Indonesia Masters is back!

Hendro Sutandi – President Director of Royale Jakarta Golf Club, Jimmy Masrin – Founder of Indonesian Masters,
David Rollo – COO Asian Tour

Jakarta, 29 September 2022 – The Indonesian Masters golf tournament will be held again in Indonesia. With a total prize pool of $1.5 million, the tournament, which will be played at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club on December 1-4, is certain to be one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world. In addition, this popular tournament, which has been absent for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will also be part of the prestigious International Series of the Asian Tour.

Held for the tenth time, the Indonesian Masters will be one of the closing events for the 2022 competition season. Jimmy Masrin, Founder of the Indonesian Masters and Chairman of the Asian Tour, stated “We are very proud to announce and confirm the holding of the tenth Indonesian Masters tournament. Especially since this year we are back with so many exciting developments.” “By becoming a part of the International Series, the Indonesian Masters will join the ranks of an elite multi-million dollar competition that will feature some of the most extraordinary players in Asia that has never existed before. We are very pleased that the Indonesian Masters will be the event that represents Indonesia in this exciting initiative.” The Indonesian Masters tournament was held for the first time in 2011 and won by British golfer Lee Westwood 3 times (2011, 2012, and 2015), while Jazz Janewattananond from Thailand who won the 2019 Indonesian Masters won the Asian Tour Order of Merit title when this competition was last held. held in 2019.

“The Indonesian Masters is one of the major events that have marked great moments in our history,” said Cho Minn Thant, Commissioner and CEO, Asian Tour. The Asian Tour will return to our schedule this year as part of the International Series, a visionary project that is central to the Asian Tour as a whole.” The International Series was launched earlier this year through a new partnership between the Asian Tour and LIV Golf which was established with the mission of reviving the sport of golf in Asia and the Middle East,” added Cho Minn Thant. “LIV Golf remains committed to strengthening the ecosystem and developing the golf game globally,” said Greg Norman, Commissioner and CEO of LIV Golf. “The Indonesian Masters is a fantastic addition to The International Series that can pave the way for talented players around the world.

LIV Golf is proud to be able to support this great tournament to advance the sport of golf that we all love.” he added. A number of International Series tournaments, which have so far been held in Thailand, England, Singapore and South Korea, will also be held in Morocco and Egypt in November. In addition to Westwood (2011, 2012, 2015) and Jazz (2019), golfers who have won the Indonesian Masters tournament include Bernd Wiesberger (2013), Anirban Lahiri (2014), Poom Saksansin (2016, 2018) and Justin Rose (2017).

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