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LONDON: World number four Louis Oosthuizen’s swing leaves commentators and fans purring with delight and after racking up his sixth European Tour win on Sunday the only thing on the South African’s mind is winning more majors.
Oosthuizen ran away with the 2010 British Open to claim his first major title by seven shots and while the 30-year-old has yet to win in the United States, he is eyeing another big trophy in 2013.
“It’s all going to come down to the majors. If I can try and get a major this year - one, or two even - then the difference will be the majors, because it’s got the big points,” Oosthuizen said after his one-shot Volvo Golf Champions victory.
Oosthuizen moved up to a career-high fourth in the rankings and immediately targeted a further rise.
“Even if I or Tiger or Luke play really well, Rory is still playing well. It will be tough to catch him,” he said.
“Top spot is a tough one. I think Rory is far ahead, so if I can somehow get myself to number two then I can work on trying to get to number one.”