Jediah Morgan, Chase Koepka and Sihwan Kim are among 10 LIV Golf League members to compete in this week’s International Series Singapore.

All three are desperate to find some form to take into next week’s LIV Golf regular-season finale in Jeddah.

Morgan, Koepka and Kim are currently in the Drop Zone in LIV Golf’s season-long Individual standings. All non-captains who finish the regular season ranked 45th or lower in the standings will be relegated out of the league and must play their way back in through the promotion tournament later this year.

The final points standings will be complete after LIV Golf Jeddah at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club from Octobter 13-15.

Morgan is ranked 46th, Koepka is 48th and Kim is 50th through the first 12 LIV Golf tournaments this season. James Piot, ranked 47th, is the other player facing relegation but is not in Singapore this week.

The player sitting on the bubble position at No. 44 is Bernd Wiesberger, who is playing this week at Tanah Merah Country Club. Players who finish 25th-44th in the standings are in the Open Zone and are regarded as free agents, while players who finish in the top 24 are in the Lock Zone and guaranteed a spot next season.

Other LIV Golf players in the field include major winners Graeme McDowell and Charl Schwartzel, along with Richard Bland, Carlos Ortiz, David Puig and Scott Vincent.

The 10-tournament International Series is a set of elevated events on the Asian Tour and supported by LIV Golf. The Order of Merit leader at the end of the season earns a guaranteed spot for the 2024 LIV Golf League season.

Andy Ogletree, who has won two of the first six International Series events this season, is the current money leader and will look to extend his advantage in Singapore.

Jediah Morgan. LIV Golf