Michael Block moves to the Asian Tour 2024

“I'm really looking forward to playing with the guys and there's no doubt the depth of the field will be very strong, but that's what I live for, playing against some of the best players in the world and comparing my game"

by Andrea Gussoni
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Michael Block moves to the Asian Tour 2024
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Hero of the PGA Championship 2023, notably with a hole in one slammed during the 4th round under the eyes of his playing partner, Rory McIlroy, Michael Block, the PGA of America pro, will be at the start of the International Series England (2 million dollars in prize money) scheduled for August 8-11 at Foxhills Golf & Resort, southwest of London.

Michael Block continues to enjoy his incredible 2023 PGA Championship in Oak Hill (New York), where he finished 15th in the final, notably with a fantastic hole-in-one smashed on Sunday under the eyes of his playing partner, Rory.

McIlroy. The PGA of America pro will indeed be at the start of the International Series England (Asian Tour) scheduled for August 8 to 11 at Foxhills Golf & Resort, in the very large southwest suburb of London.

Michael Block, results

“I'm really looking forward to playing with the guys and there's no doubt the depth of the field will be very strong, but that's what I live for, playing against some of the best players in the world and comparing my game,” thus underlined the Californian, aged 48.

“I believe the International Series is now one of the best possible paths for any golf professional around the world and I have no doubt that you will see more and more aspiring American golfers doing their best to qualify and play in the International Series.

» In this tournament with $2 million in prize money counting for the 2024 Asian Tour season, we will find several big names in golf, most of whom have joined LIV Golf. The English Ian Poulter, Richard Bland and Sam Horsfield, the Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell, the Americans Harold Varner III and Hudson Swafford, the Indian Anirban Lahiri, the South African Branden Grace and the Belgian Thomas Pieters are thus announced.

The Asian Tour is the premier men's professional golf tour in Asia except Japan. It is also a full member of the International Federation of PGA Tours. Official tour money events count towards Official World Golf Ranking points. The Asian Tour is administered from Singapore.

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