Ian Poulter is determined to impress at the Ballantine's Championship in South Korea after he failed to make the cut last year.
The Englishman, who will tee off at the Blackstone Golf Club near Seoul alongside Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee, was disappointed to just fall short at the event 12 months ago.
However, Poulter is confident he can show the Korean public a much better side to his game this time around as he pointed to fellow compatriot Lee Westwood, who scraped through the cut and then went on to lift the title in 2011.
"I was pushing right to the end and made an eagle at the last, unfortunately to miss the cut by a shot," he said.
"(Lee) Westwood, who made the cut on the mark, went on to win the tournament. That's how close it could have been.
"So this year, I would like to turn that around. I would like to take the good form on to the golf course and be able to have a chance to win this golf tournament."