Bjorn to tee up at Hero Indian Open
Gurgaon: Europe's Ryder Cup captain, Thomas Bjorn will become the first-ever current Ryder Cup captain to make an appearance, when he tees off at the Hero Indian Open next week.
Bjorn, winner of 21 titles worldwide, and runner-up three times at Majors, will be among the international starcast from over 30 countries at the event.
The field includes six players from the World's Top-100 who are all set to battle it out at the 2018 Hero Indian Open. The field includes stars from 31 countries across the world and has amongst them a plethora of Order of Merit winners, past champions, Ryder Cup captains and a Major champion.
Interestingly Bjorn will not be the only captain in the field, as Darren Clarke has also confirmed his presence.
Clarke led the European Ryder Cup team in 2016, while Bjorn will be at helm for the 2018 Ryder Cup in France this year. Meanwhile, as the Hero Indian Open, which is one of the oldest events in the continent, comes closer many of the top players have shown excellent form in the run up to the event.