The 26-year-old believes the course set-up at the Hong Kong Golf Club suits his playing style and is similar to his home venue where he has won thrice.
"There are a few tracks which are similar to character to the Delhi Golf Club and the Hong Kong Golf Club is another course which is similar to that. It's a really good course which has withstood the test of time," he said.
"It's a great track and another one of those classic tracks with lots of trees, small and elevated greens. You'll need to control your shots from off the tees and you've got to come in from the right spots and right angles," added Lahiri.
Lahiri, a three-time Asian Tour winner, will be rated as one of the genuine contenders at Hong Kong's oldest professional sporting event, having enjoyed a fantastic run of results since the beginning of the year.
The Indian started the year on a winning note by sealing his third Asian Tour title on home soil and followed that up with four top-10s which included three runner-up finishes.
He will now launch another attempt of getting his first win abroad at the Hong Kong showpiece which takes place from December 5 to 8.


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