Tracking Ryan Moore on the PGA Tour for October. 28

  • Tracking Ryan Moore on the PGA Tour for October. 28

Tracking Ryan Moore on the PGA Tour for October. 28

Na is in red-hot form following his runner-up finishes in the first two events of the 2015-2016 US PGA Tour season - at the and the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

"The news gave me a bit of shock because I was about to go to India (for a competition)", he said after practising at the venue, Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club in Bukit Kiara, here, today. "That's probably the week that's going to decide a large extent how the rest of the Order of Merit chase runs out so hopefully I can play well", the 28-year-old said in a release. "There are a lot of great and top players here and I'm glad to be among them".

Speaking of the course, where he had a Top-10 at the Malaysian Open (won by Lahiri in February 2015), Chawrasia added, "The course is in excellent condition".

The two best rookies from last season will play together, as Berger edged out Thomas for Rookie of the Year honors after qualifying for the Tour Championship.

Exciting young talents Richard T. Lee of Canada, Paul Peterson of the United States and Cameron Smith of Australia, who finished tied fifth at the CIMB Classic previous year, will also feature in the event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Tour of the United States. "I enjoy the enthusiasm of all the fans and I hope to have a little more success this week", said Scott, former ranked number one in the world but now ranked 16th. I know where to score.

The Queenslander began the year fiddling with his shafts - he felt his short iron play was not up to scratch - then became a father for the first time with his wife Marie, who delivered a daughter, Bo, in February. I've only been struggling with my putter so I've been practicing to make it better. "It's hard to figure out why I've been so successful in this tournament... or on this course, particularly, but I hope it continues". He went on, "This is a very important week for me".

The Health Ministry has advised the public to eat only hot and freshly cooked food in clean eateries, while the PGA Tour instructed players and staff to only consume bottled or boiled water.

Els, who is among six Major champions in the CIMB Classic field, is wary of the strong Asian Tour challenge led by current Order of Merit leader Lahiri.