Tommy Fleetwood using Portugal Masters to prepare for US Open

Tommy Fleetwood makes his first appearance since January at a regular European Tour event


"I think what I will lose maybe being at the US Open a day late, I will have gained for having that competitive feel to it"

Fleetwood followed a fourth-place finish at the US Open in 2017 by claiming a runner-up finish behind Brooks Koepka a year later, only to end 65th in last year's event after taking three weeks off before heading to Pebble Beach.

The Englishman played five consecutive events on the PGA Tour before his season ended at the Northern Trust, the opening event of the FedExCup play-offs, with Fleetwood now looking to get some more tournament practice ahead of his trip to Winged Foot.

"The first reason I looked at Portugal was because last year I had three weeks off before the US Open at Pebble Beach and I came off and said, 'I won't do that again'," Fleetwood said. เล่นบาคาร่าเว็บไหนดี

"I didn't really play that great in America so I was cut short in the FedEx (Cup).The Portugal Masters was an ideal opportunity to get some competitive golf in and come back on the European Tour, which I haven't been to for a while.

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