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Asian Swing poised to deliver boost for region’s best in Far East

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09 Feb, 2023

Asian Swing poised to deliver boost for region’s best in Far East
When the DP World Tour’s Asian Swing kicks off in neighbouring Singapore this week before journeying to Thailand and India, it will serve as a massive boon to the region’s aspiring golfers, including Malaysia’s very own Gavin Green, who hold dreams of chasing history and...
Muhammad Fakhrul Akmal and Paul San emerge joint winners at first leg of PGAM Satellite Tour

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08 Feb, 2023

Muhammad Fakhrul Akmal and Paul San emerge joint winners at first leg of PGAM Satellite Tour
Rising talents Muhammad Fakhrul Akmal and Paul San shared first-place honours in the 2023 Professional Golf Association of Malaysia (PGAM) Satellite Tour’s first leg, held at Danau Golf Club today. Akmal and San carded identical 68s to reach the top of the professional leaderboard in the season opener. Three shots...
World No 1 Lydia Ko ready for action at Aramco Team Series opener in Singapore

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08 Feb, 2023

World No 1 Lydia Ko ready for action at Aramco Team Series opener in Singapore
The Aramco Team Series will return in 2023 on the Ladies European Tour with Singapore its first stop, as an array of the world’s best players are set the feature once again. 2022 saw the Aramco Team Series go to new heights and this year’s edition will begin in a...
Toyota Tour announces 2023 calendar with premium venues culminating in Asian Development Tour season-ender

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08 Feb, 2023

Toyota Tour announces 2023 calendar with premium venues culminating in Asian Development Tour season-ender
Professional golf in Malaysia will reach new heights when the 2023 Toyota Tour tees off from early March with a nationwide trek across some of the country’s leading golf courses. This year’s much-awaited season starts with the PGM Tun Ahmad Sarji Trophy at Saujana Golf & Country Club on March...
Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific set for strongest field to date, including past winners Mizuki Hashimoto and Ting-Hsuan Huang

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07 Feb, 2023

Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific set for strongest field to date, including past winners Mizuki Hashimoto and Ting-Hsuan Huang
Returning to Singapore next month is the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific championship (WAAP), set to showcase its mightiest field to date at the Singapore Island Country Club from March 9-12, 2023. As many as 82 players from 21 Asia-Pacific countries will be in action in Asia’s premier women’s amateur championship, including...