The destination may have changed for Colin Montgomerie but the target remains the same as he goes in search of the victory at the Indonesia Open which should gain him a place at next month's US Masters.
The Scot arrived in Jakarta after a sixth-place finish at the TCL China Classic prevented him from rejoining the world's top 50, which would in turn have sent him to Florida for this week's Players Championship.
Lying 54th in the world rankings, this is the last chance for the seven-time European Order of Merit winner to qualify for Augusta - where he has played every year since 1992 - as the cut-off to reach the top 50 falls on Sunday evening.
"If I win here, I know that I'll qualify so that's the main goal, to try to focus here and try to win," said the 41-year-old.
"Then everything else will take care of itself. So there is no worry about the Masters.
"A win anywhere in the world is good, but winning the first ever European Tour event in Jakarta would be great."
A second place may be enough to get back into the top 50, although it depends entirely on
results at the Players Championship at Sawgrass.
Montgomerie, however, looked in good form in China and only a back nine short on birdies prevented him challenging for the title, won by Ryder Cup teammate Paul Casey.
"I am pleased with my form. I
used to be very consistent in the late 90s and this is the most consistent form I've had since then," he added.
"My last few events, including two in America have been in the top ten. That's good for me and that's where I used to play and perform."
Montgomerie may well find his nearest challenger in this cosanctioned event between the European and Asian Tours is Ryder Cup team-mate Paul McGinley, who lost a play-off to Casey last week.
Only two Midlanders are competing in Jakarta and both have early starts. Robert Rock tees off from the tenth at 6.40am local time, while Sam Walker is in the next group out ten minutes later.