Kiradech aims for fast PGA Tour start

Kiradech aims for fast PGA Tour start

Kiradech aims for fast PGA Tour start

In this question and answer (Q&A), he talks about that win, his overall performance in his 2017-2018 PGA TOUR season and also about fatherhood, after he and wife Ashley welcomed their daughter, Piper, last month. The world No. 4 picked up his first PGA Tour victory at this event in 2015 and then successfully defended his title in 2016, spurring his five-win 2016-17 season that included his first major, the FedEx Cup title and player of the year honors.

Perez picked up more than half - 56 percent - of his FedEx Cup points from the three tournaments in Asia past year which also included stops in South Korea and Shanghai.

"It's like a dream come true". I've played the Malaysia Open many times.

Lahiri said he was extremely eager to play this week and that was not only because of his record at the TPC Kuala Lumpur, where he shot a 62 to win the Malaysian Open and a 64 in the CIMB Classic.

Perez: As golfers, sometimes you just like a golf course the minute you set eyes on it. TPC KL is one of those golf courses where I feel comfortable standing on the tee boxes and seeing what's in front of me.

"When I was a kid, my goal was to be a part of the PGA Tour".

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"It is such a pleasure to be back in Malaysia again. My career started here and it's nice to be back home again", said Kiradech.

"The golf course is in good shape". "I could have made some more - I didn't putt as well as I did past year obviously".

The field is 78 players comprising Top-60 available from 2017-18 FedExCup going to a floor of 125th position plus Top-10 available from Asian Tour's Order of Merit list as on October 8 2018 plus eight sponsor spots. "I think I've got enough experience to playing against the world-class players to do so". This year, Casey has played in 20 events and he has one win with six top-10 finishes. This is not a course or a tournament where you're going to find much success playing any stretch of nine holes in 1 over. Obviously all three events are big PGA Tour events.

Other stars competing in the event include 2014 FedExCup Champion Billy Horschel, Europe's Ryder Cup star Paul Casey, double CIMB Classic victor Ryan Moore and Brandt Snedeker, who together with Moore finished runner-up at the Safeway Open after losing to Tway in a playoff on Sunday.

Meanwhile, in South Korea, Lydia Ko has made a tidy start to the KEB Hana Bank Championship, sitting in a tie for 10th at two-under.

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