TOP SPOT: Daniel Nisbet will continue his search for the Order of Merit Crown of 2018.
Daniel Nisbet leaves no stone unturned in his quest to close the Order of Merit of the ISPS Handa Australasian PGA Tour for 2018. The Queenslander is well aware of what the winning of the title will mean and where it could bring him next year and thereafter
"It is the worst secret in the world that I am trying to win", Nisbet
"There are many advantages in winning the title and it will open up many opportunities for the Asian and European tour next year and beyond."
At the moment he led the 2018 earings race with about $ 218,000 in the bank thanks to his victories in the PGA of New Zealand Open and Northern Territory. Nisbet made the decision to abandon the Asian Tour in the past few months to focus its efforts on the Aussie money list title.
"Darwin (NT PGA) was probably the first tournament where I start an Asian tour, and I succeeded."
Compete for the title this year is not comparable with the place where the 28-year-old was on the eve of the NSW Open last year. Struggling to keep his card, Nisbet had even gone so far as to have printed dates for the qualifying school of the tour in his diary at the end of the year.
"It is where it started for me.
"I took a little shape when I joined the NSW Open last year.
"I've worn that for the rest of the summer and this year," he added.
Nisbet returns to Twin Creeks this week, ready to continue his impressive form. He likes the course and is determined to do it well. The key to a good result for the week, he said, is based on a solid preparation and the strength of the team around him.
"The course suits my eye, there are a few short holes that I can use, a few holes that require accurate long irons from the tee.
"I am determined to get the best out of what this year has to offer, and the preparation that we do every week leads to me playing at my best.
"Good golf arranges everything, there is no better decision than good golfing," Nisbet smiled.