Senden comes into the year’s final Major with one thing on his mind, winning.
“The Major Championship win is something that I have always had as a top goal, any of them would be great,” said Senden ahead of teeing off today.
“But winning the PGA Championship would be fantastic, it’s got the biggest trophy,” he adds with a smile.
“For me winning two PGA TOUR events I feel proud of that and winning the Australian Open. But I don’t think you really get noticed until you win a Major.”
At 43 years of age, Senden believes he is having one of his best seasons on the PGA TOUR which was given a boost by his win at the Valspar Championship in March.
“To win again on the PGA TOUR was fantastic; it gave me a lot of confidence leading into the Major Championships this year,” added Senden who isn’t resting on his laurels.
“I believe that I have to stay focused on my game because it is very competitive, the guys are so good and hit it so far, I’m just trying to keep up with them being 43.”
“It’s about doing what you do well and going out there and doing your best. I think it’s a chance for me to prove that I can have the best year of my life out here.”
The PGA Championship will tee off tomorrow night at 9.30pm AEST.