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Ernie Else is turning his attention to next month’s Presidents Cup after failing to make it into the FedEx Cup playoffs.

The South African has not enjoyed his best year on the PGA Tour, which culminated in his withdrawal midway through last week’s Wyndham Championship due to a rib problem.

The four-time major winner insists he is not one to dwell on the past and he is already looking towards his next tournament, which will be next month’s KLM Open on the European Tour.

“Obviously I haven’t played my best stuff this season, but it’s my nature to always look forwards, never back. Let’s see if we can get something going in the latter part of this year,” Els wrote in his weekly newsletter.

Els will also assist International Team captain Nick Price at next month’s Presidents Cup in New Jersey, a tournament he knows well as he has competed in the event eight times as a player.

The 47-year-old admits it will be a new experience working as an assistant, but it is a role he is relishing taking up.

“As one of Nick Price’s captain’s assistants, I’m looking forward to that (The Presidents Cup),” he added.

“It’s going to be a new experience not playing, but I’m excited about this new role, embracing that whole team vibe and all of us pulling together to try to win this thing for the first time in a while. It’s always a special week.”

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