The Singha All Thailand Tour has increased its total prize money to 30 million baht, up from the 20 million on offer last year.
There will be 10 tournaments this season, with four _ up from two last year _ also sanctioned by the Asean PGA Tour.
"This year, we have more events and more prize money for the golfers," said Ruangnapa Surachet, the tour's managing director. "Joining the Asean PGA Tour also shows our commitment to giving them a chance to play on the international stage."
The four events sanctioned by the Asean PGA Tour are the E-san Open, the Pattaya Open, the Hua Hin Open and the Chiang Mai Open.
There will also be a special series called the 'Road To Panasonic', where the winner will earn a place at the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open in Japan.
Featuring both men's and women's divisions, the Singha All Thailand Tour will kick off at this week's E-san Open and close with the Singha Masters in January.
Thaworn Wiratchant and Prayad Marksaeng are among the leading players at the E-san Open, which tees off tomorrow at Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf Club.
The tournaments will be broadcast on TrueVisions, Star Sports and One World Sport.
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