The Singapore Open is returning to the PGA Tour for the first time in three years with as big a splash as possible – Jordan Spieth.
It will Spieth’s first time playing in Singapore, in a field that features three-time tournament champion Adam Scott, along with Angel Cabrera and Ian Poulter.
Played at the Sentosa Golf Club, the tournament begins on January 28. It began in 1961, and became part of the Asian Tour in 1995. It was co-sanctioned by the European Tour from 2009-2012 but has not been played since then due to a lack of sponsorship.