Danny Willett, who is the Masters champion, is outside the top ten ranks for the World golf players.
He admits that this has happened at the end of season games he played were not the best performances he has put in. Also, the timing of these games was partly responsible for him being in poor form. Being 29 years of age, Willett has been in the top ten rankings since last April. He even won the green jacket of the Augusta National Association. Willet was, however, frustrated when last Sunday he finished in the 68th position. It was the Turkish Airlines Open event that was held in Belek.
He had even joked about the challenges of the game on Twitter to his fans. When he went to participate in the Race to Dubai he had been in the second position. He was needed to finish fifth or even higher if he wanted to recover the first position in the rankings.
This has been his position since the last Major Championship that he won. He was annoyed when he posted last round at the 75th position in Turkey. He then decided to withdraw from appearing at the Nedbank Challenge that is scheduled to be held in Sun City of South Africa. He is also skeptical of playing in the European Tour Final Series.
He stated that his poor form was frustrating him and as things were not working out his way he was not feeling ready to take on new challenges. He finished in the second position in September at the Italian Open. He missed out the cut required to make it to Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. As a consequence, he lost his number one ranking to Henrik Stenson. Willet needs to increase his scores in Shanghai in order to have a chance to win at the Masters.