Singaporean hero Mardan Mamat will aim to relive his winning memories at the Laguna National Golf and Country Club when he takes aim at The Championship title next week.
The 46-year-old , who claimed his biggest victory when he won the 2006 Singapore Masters at the Masters Course at Laguna National, will be among the elite cast in the US$1.5 million event sanctioned by the European Tour and the Asian Tour.
Mamat said: "It is good that a big event will return to Singapore. I’m excited to play on the Masters Course again and I’m really looking forward to the event.
“I won on the course in 2006 and I’m quite happy we will have another tournament there again,” added the Singaporean, who led from start-to-finish when he won the Singapore Masters nine years ago.
Brett Rumford will be the defending champion after winning the title at Blackstone Golf Club last year, defeating Peter Whiteford and Marcus Fraser in a play-off in Korea