In-form Khor eyes more success

Port Dickson, October 13. Khor Kheng Hwai of Malaysia will be looking for back-to-back victories on the ASEAN PGA Tour in this week’s PGM-ASEAN PGA PD Championship at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club.

The 30 year old ended a 10-year wait for a Tour title with victory in the PGM-ASEAN PGA Penang Championship last month.

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Champion Khor makes moneylist move

Penang, Sept 13: Khor Kheng Hwai of Malaysia jumped to 10th spot on the ASEAN PGA Tour Order of Merit after his one-stroke victory in the PGM Penang Championship.

He earned US$7,650 for his first win on both the ASEAN PGA Tour and the PGM Tour to take his winnings to US$8,195 from the two events he has played. Read More

Classy Khor wins PGM Penang Championship

Penang, Sept 12: Malaysia’s Khor Kheng Hwai turned on the style to win his first ASEAN PGA Tour title on Saturday, a closing six-under-par 66 giving him a one-shot victory over fast-charging countryman Nicholas Fung in the PGM Penang Championship.

Khor even had the luxury of a bogey at the last – his only blemish of the day – at Penang Golf Club as he posted a four-round total of 13-under 275. Read More

Nachimuthu shoots 67 to catch Iylia in Penang

Penang, Sept 11: In-form Malaysian R Nachimuthu sizzled with a 67 to join countryman Iylia Jamil in top spot after the third round of the PGM Penang Championship on Friday.

Overnight leader Iylia looked destined to take a one-stroke advantage into the last round but dropped a shot on the final hole for a two-under 70 at Penang Golf Club Read More

Iylia noses ahead at PGM Penang Championship

Penang, Sept 10: Malaysia’s Iylia Jamil snatched the halfway lead in the PGM Penang Championship on Thursday, a solid 69 giving him a one-stroke advantage over two-time ASEAN PGA Tour winner Nicholas Fung, who shot a best-of-the-day 67.

The Malaysian quintet of M Sasidaran, the overnight leader who carded a 73, R Nachimuthu (71), Kenneth De Silva (71), Mohd Amli Mohd Mohiyedeen (68) and Mohd Sukree Othman (69) are two shots further back at Penang Golf Club. Read More

Sasidaran singing in the rain at PGM Penang Championship

Penang, Sept 9: Malaysia’s M Sasidaran grabbed the lead in the rain-delayed PGM Penang Championship after the first round on Wednesday following a sparkling six-under-par 66.

Sasidaran, who had a welcome tied sixth-place finish in the PGA Rahman Putra Championship in June after some indifferent results, leads by a stroke from countryman Iylia Jamil with the in-form R Nachimuthu and Kenneth De Silva a further shot behind after 68s. Read More

Baharin targets second ASEAN PGA Tour success of season

Penang, Sept 8: Kemarol Baharin of Malaysia will bid for his second ASEAN PGA Tour title this season

at the PGM Penang Championship which tees off on Wednesday.

Baharin recorded his first victory on the ASEAN PGA Tour and third on the Professional Golf of Malaysia(PGM) Tour when he claimed the PGM UMW Impian Championship crown with a three-stroke victory in April.

Peerless Prayad powers ahead in moneylist

August 10, Chiangmai: The remarkable Prayad Marksaeng, still showing his rivals a clean pair of heels at aged 49, edged closer to the ASEAN PGA Order of Merit title with his victory in the Singha Chiangmai Open on Sunday.

The Thai veteran closed with a six-under-par 65 to edge teenager Jazz Janewattananond by a stroke and capture his second ASEAN PGA Tour crown of the season following his success in the Singha Pattaya Open. Read More