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Daggers will be drawn when Golfing stars will descend to show their worth at the forthcoming ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth, which is the only tournament in professional golf that features an innovative stroke play and match play format.
Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond and Poom Saksansin are also hoping to seek inspiration from his compatriot’s winning performance last year and achieve a similar feat at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth.
It was pretty amazing to see what that win has done for Kiradech (Aphibarnrat) last year. He broke into the top-50 in the world and went on to play the Masters.
“I remembered we were just talking before the tournament started last year and how he did not even get to play a practice round as he was the last player to enter the tournament. He then went on to win the tournament. It’s pretty inspiring,” said Jazz.
Harding and Jazz along with Thailand’s Poom Saksansin and American Kurt Kitayama are among the leading Asian Tour contenders for the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth.
The ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth, which will also welcome 26 Asian Tour champions, combines 54 holes of traditional stroke play across the first three days with an exciting knockout match play format for the fourth and final round.
A regular cut will fall after 36 holes before the field is then further reduced to the top-24 players following 54 holes of regulation play, with any ties for 24th place being decided by a play-off. Those remaining players will then earn their places in the six-hole shootout.
Any matches tied after the six holes will be decided by playing the new Shootout Hole - a purpose-built 90-metre hole constructed at Lake Karrinyup, with a tee placed adjacent to the 18th fairway and utilising the 18th green.
The ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth is a revolutionary golf tournament designed to retain the traditions of the game whilst appealing to a broader audience.