Big-hitting Hend is a nine-time Asian Tour winner and the 2016 Order of Merit champion. He will be defending his title at the 2017 Queen's Cup.
Chawrasia successfully defended his title at the 2017 Hero Indian Open to win his sixth Asian Tour title. He's currently second at the Order of Merit race.
Rattanon secured a wire-to-wire win at the 2017 Thailand Open for his first Asian Tour title. He's aiming for a back-to-back win at the Queen's Cup this week.
Prayad is one of the most decorated players on the Asian Tour. He won the 2017 SMBC Singapore Open for his 10th Asian Tour title.
Sinnot won his first ever Asian Tour victory at the 2017 Leopalace21 Myanmar Open. He intend to win his second title at the 2017 Queen's Cup.
Phachara turned pro in 2015 and came in second at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth. He's hoping to claim his first Asian Tour title at Thailand this week.
|Name||Nationality||Date of Birth|
|Jaco AHLERS||South Africa||19/11/1982|
|Ye Htet AUNG||Myanmar||27/01/1993|