Indonesian Masters became the Asian Tour's flagship event attended by international professional players over the globe. Regarding to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, next July, The Indonesian Masters will come up with #Prideofthenation as to appreciate all the athletes and the supporters who had fought wholeheartedly for their countries.
Indonesian Masters is an international-scale professional golf tournament in Indonesia that has been rolling since 2011. Every year the Indonesian Masters are able to bring world stars, such as Lee Westwood, Thongchai Jaidee, Ian Woosnam, Michael Campbell, Ernie Els, Darren Clarke, Thomas Bjorn, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Brandt Snedeker, Henrik Stenson, and Justin Rose - who at that time is a golfer No. 1 World - even appearing at the 2018 Indonesian Masters for the second time after winning the tournament in 2017. Until entering the eighth year in 2018, the Indonesian Masters has become the largest and most prestigious professional tournament in Indonesia. The existence of the Indonesian Masters was recognized in the Asian continent, so that several times became the closing tournament calendar for the Asian Tour season and became an important event in determining the title of the Asian Tour Order of Merit (OOM), as well as being one of five Panasonic Swing events that provided a total bonus attractive to Asian Tour players, since 2017.