October 22, Seremban, Malaysia: Thailand’s Kwanchai Tannin, ranked first on the ASEAN PGA Tour Order of Merit, heads a stellar field at this week’s PGM-ASEAN PGA Negeri Sembilan Masters.
His countryman Namchok Tantipokhakul, second on the Merit list, and Singaporean Mardan Mamat, a winner already this year in Malaysia, are also competing in the US$60,000 tournament which tees-off tomorrow at Seremban International Golf Club.
The event is the eighth leg on the 2013 ASEAN PGA Tour and the third to be jointly sanctioned with the PGM Tour.
Kwanchai is looking for his second win of the season having claimed the Singha Pattaya Open in April. Read More →
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, October 21: The Sabah Masters will once again take centre stage on the ASEAN PGA Tour as the grande finale to the 2013/2014 season.
To be played from January 8 to 11 it will return to Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club with the support of its mainstay sponsor Sabah Tourism Board (STB).
Boasting prize money of US$75,000 it will play a decisive role in determining who wins the Order of Merit title.
This year Filipino Antonio Lascuna lifted the Sabah Masters trophy and ended a long frustrating wait for his first win on the ASEAN PGA Tour. He beat pre-tournament favourite Mardan Mamat from Singapore on the third hole of a sudden-death play-off. Read More →
Melaka, Malaysia, May 9: S. Murthy held on to a slim one-stroke lead after the second round of the PGM-ASEAN PGA A’Famosa Masters at A’Famosa Golf Resort in Melaka today.
Following the Malaysian’s superlative 63 on the opening day, a poor opening nine left Murthy hanging on, and he had to fight back gallantly down the homeward stretch to settle for a one-over 73 and 136 total.
A shot back was compatriot Khor Kheng Hwai, who carded a 69.
Thailand’s Ratchapol Juntavara was one of the three players who signed for the low round of day – a 67.
He was tied with Malaysia’s Mohd Rizal Amin (69) and Mardan Mamat (69) of Singapore on 138 in third place. Read More →