Tyrrell Hatton is set to achieve two "career goals" at Wentworth as his BMW PGA Championship victory is likely to take him into the world's top 10 for the first time.
Hatton's impressive four-shot win could lift him from 15th to inside the top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking, which would make him the 10th English professional to achieve that.
A closing 67 swept Hatton, who turns 29 on Wednesday, to his third Rolex Series title in a tournament he first attended as a five-year-old, a victory he described afterwards as "a dream come true for me".
"This is just such a massive event, and to kind of get over the line and win here is such a special feeling," said Hatton, who spent most of the day jostling for the lead with Victor Perez, whose challenge faded with several mistakes down the stretch.
"It was definitely a goal in my career to win here. I'm very thankful that I managed to get the job done. And it was another career goal for me to break inside the top 10 in the world rankings. So to win here and achieve that in the same week is very special.
"And, of course, I'm looking forward to the Masters. I'll take confidence from this win in the remainder of the season."
Hatton was well placed to win at Wentworth in 2016 after a third-round 66 propelled him into contention before he stumbled to a closing 75 and finished four shots behind champion Chris Wood, and he learned from his disappointment this week. แทงบอลออนไลน์
"I think in previous years, I just got in my own way," he added. "I said earlier this week that in 2016, I said to my caddie on the last hole, if we shot two under that day, we'd have won the tournament. If you had said to me going out on the first few holes, shoot two under and you're going to win, I wouldn't believe it.