Fife-born golf star Calum Hill makes his DP World Tour return at this week's Porsche Singapore Classic

Calum Hill playing in Qatar (Pic Octavio Passos/Getty)Calum Hill playing in Qatar (Pic Octavio Passos/Getty)
Calum Hill playing in Qatar (Pic Octavio Passos/Getty)
After a six-week sabbatical from DP World Tour action, Fife-born golf ace Calum Hill returns to the circuit this week at the Porsche Singapore Classic.

Hill, 29, last played competitively at February’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, where he missed the halfway cut after rounds of 74 and 72.

The Kirkcaldy star, whose one DP World Tour victory came in the 2021 Cazoo Classic at Hillside Golf Club in Southport, currently lies 80th in this season’s Race to Dubai standings.

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Hill’s four performances immediately preceding the Qatar event saw him finish tied 32nd at the Dubai Invitational, joint 41st at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic, tied 37th at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship and joint 48th at the Bahrain Championship.

The man currently ranked 192 in the world had his best result of 2023-24 in its very first event, November’s Fortinet Australian PGA Championship in which he finished tied 15th.

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