Last month, over the venerable links of Royal Lytham, host venue to July's Open, the 21-year-old Dutchman romped to an 11-shot win in the Lytham Trophy. At the weekend, over the New and Old courses in the home of golf, Huizing again ran riot and charged to an astonishing 14-stroke victory in the St Andrews Links Trophy with a 23-under aggregate of 264, a record low for Europe's premier strokeplay contest.
Next up on his hit list is Royal Troon. The Utrecht youngster will head for Ayrshire this weekend to prepare for the Amateur Championship and the rest of the field have already been warned.
"I haven't really thought about the margins of those wins," said Huizing, who began to play the game seriously at the age of 13. "Really this was just a warm-up for my real target, which is the Amateur at Troon."
Huizing won six titles last year including the Dutch Strokeplay and both the German and Argentinian Open Amateur crowns. He honed his links golf skills during a trip to Scotland with the Dutch Federation last year and that learning process has certainly brought its rewards so far this season. There is another reason why the economics student is gaining top marks too.
"There's no golf connection to my degree and, in fact, I find that going back to study is a good release," he added. "No one likes studying, including me, but it takes your mind off golf for a bit."
Huizing's recent demolition jobs have certainly caught the eye. Glenbervie's Graeme Robertson, who finished third in the Links Trophy, was grouped with the Dutchman in the opening two rounds at St Andrews.
"The big thing I took from him was his focus. He won't let anything get in the way of his concentration, especially on the greens," said Robertson, who will be a European team-mate of Huizing in the forthcoming Palmer Cup match against the USA. "I think I'll prefer having him on my side," he added.
Back in 1990, Rolf Muntz became the first golfer from the Netherlands to win the Amateur Championship at Muirfield before Reinier Saxton emulated that feat at Turnberry in 2008.
Don't bet against Huizing creating more Dutch delight on Scottish soil next week.