Donald and Fowler set for Malaysia
A star-studded field that includes Luke Donald and Rickie Fowler is set to tee it up in the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic.
A star-studded field that includes Ryder Cup stars Luke Donald and Rickie Fowler has been confirmed for the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic in Malaysia at the end of the month.
The tournament at the Mines Resort and Golf Club from October 28-31 will boast Ryder Cup players Luke Donald, Rickie Fowler and Jeff Overton as well as world stars Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, K.J. Choi, Robert Allenby, Adam Scott and Tim Clark.
In addition, organisers CIMB have also announced that it has offered one of its sponsors’ exemptions to South Korean YE Yang.
“These are some of the best players in the world. We look forward to the showcase in store at the end of the month,” said Effendy Shahul Hamid, Head, Group Corporate Communications of the CIMB Group.
“We had also offered a sponsors exemption to YE Yang and are happy to say he has accepted our invitation.
“Having the only Asian winner of a Major compete here at the end of the month certainly lends additional relevance to the region as a whole,” he added.
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