The Scot is showing disappointing results after finishing eighth at The Open in July, failing to get his PGA Tour card in the Korn Ferry Tour final and missing out on five of his last eight starts worldwide.
McIntyre has taken a two-week break since finishing 53rd at the Estrella Damm N.A Andalucia Masters, and 61st in the world is now ready to return to the last three events of the Race to Dubai 2021 season.
“I have goals that I have set and there are little things that I try to work on in my team,” he said. “It’s almost a week this week, you’ll probably see it on TV if I play well.”
“I want to be more aggressive in certain ways, and I think it came into my golf because of some of the tournaments I played last year where you had to be almost more defensive than attacking.”
Let us remind you that McIntyre finished second in the Betfred British Masters 2019. Two weeks later, he finished second in the Made in Denmark tournament, behind Bernd Wiesberger On October 14, McIntyre became the leading Scottish in the official world golf rankings for the first time, finishing fourth at the Italian Open.