Henrik Stenson is hoping his game plan will present him with the opportunity to win the Indonesian Masters this week. World number 27 Stenson is one of the most high-profile players in the field for this week’s event at Royale Jakarta Golf Club and he arrives on the back of a fourth-place finish at the Hero World Challenge.
The 42-year-old will be playing alongside 2018 Ryder Cup team-mate Justin Rose, who is the defending champion and highest-ranked player, and Asian Tour Order of Merit champion Shubhankar Sharma over the first two round.
Despite the Swede’s lack of knowledge of Indonesia courses, Stenson is feeling optimistic ahead of the tournament and is hoping to give himself a chance of winning come the final 18 holes. “It’s a good golf course,” he said.
“I don’t have much experience as compared to Justin and the other players who have played here in the past. I’ve come up with a plan and hopefully, I can play some decent game and I can be one of the guys in the mix on Sunday.”