KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - World number one Yani Tseng will look to extend her dominance of women's golf when she chases her seventh tournament win of the year against a star-studded field at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia. The Taiwanese player, 22, is full of confidence after already winning six tournaments this year, including last weeks LPGA Hana Bank Championship in South Korea. She is the top draw at the $1.9 million event, which tees off in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, but will need to contend with a top-flight field that includes nine of the worlds top 10 golfers. "Obviously, Im feeling confident, especially after winning in South Korea last week," she said. Tseng, who is the youngest golfer -- man or woman -- to win five majors, is the undisputed number one on the Rolex Rankings. She attributed her form to her enjoyment of the game. "People say I have had a good year, but I just enjoy the game and I think thats why Ive been doing well," said Tseng, who won this years LPGA Championship and the Womens British Open. "Every day, every hole, I just focus and try my best. For me, I can easily get over not playing well one week and focus on the next tournament." The Malaysian event, now in its second year, will also feature top ten players Suzann Petterson, Cristie Kerr, Na Yeon Choi, Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome, Ai Miyazato, and Paula Creamer. Michelle Wie, ranked number 14 in the world, and defending champion Jimin Kang also have entered the four-day stroke play event, which has no cut and is being played at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club (KLGCC). Kerr, the American world number three, who finished 35th in South Korea, admitted she has yet to fully recover from a tendonitis injury to her right wrist that is causing her severe pain. "It is still not 100 percent right but Im managing the pain," said the former world number one. "Ive played through a broken rib, Ive played through knee issues, neck issues, but this is the worst pain Ive ever experienced but Im managing it."