RIYADH, Saudi Arabia: After a dismal showing at last week’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic, Jazz Janewattanond has made the short hop south to test his skills against a selection of the golfing world’s premier names gathered to contest the Saudi International.
After starring at the Singapore Open, Asia’s reigning number one will be hoping for a change of form and fortunes at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, venue for the second edition of the International.
A brace of 76s in Dubai will have hopefully been eradicated from the memory banks by the time Jazz steps onto the first tee at 1245 local time (1645 Bangkok time) alongside Frenchman Victor Perez and Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre.
Jazz will need to be at his best to place highly among a stellar field that includes defending champion and World Number Five Dustin Johnson, reigning top trump Brooks Koepka and Open Champion Shane Lowry.
Keep up to date with his progress right here at #BigGolfBlog.