Paul Casey has said that he is targeting success at The Open this week.
The Englishman has struggled for form and dropped out of the top 100. He has since risen to 24 in the world.
"I'm not here just to make up the numbers," Casey told The Mirror. "I've no reasons not to perform well.
"Having had highs and lows, the lows have certainly given me a better understanding of my golf game. So when I work on it now, I'm very disciplined and I know what I'm working on.
"I think I've just got a great balance of enjoying myself on the course and enjoying [myself] off it right now. I think it has been key. I have something more to play for right now. There's a college fund I have got to pay!"
Casey finished tied third when The Open was last in St Andrews in 2010.