Magelang, November 21: Thailand’s Supravee Phatam capitalised on good karma in the shadow of the world famous Borobudur Temple and sauntered to a convincing victory in the US$60,000 Borobudur Classic today.
Supravee completed an impressive wire-to-wire win after closing with a one-under-par 71 at Borobudur Golf Club – located just 20 minutes from the world’s largest Buddhist temple.
Magelang, November 20: Supravee Phatam confidently kept the lead in the US$60,000 Borobudur Classic for the third straight day after carding a three-under-par 69.
The Thai golfer, looking for his first win on the ASEAN PGA Tour, move to 10-under-par for the tournament and a four-shot lead. His compatriot Pijit Petchkasem also carded a 69 at Borobudur Golf Club to move into second position.
Magelang, November 19: Supravee Phatam maintained his three-shot lead at the halfway mark of the US$60,000 Borobudur Classic today after shooting an even-par 72.
The young Thai golfer made an eagle on the par-five final hole at Borobudur Golf Club to put himself in a strong position in the penultimate event of the 2014/2015 season on the ASEAN PGA Tour.
Magelang, November 18: Thailand’s Supravee Phatam produced inspirational golf in harmony with his surrounds after firing a seven-under-par 65 on the opening day of the US$60,000 Borobudur Classic.
His performance broke the course record at Borobudur Golf Club, which is a short 20-minute drive from the world’s largest Buddhist temple, Borobudur.
Borobudur, November 17: Thailand’s Wisut Artjanawat, the ASEAN PGA Tour’s most successful player, tees off as hot favourite tomorrow in the Borobudur Classic.
After a quiet season Wisut, who boasts a record five titles on the Tour, will be looking to get back on winning track in the US$60,000 event at Borobudur Golf Club.
The Borobudur Classic is a welcome new addition to the circuit and will be the eighth leg of the 2014/15 season.
October 23: The Borobudur Classic will tee-off next month on the ASEAN PGA Tour at Borobudur International Golf Club, Magelang. The US$60,000 tournament, to be played from November 18 to 21, is a welcome new addition to the circuit and will be the eighth leg of the 2014/15 season. The event has been set up in order to support Magelang golf and tourism. Read More
Port Dickson, Malaysia, October 18: Malaysia’s Lim Eng Seng beat countryman Mohd Sukree Othman at the third hole of a thrilling playoff to win the PGM-ASEAN PGA Port Dickson Championship on Saturday.
The 32-year-old Lim, a prolific winner at amateur level, birdied the 18th for the second time in the playoff to lift his first ASEAN PGA Tour title.
Lim, three shots behind overnight, burst out of the pack with two birdies in the final three holes for a closing 67 to set the clubhouse target of eight-under-par 276 at Port Dickson Golf and Country Club.
Port Dickson, Malaysia, October 17: Halfway leader Kenneth De Silva of Malaysia kept his nose in front at the PGM-ASEAN PGA Port Dickson Championship on Friday despite shooting a shaky one-under-par 70 in the third round.
The 23 year old leads by a shot from experienced campaigner Mohd Sukree Othman of Malaysia and Thailand’s Ratchapol Jantavara, who is looking for his first top-10 finish of the season on the ASEAN PGA Tour.