Having made his debut in one of the major events of the PGA Tour calendar, The Open Championships, British golfer Tom Lewis is looking to cement his spot in the professional world of the PGA by putting together a string of results that will help him make a name for himself in the PGA Tour circuit as well.

The 21 year old from Hertfordshire in England became a household name after he managed to beat off stiff competition to be crowned the winner at the Portugal Masters, one of the most prestigious prizes in the European Tour circuit, which earned him the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award, a prize that was won by former world number one golfers like Martin Kaymer, Colin Montgomery, Vijay Singh and others.

Tom Lewis is a big fan of the new world number one Rory McIlroy and the man he replaced to become the world number one Luke Donald and according to the 21 year old English boy wonder, he regularly keeps in touch with McIlroy, who is more or less his age and get together to gather some advice and knowhow about the golfing world from him.

Lewis also stated that he cannot wait to make his debut in the other three Majors of the golfing world and having finished with a T30 in 2011 at The Open Championships, he is confident that with a little more experience, he can do a lot better at the Major tournaments.

And in other to gather more and more experience, Tom Lewis intends to play in as many tournaments as he can throughout the year; be it invitational or Championship and he has already made Rory McIlroy’s crown a priority which he looks to achieve within a span of two years’ time at the most.