After enjoying one of his best seasons on the Asian Tour, Unho Park is in a confident mood as he attempts to win a record fourth consecutive Ageas HKPGA Championship, starting at Kau Sai Chau on Tuesday. Park, who became the first player to win three successive titles last year, ended 2014 in 27th spot on the Asian Tour order of merit, his best return since 2006. I've been fortunate enough to play really well on my previous visits and it would be a dream to make it four in a row Unho Park The Singapore-based Australian golfer recorded three top-10 finishes, including a tie for fifth at the Venetian Macau Open in October. "It was a pretty decent year, one that was really set up by my third HKPGA win in January," said Park, who turned 41 on Saturday. "It allowed me to go into the season with confidence and I was able to build on that and put in some good performances on tour. "It's always a joy coming back to play in Hong Kong. I've been fortunate enough to play really well on my previous visits and it would be a dream to make it four in a row." Park defeated compatriot Scott Barr after a dramatic final-day duel last year and Barr will be a force to be reckoned with once again, along with Asian Tour regular Lam Chih Bing of Singapore and Hong Kong's Timothy Tang Tsz-hang, the 2014 HKPGA order of merit winner. Former Australian World Cup representative Brian Jones, who won 11 events on the Japan Golf Tour between 1977 and 1993, will be making his debut in the tradition-rich event, which boasts prize money of HK$450,000. No local player has won the championship since Dominique Boulet in 2004, but Tang believes that could all change this week. "There is a lot of expectation on the Hong Kong players but with the tournament being played on our home courses, we should hold the advantage," said 28-year-old Tang. The Gary Player-designed North Course at the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course will host the opening day's play, before the HK$450,000 Championship moves to the historic New Course at Fanling for the second round. Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club will be the venue for Thursday's final round.