People intellectual British golfer Tyrell Hatton aims to win the top spot in The Masters 2020 tournament to end a glorious year after having previously won two prestigious championships this year.

Tyrrell Hatton is preparing carefully for The Masters 2020 tournament to end a successful year. The British golfer won the Arnold Palmer Invitational championship in March 2020 and went on to his glory at the BMW PGA Championship in early October.

The prestigious championships have helped Hatton reach the top 10 best golfers in the world in just 8 months.

Tyrell Hatton won the Arnold Palmer Invitational championship in March 2020

Hatton went on to win the title at the BMW PGA Championship in October 2020. Not stopping that, Hatton did not hide his ambition to win the championship at The Masters 2020, which will gather 96 of the best golfers in the world to attend.

There is a special thing that Hatton has never won good rankings in The Masters when all three times he attended are in modest positions. The first time he failed to qualify, the second came in 44th and the third was only 56.

Tyrell Hatton set a high determination in The Masters 2020 tournament

Instead of taking a week off before The Masters 2020, Hatton is still attending the Houston Open this past week with the goal of seeing it as the best preparation step for next week against some of the world’s most powerful golfers.

Previously,  Tyrell Hatton won the BMW PGA Championship

Previously, Tyrell Hatton won the BMW PGA Championship

No surprise came when golfer Tyrell Hatton took advantage of the lead in the previous three rounds to win the final round and win the BMW PGA Championship golf tournament.

Tyrell Hatton, the four-time European Tour golfer, got his fifth title when he won the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth yesterday.  Since winning this prestigious title in 1997, Tyrell Hatton has kept his opponents in awe with incredible form and saw him run past the finish line in the final round. Sheet Dailymail comment, not surprisingly, with the victory of Tyrell Hatton.

Winning the BMW PGA Championship has been Hatton’s third win in the past 12 months and he knows what events he needs to win. It was the victory at the Turkish Airlines Open in November last year, the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March last year and the victory earned Hatton about £ 4 million in prize money. Hatton’s high form made it into the top 10 for the first time.