The Indonesian Masters is held at the Royale
Jakarta Golf Club from Dec. 14 to 17 and will decide the Asian
Tour Order of Merit winner, who receives direct entry into the
British Open and World Golf Championships next year.
Briton Rose won back-to-back titles in Turkey and China before
last week's DP World Tour Championship, where he looked set to
become the Race to Dubai champion before capitulating on the
final day to hand Tommy Fleetwood the title.
"This will be a great way for me to end the year, playing in one
of the Asian Tour's premier events, and playing in Indonesia for
the first time. It is an exciting opportunity," the former U.S.
Open champion said.
"It has been an incredible year with two victories coming at
once and I hope to make it a hat-trick of wins in 2017 at the
Thai Poom Saksansin lifted the trophy last year with a five-shot
victory to clinch his first Asian Tour title.
(Reporting by Aditi Prakash in Bengaluru; Editing by Clare
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