Manila: Struggling to revive the form which made him India's top golfer, seasoned pro Jeev Milkha Singh has pinned his hopes of a turnaround on the USD one million Resorts World Manila Masters which tees off here on Wednesday.
From being a top-50 player in the world, the two-time Asian Tour number one has fallen on hard times over the past two seasons but the 42-year-old believes he can haul himself back into the winner's enclosure.
"It's been about 20 years since I came back here (to the Philippines). I was only about 22 or 23 years old when I last played here. I'm glad to be back after so many years and it's good to have the positive vibes and good memories from the last time I was here. I hope to build on those and play my best this week," said Singh, who won the 1995 Philippine Classic and Asian Matchplay Championship.