Global pathways driving Asian rising stars to reach golf’s promised land


THE establishment of strategic alliances between many of the regional golf circuits and the DP World Tour has provided new impetus for Asia’s rising stars to shoot for coveted places in golf’s promised land, known otherwise as the PGA Tour.

Over the next two weeks, the DP World Tour will stage tournaments in Japan and China as part of its four-leg Asian Swing that includes Singapore and India, thus allowing aspiring golfers from the four countries to dream of propelling their careers onto the highest level.

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