Richie Ramsay prepares for the Alfred Dunhill Links championship in St. Andrews
Richie Ramsay has "no doubt" that he can qualify for the season-dependent World Tour Championship.
The 36-year-old Scot is ranked 60th in the European Tour & # 39; s Race to Dubai before this week's Alfred Dunhill Links championship in Fife.
Only the top 50 will secure their place at the £ 6.5 million event in November.
"You have to be pretty aggressive with the flags this week because the score can be pretty low," Ramsay told BBC Scotland.
"I have no doubt that I can reach the top 50 if I perform to my ability."
After a frustrating start to the year, Ramsay was able to take shape at the right time while he prepares to play about St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns.
He boosted his chances by tying sixth at last week's PGA championship in Wentworth – his second best finish from the sea son, who had been fifth at the British Masters in May.
The Aberdonian, who won three times on the European Tour, suggested that success sometimes comes from the & # 39; realizing what you want to do & # 39; and & # 39; matching your attitude & # 39;
"I realized that over the years, the guys who win tournaments don't shoot one or two under par – they're normally five, six or seven under par," he added.
"That's what you have to do and it would be great if you could do it this week, since there is probably no better place to win golf from the 18th in St. Andrews. "