A PGA Tour player desires to be associated with Tiger Woods.

Dean Burmester only recently qualified for the PGA Tour at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals last month, but he already has the lofty goal of somewhat imitating his idol Tiger Woods.

I'm basically like everyone else my age and younger," he remarked. I want to come out here and try to join Tiger on some of the trophies that he has won

in incredible historical PGA Tour events that everyone has grown up watching. It is relatively easy.

Burmester has won 10 professional tournaments in his career to date, including two on the DP World Tour, the most recent of which being the Tenerife Open in 2021.

I'm going to support the Tour, he declared. They've been so kind to me, so I'll do my best to plan my schedule for next year.

But that doesn't mean the South African is abandoning the DP World Tour, which helped him become famous; in fact, 

he's thinking about competing in one of its tournaments next month.I might attend the Nedbank Golf Challenge back at home in South Africa, he admitted.

The PGA Tour and DP World Tour's expanded strategic partnership, according to the 33-year-old, provides the ideal setting for him to have an impact.

He'll be optimistic that he won't have to wait long to get his first PGA Tour title and the opportunity 

to join the 82-time winner after securing a strong start to the 2022–2023 season.