SINGAPORE - South Korea's KJ Choi said he hopes a younger player will finally step up and win his signature event after he claimed both of the first two editions. The 43-year-old star won the inaugural C.J. Invitational Hosted by K.J. Choi in 2011, and successfully defended his title last year, meaning he is on track for a hat-trick next month in Seoul. But the burly ex-powerlifter, nicknamed "The Tank", said he would be happy for one of Asia's up-and-coming players to take his title at the October 10-13 event. "Winning my tournament for the third straight year would be great but I would love to see one of the younger guys pull it off this year," he said, in comments released by the Asian Tour on Tuesday. "I'm sure it will be another great year with a great finish." –AFP