Billy Horschel is one PGA Tour player who is unflinching in delivering his thoughts and opinions, particularly when it comes to LIV Golf.
But Horschel just might turn heads with the latest remarks he has made in Mexico ahead of the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba.
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Horschel - who was involved in this interesting moment with Ian Poulter at Wentworth during the BMW PGA Championship on the DP World Tour - has revealed he wants to become the best player in the world.
Or, at the very least, that's certainly one of his goals. Rory McIlroy is now the World No.1, but Scottie Scheffler can dethrone the Northern Irishman again with a victory this weekend.
In fairness to American Horschel, who finally got to represent the U.S. in a team event at the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow, he has a bigger goal.
To be the best player he can be.
Asked about what he would like to accomplish before he calls it a day, Horschel, 35, told the media:
"I'm pretty much an open book as you guys know. Yeah, I would love to get the No. 1 player in the world. I mean, that's a goal of mine, but the bigger goal being I want to become the best player I can be.
"If that means I get the No. 1 player in the world, I get to No. 1. If that means the best I get to is four, that's four, but I just wanted to achieve, you know, my full potential. I want to make a Ryder Cup team.
"I've made a team finally, but to sit here and tell you the truth, I want to make a Ryder Cup team. That's always my No. 1 goal. So I still have a few more years to try and make one and hopefully be a part of more than just one."
"To tell you the truth, I mean, I want to win all the majors. That's always been a goal of mine. Now, is that realistic? I don't know, but it's a goal. And some people may call me crazy because they may not think I'm good enough, but I don't really care what they think, but it's a goal of mine.
"But the bigger goal is I want at least one if not multiple majors on the PGA Tour before I'm done just so I can say I'm a major championship -- major champion winner, I've won at the biggest stage in the most pressure-packed tournaments."
Full marks for confidence.
Horschel is not the betting favourite this week. Also in the field are Collin Morikawa and Tony Finau alongside the defending champion Viktor Hovland.
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Hovland will be attempting to become the first player since Steve Stricker in 2011 to win the same PGA Tour event three times in a row.
Per Justin Ray, there have only been eight three-peats in the last 40 years on the PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods has done it six times and so has Stuart Appleby.
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