Adam Scott doubts anything will ever top his Masters win in 2013 but he's desperate to find out.
The 2013 champion comes into Augusta National with form on the board and with renewed expectations of creating a hall-of-fame run over the next five years.
When the Queenslander prevailed in a playoff over Angel Cabrera to break Australia's drought at the Masters it dawned as the beginning of what could be a period of dominance.
But while Scott did find his way to world No.1 the following year, he has failed to add another major championship, despite numerous chances.
He remains one of 132 players who have just one major championship to their name but is determined to join the 82 players who have won multiple majors. Peter Thomson leads the way for Australia in that category with five and Greg Norman and David Graham have two.
Scott's star was fading at the beginning of 2016 as he embarked on a 21-month win drought while the likes of Jordan Spieth and Jason Day were notching up victory after victory.
But he then won the Honda Classic and World Golf Championships Cadillac Championship in successive weeks to catapult himself back into the world's top six.
"It's hard for me to think that anything I achieve will be bigger than that moment in my career, but that doesn't mean I'm not striving to win other Masters Tournaments or any other big championship," Scott said of his 2013 win.
"But I don't want it to be the one major that I win. I feel I've got the game to win other majors, and I'm looking to win my second major championship this week, and I'm driven towards doing that because I want to win a handful of majors in my career."
With the trend in world golf leaning towards younger and younger champions with 20-somethings Day, Spieth and Rory McIlroy winning five of the last six majors, Scott is aware of the time frame to achieve his goals.
"I need to get my skates on because it's getting tougher and tougher every year. But I'm in good shape," he said.
"My window might not be closing, but it's not wide open, either." While more than content with his two recent wins Scott knows a few weeks is an eternity in golf.
"I've just tried to pace myself and really temper my expectations a little bit or lower them coming here, because it's been a long time since Doral when I last won," he said.
"I can't just expect to show up and fall into contention here this week. It's a major championship. It's a different examination altogether and it will require complete focus to get there on Sunday.