He's widely known as the best current golfer without a major to his name but Englishman Lee Westwood hopes he can shed that tag by the time his career is up.
Westwood has endured a series of near-misses at the majors.
The former world No.1 has finished second on two occasions at The Masters, second at the 2010 British Open, third and tied for third at the US Open, and equal third at the 2009 PGA Championship.
The 44-year-old also has a series of other top-10 major finishes to his name.
Westwood's world ranking has slipped to 73rd in the world and it seems highly unlikely he will regain the No.1 ranking he held for 22 weeks in 2010-11.
But his equal second at the 2016 Masters has given him hope his days of contending for a major title aren't behind him.
Sergio Garcia used to be known as the best golfer without a title to his name but he passed that on to Westwood after winning the 2017 Masters.
"I still feel fit and strong. I still hit it far enough to contend in tournaments," Westwood said.
"So there's no reason why (I can't win a major).
"I finished second two Masters ago. So I still feel like I've got a chance.
"I could be sitting here with three or four majors, and I'm sitting here without any."
Westwood will be the headline act at the World Super 6 golf tournament in Perth, which tees off at Lake Karrinyup on Thursday.
The World Super 6 features three rounds of traditional stroke play before the top 24 players battle it out in a knockout match play format for the final round.
During that final round, players will go head-to-head in a series of six-hole shootouts.
The loser is eliminated, while the winner progresses to the next round.
If scores are tied after a shootout, the two players will battle it out on a purpose-built, 90m play-off hole.
Rumford won the inaugural event last year and Westwood is looking forward to giving it his best crack.
"I think it's a format where you've got to adopt a more aggressive approach," Westwood said.
"There's no good edging your way in. You've got to try to come out as fast you can. You may as well be aggressive and go for everything."