New Zealander Ryan Fox is heading to the Singapore Classic hoping to build on his bumper 2022 season.
This will be Fox’s first time in Singapore as a professional, having previously played there as an amateur, and will be the DP World Tour’s first return to the country since 2014.
The Singapore Classic is a brand new tournament on the DP World Tour, added for the 2023 season. However, it will be played at Laguna National Golf Resort Club, which is the same venue as the Singapore Masters.
Fox won twice on the DP World Tour last year and finished in a career-high second on the Tour Rankings. On top of his two wins, he finished second four times and grabbed four top 10s.
He also moved up to a career-high 23rd on the Official World Golf Rankings.
“I’m really looking forward to returning to Singapore to play this year’s Singapore Classic,” said Fox.
“One of the great things about the DP World Tour is the opportunity we get to travel the world and compete in so many different places, so to tick off a new country and a new venue is very exciting.
“After last year’s success, I’m really keen to kick on and see what the coming year brings.
“I feel really good about my game and hopefully I can give my best showing for the fans in Singapore.
“I know there’s a big expat community of New Zealanders in Singapore, and it would be great to see them at Laguna National.”