East Kilbride golfers Marc Warren and Scott Jamieson are in Dubai this week for the World Tour Finals and both have their eyes on the title.
Its a tall order for the players ranked 55th and 59th respectively, and for Warren especially as this is his debut at the event.
With a cash-pot of £5million and the likes of world number one Rory McIllroy and in-form stars Peter Hanson and Ian Poulter in the field the showpiece will welcome Jamieson for a second time after the East Mains star finished just inside the top 60 bracket for qualification.
Warren had the better build-up of the two players finishing tied for 17th at the South Africa Open over the weekend, while Jamieson chose to play the Hong Kong Open and failed to make the cut.
The honorary East Kilbride Golf Club member, who qualified for the US Open earlier in the year, believes playing at the Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate course could work to his advantage.
He told the News: I came off the back of South Africa very excited about my debut at this event.
The course in Dubai is very similar to the one in South Africa. The greens are really big so the scoring will be pretty low and if I can have some solid rounds like in South Africa I think I can be in the mix come Sunday afternoon.
A massive thing for me is that I have been driving really well and in the last couple of rounds I holed a few birdies and managed a couple of eagles as well so Im looking forward to the event.
The way my season has gone it would be great to finish off a good year with a positive result.
In Dubai last year, Jamieson, a Cathkin Braes Golf Club member, finished 54th.
He told the News: I know the golf course a bit better this time and what to expect, but at the end of the day you have to play well to make an impact.
I didnt do that last year and I was disappointed with how I played, so I want to change that this time around.
The aim is to try to win it its as simple as that. Theres no point being here if I dont believe I can.
Its a strong field, but not a lot different from the other events on the Tour, so I know I can challenge these guys. I want to finish as high as possible.
I qualified in the same position as I did last year, 59th, so its important for me to show an improvement and some kind of progression each season.
I hope to finish higher than last season at the very least.
The World Tour will be played from November 22-25.