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SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Sergio Garcia finally fulfilled his incredible promise when he captured a first major at last year’s U.S. Masters and the Spanish Ryder Cup veteran is hoping for another big season as he kicks off his 2018 campaign at a familiar venue.
The 38-year-old started last season at the Singapore Open and Garcia, who tied for 11th in 2017, is hoping he can use the event again as launch pad to add more majors and tournament victories to his ever-expanding list of honours.
“Winning is nice and it doesn’t matter which time of year it comes. To do it early is great for confidence and I played well here last year, then went on to Dubai and managed to win there,” Garcia told reporters at the Sentosa Golf Club on Wednesday.
“It was a good kick-start point so it would be nice to play well, if we win here it will be amazing but even if we don‘t, we can still take a lot of positives out of it,” he added. “The first week is always interesting to test yourself as you haven’t played a tournament for a couple of months, everything is fresh and hopefully we can build from that.”
Following his Dubai Desert Classic win in February, Garcia backed up his Augusta victory with a second Andalucia Masters triumph in October and as he embarks on a campaign that will likely see a ninth Ryder Cup appearance, the Spaniard is looking forward to another “big” year.
UPCOMING Zimbabwean professional golfer Sean Crocker will fly the country’s flag when he takes to the field in the $1 million, 2018 SMBC Singapore Open at the Serapong Course, Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore tomorrow. The United States-based player returns to the field after turning professional recently and will try his luck in the Asian Tour. The 20-year-old rising star will have an opportunity to test himself against some of the finest professional golfers on the Asian Tour with the field boasting top professionals like Asian Tour number one Gavin Green as well as world number 16 Pat Perez.
Crocker will tee off at 13.40pm together with Konosuke Nakazato of Japan and Philippines’ Quincy Quek. Crocker, a three-time All-American and 2015 US Amateur Championship semi-finalist, left the University of Southern California in his junior year to focus on his game full-time. SMBC Singapore Open returned on the schedule after they secured a three-year title sponsorship deal with the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC).