Masters champion Sergio Garcia will make his final appearance of 2017 at the UBS Hong Kong Open this week.
The European Tour event tees off at the Hong Kong Golf Club on Thursday, where Garcia will cap off an eventful season.
The Spaniard finally notched up his maiden major title at Augusta and has two other victories and three top tens for a fruitful year on tour. Life has been busy off the course as well, marrying to long-time girlfriend Angela Hamann and the couple are now expecting their first child.
— Sergio Garcia (@TheSergioGarcia) November 20, 2017
"There's always things that you want to achieve and I think that 2017 has been a crazy year on and off the golf course, which is great," the 37-year-old told Sky Sports.
"Getting married and then obviously having a baby coming and with the three victories and winning the Masters, but you start a new year and you kind of reset. You want to keep improving.
"You don't want to get comfortable with what you've done. You want to make sure that you keep moving forward and keep putting yourself in position to win more tournaments and all those things.
"We have to get on it again. We have two tournaments left this actual year and hopefully we can finish and start the year in the same way that we did last season."
Also part of a star-studded field in Hong Kong is 2017 Race to Dubai winner Tommy Fleetwood, world number six Justin Rose and four-time winner Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Phil Mickelson and his business partner, Steve Loy, have announced a deal to open 30 Reis & Irvy’s stores in San Diego.
This summer, St Mellion’s Nicklaus Signature Course celebrates 30 years of golf by rolling back prices to 1988, the year in which it opened.
Team GB golfer Warren Clarke is the only British athlete to have been chosen as an Ambassador for next year’s Special Olympic World Games.