Make a list of top players this European Tour season without a win and Ross Fisher shoots to the top of the list. At No. 8 in the Race to Dubai, he’s the second-highest in that ranking without a victory only behind fellow Englishman Justin Rose.
Fisher has piled up six top-10s this year, including two top-fives at World Golf Championships.
Like a lot of others who see the Omega European Masters as one of their favorite events to play, Fisher has taken time off to prepare. He’ll come in rested having not played since a missed cut at the PGA Championship.
Fisher doesn’t own an imacculate record here with a T5 in 2013 his best output among four made cuts in seven tries. By the same token, when has Fisher came here with the form he’s shown of late?
Ranked inside the world’s top 50, Fisher is one of the top talents here this week and should make some good money if he maintains form.