Andy Swales supplies the stats for The CJ Cup, as the PGA Tour tees-up in Asia for the first of three consecutive tournaments there...
"Tommy Fleetwood has played pretty well all year but has not lifted a trophy in 21 months. Since the Englishman last won in Abu Dhabi during January 2018, there have been 15 top-six finishes, so maybe his luck will finally change this autumn."
The PGA Tour has travelled to Asia for tournaments in Korea, Japan and China over the next few weeks.
First up is The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges Country Club on Jeju Island, which sits around 80 miles south of the Korean Peninsula.
Opened in 2001, Nine Bridges made its PGA Tour debut two years ago, having previously staged four tournaments on the ladies' equivalent.
This holiday resort is situated close to the centre of this volcanic island, around 1,900 feet up Mount Halla, and is surrounded by a national park.
Although it's name suggests there maybe nine bridges dotted around the course, the total is actually eight.
Podium Pack Returns
World No 1 Brooks Koepka defends his title having suffered a rare missed cut on his most recent outing in Las Vegas.
All of those who occupied podium positions in both previous tournaments staged at Nine Bridges, tee-up again this week.
These include Justin Thomas, winner from two years ago, and reigning US Open champion Gary Woodland.
Four of those taking part - Jason Day, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Pat Perez and Cameron Smith - posted top-12 finishes in both 2017 and 2018.
Good Current Form
As for those whose current form is strong, look no further than Thomas, who hasn't finished lower than 12th in his last seven starts.
However, the world No 5 has only competed once since the Tour Championship at the end of August, which may count against him.
Tommy Fleetwood has played pretty well all year but has not lifted a trophy in over 20 months.
Since the Englishman last won in Abu Dhabi during January 2018, there have been 15 top-six finishes, so maybe his luck will finally change this autumn.
Check out latest betting ahead of this week's CJ Cup in Korea
And if you fancy going for a home winner this week, then world No 44 Sung Jae Im might just be your man.
The 21-year-old Korean has made a big impression in the United States, since earning his PGA Tour card in September of last year.
He lost a play-off in Mississippi last month and warmed-up for this week's tournament on home soil by returning to Korea to win the Genesis Championship on Sunday.
Another young Asian golfer to keep an eye on is Jazz Janewattananond.
The 23-year-old from Thailand has won five times in Asia, including this year's Korea Open.
Nine Bridges is a lush, rolling parkland venue, with beautifully contoured fairways which are reasonably generous in width.
That said, it is not a course that will be torn apart by big hitters in this week's select 78-player field.
Accuracy is the key, with an emphasis on finding the best angle into the flag, in order to set up a potential birdie opportunity.
The large undulating greens will also require some attention, on a course that has many changes in elevation and is laid out within a heavily wooded landscape.
Water will need to be avoided on six holes, with a number of subtle doglegs and large bunkers ready to test every golfer's course management skills.
Twitter: Andy Swales @GolfStatsAlive
MC* - Missed Additional 54-Hole Cut
Note: List Contains Leading Reserves
|Sung Jae Im||1||49||2||19||15||11||38|
|Byeong Hun An||MC||MC||3||47||28||38|
|Si Woo Kim||55||49||61||28||84|
|Hyung Joon Lee||64||MC||29||9||50|
|Jeong Woo Ham||39||48||3||7||24||66|
|Won Joon Lee||41||32||MC||32||26||50||MC||52|
|Tae Hee Lee||41||MC||MC||27||MC||61||MC|
|Kyong Jun Moon||2||18||12||59||MC||4||51|
|Yong Jun Bae|
|Sung Jae Im||41|
|Byeong Hun An||41||11|
|Si Woo Kim||23||44|
|Hyung Joon Lee||73||60|
|Jeong Woo Ham|
|Won Joon Lee|
|Tae Hee Lee||55|
|Kyong Jun Moon|
|Yong Jun Bae|