The World Number 13 has become a model of consistency in recent years and has missed just a single European Tour cut since his last appearance in Crans Montana two years ago.
His first three appearance in the Omega European Masters all yielded top 20 finishes, with his best result a fifth place finish in 2014. The 2018 Ryder Cup star is looking forward to recapturing his early form in this event as he aims to be crowned European Number One for the second time.
The 28 year old is currently in fourth position in the Race to Dubai rankings presented by Rolex, thanks to six top 20 finishes – including second place at The Open, his second Major runner-up finish in the last two seasons – and believes that he has a realistic chance of replicating his 2017 banner year.
Fleetwood is part of a stellar field teeing it up in the 80th edition of the Omega European Masters, with World Number Two Rory McIlroy and his fellow Major winners Sergio Garcia, Danny Willett and 2020 Ryder Cup Captain Padraig Harrington joining two-time tournament winner and defending champion Matt Fitzpatrick at the stunning Swiss venue.