Masters champion Adam Scott wants to win the other three majors and has lured caddie Steve Williams out of retirement to help him.
Australia's only Masters winner will have the man that helped him into the green jacket in 2013 on his bag at Brisbane's Australian PGA Championship from Thursday.
New Zealander Williams caddied for 13 of Tiger Woods' 15 major titles before linking up with Scott between 2011 and 2017.
He will share duties with regular caddie Greg Hearmon next year as Scott spends more time in the United States after an encouraging 2022 campaign based out of his new Switzerland home.
"We're kind of seeing if we've got some magic in us these couple of weeks and I'm sure it'll be good anyway, but it's a good time," Scott said on Tuesday of the pair's reunion.
"It's been an interesting couple years ... frustrating for me.
"Things haven't gone exactly my way and when that's not happening at a competitive level, that's frustrating.
"This year I've certainly made some good moves in turning it around and I'm feeling good about where my own game's going.
"So I'm generally reinvigorated to kind of finish off what I set out to do in my career."
Scott has not won this year but has three top-10 finishes in his past five starts, alongside top-15 finishes at the US Open and the British Open.
The world No.34 produced clutch golf to qualify for the season-ending FedEx Cup tournament and, at 42, is not ready to sit back and watch fellow countryman Cameron Smith from the couch just yet.
"I've wanted to win all the majors," Scott said of his goals.
"That sounds like a lot, but really, it's three more events. It's just got to be the right week.
"I have all the tools. I'm still very healthy. I'm still moving the golf ball well, and I have a lot of experience.
"I'm just trying to put it all together."