Tommy Fleetwood, Li Haotong and Rafa Cabrera Bello took part in an informal photocall in old town Central before the UBS Hong Kong Open kick-started.
“There is definitely a littleunfinished business for me in Hong Kong,” said Cabrera Bello. “I felt I should have won it last year, so hopefully I can go one better this year.” The Spaniard as since returned to the winner’s enclosure, taking a third
European Tour title at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open before finishing tied fourth at The Open to burst back into the world’s top 20.
Li claimed his maiden European Tour win at the Volvo China Open in 2016, but it was his third-place finish in the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale earlier this year that caught the attention of the golfing world. Originally from Hunan province, he will be one to watch at the
Hong Kong Golf Club.
26-year-old Fleetwood finished in a tie for third at last year’s UBS Hong Kong Open and had since enjoyed the most successful period of his career to date. The Englishman arrived at Fanling as the defending Race to Dubai champion.