This week, the DP World Tour was in Rome for the Italian Open, which was being played at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club.
The venue is set to host the Ryder Cup beginning in late September. The tournament this week allowed potential Ryder Cup players to get an early feel for the course while also giving captain Donald a chance to scout out potential picks.
And if Meronk wasn't already on his radar, he certainly is after this week.
The 29-year-old shot a final-round 2-under par 69 to win the Italian Open by one stroke over France's Romain Langasque for his third DP World Tour title.
Julien Guerrier, who's also from France, and Sweden's Alexander Bjork finished third and fourth, respectively, for an all-European top four.
Meronk's win on Sunday has just added to an already impressive resume over the past year.
Just a few months ago in February, Meronk became the first Polish player to make a PGA Tour cut in the United States when he made the weekend at the Genesis Invitational.
And when he earned his maiden DP World Tour victory at the Horizon Irish Open last year in July, he became the first Polish player to win a DP World Tour event.
He then quickly followed it up with another win, this time at the ISPS Handa Australian Open, in late 2022. It was one of the first events of the current DP World Tour season.
This week at Marco Simone he recorded rounds of 68, 68, 66, and 69 for a tournament score of 13-under par.