A weekly update of what's happening on tours around the world with Asian Golf Monthly's Spencer Robinson.
Tiger Woods is back at the top of the Official World Golf Ranking and the US PGA Tour has been the focus of the golfing world's attention for much of 2013.
But this week it's Europe's turn to take centre stage. Firmly established as the European Tour's flagship event, the latest edition of the BMW PGA Championship promises to be a celebration for the home continent.
At the venerable Wentworth Golf Club on the outskirts of London, Europe's triumphant Ryder Cup team will be re-united on European soil for the first time since last year's 'Miracle at Medinah'.
However, as Asian Golf Monthly Managing Editor Spencer Robinson reports in the latest edition of Spencer on Tour, several of the heroes from that astonishing success are enduring a somewhat trying period.
While victory for any one of Jose Maria Olazabal's magnificent 12 would not be a surprise, there are plenty of non-Ryder Cup players with genuine hopes of winning at Wentworth, including Thai Thongchai Jaidee, runner-up to Graeme McDowell at last week's Volvo World Match Play Championship.