MacIntyre enjoying his golf
Scotsman Robert MacIntyre says he is very content with his current form as prepares to play on the PGA Tour in this week's Wyndham Championship.
The 25-year-old received an invite to play on the PGA Tour for the very first time and he can be backed at 46.00 to lift the trophy in North Carolina.
It follows what has been a stellar year for the Oban-born player who has launched himself into the limelight.
A maiden European Tour win came in November last year as he won the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Showdown, finishing one stroke ahead of Masahiro Kawamura.
His record in majors this year has been good, making the cut in all four and securing a tie for eighth finish at the Open - the second time he has been in the top 10.
MacIntyre has played in 12 PGA Tour events this season, all earned by world ranking rather than Tour invitation.
He won't be able to pick up enough points to compete in the FedEx play-offs later this year but another impressive showing from the left-hander could earn him a Tour card for next season.
MacIntyre happy with form
MacIntyre is also been spoken about as a potential Ryder Cup wildcard as Padraig Harrington mulls over his choices for Whistling Straits next month.
Speaking ahead of the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Golf Club, MacIntyre says he is taking everything in his stride.
"I'm enjoying my golf just now. I'm playing well and I've just got to let it happen," he said.