Thursday, 30 October 2014

Nicholas Fung will be playing at CIMB 2014 more Billy said to damaru Golf

 Nicholas Fung will be making his second appearance at the CIMB Classic 2014 on 29th October to 02nd October 2014, after earning a coveted place as the highest-ranked Malaysian on the Official World Golf Ranking.
He will be joined by countryman Danny Chia, who qualified through the SapuraKencana National Qualifier, in the starry-field which will be headlined by title holder Ryan Moore, 2014 FedExCup champion Billy Horschel, Ryder Cup heroes Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia, Chinese teen prodigy Guan Tianlang and Japanese stars Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa.



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PGM SATELLITE TOUR Kinrara Golf Club (28-30 October 2014)

PGM SATELLITE TOUR
Kinrara Golf Club (28-30 October 2014)
Faisal Wins First Satellite Tour Title at Kinrara
Faisal Sabudin won the 10th leg of the Professional Golf of Malaysia’s (PGM) Satellite Tour at Kinrara Golf Club in Puchong today.
Faisal Sabudin

The amateur player fired a three-over-par 74 to finish with a seven-over 220 total and win by seven strokes. Coming into the third and final day with a three-shot cushion, Faisal played with a lot of determination and mixed it with caution to romp home to a comfortable victory.

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Johan Bakar carded a final round 76 and ended the PGA Tour’s feeder circuit event on 227, while first round leader Mohammad Iszaimi Ismail had a 79 and was on 228 – a stroke back.



Saturday, 25 October 2014

Gavin will be here for Maybank Malaysian Open in February 2014

Malaysia’s top leading amateur Gavin Kyle Green today confirmed that he will be coming home for the upcoming Maybank Malaysian Open in February 2015. It will be Green’s fourth attempt at the coveted trophy and could possibly be his last time playing to an amateur status on the co-sanctioned European Tour and Asian Tour event.

“We’ll see how it goes,” when asked what will be his next step in his golfing career after graduating next year.

Last month, Green became the first collegiate golfer to pick up three consecutive William H Tucker titles, making this his 6th individual title with University of New Mexico (UNM), USA - the most ever recorded.

Green credits his exposure to the game at a professional level through the European and Asian Tour’s co-sanctioned Maybank Malaysian Open in years past for his achievements to date.

In 2013, Green topped Malaysian professionals to finish joint 22nd, his best finishing in three participations and the best by a Malaysian. To further enhance his skills for the 54th edition of the Maybank Malaysian Open, Green will be competing at three more tournaments before heading home.

“The Maybank Malaysian Open has given me plenty of opportunities to play alongside international stars and I have learned a lot from all the golfing greats. Participating in a world-class event like the Maybank Malaysian Open over the past few years has helped me better prepare myself for tournaments in my collegiate career. The experience, training and mental conditioning will be priceless in years to come as I aim to help the team get into the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s National Golf Championships and hopefully win the championship this year. That would be awesome,” said Green.  


Friday, 24 October 2014

Well done, PGM Tour schedule has been synchronized

PGM Tour schedule havs been synchronized with other major golfing events in Malaysia, so as to enable the PGM Pros to see the best in play in MALAYSIA. There is no better way to learn than by looking and absorbing how the best players in the world handle the course!

As we notice this coming weekend during CIMB PGA, there is no concurrent PGM event, thus lending an opportunity for PGM Card holders and others to witness and enjoy top golf at KLGCC, where the  world’s best are in action. This was not the case last year when PGM players were busy playing a PGM tournament, unable to enjoy the CIMB Classic. Well done PGM. 

Guan Tianlang will be 16 years old Today  25-10-2014

Guan Tianlang at cimb -pga
Guan Tianlang at CIMB-PGA, 16 years on 25-10-2014

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Malaysia - finally shows off - Well Done Malaysia!

LIM Eng Seng, winner of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour title today when he beat Sukree Othman in a playoff at the Port Dickson Championship.
Lim shot a final round four-under 67 at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club to finish on eight-under 276, alongside Sukree, who carded a 69. And in the sudden-death playoff, Lim made sure of victory.
Lim's triumph came on the back of a come-from-behind performance that saw him start the day three strokes off the lead, held by Kenneth De Silva, who slipped into a tie for fifth after dismal fourth round one-over 72. The winner might not have had to go through the tense pressure of being forced into a playoff had he not surrendered a shot with a bogey at the 71st hole.
But in the end it did not matter that much for Lim as he duly secured a deserved win in the sudden-death shootout and also collected a cheque worth RM28,900. 
For a while Mohd Azman Basharudin held the clubhouse lead after he moved to seven-under 277. That effort left him to settle for joint third place with Natthapong Niyomchon, as the Thai lad finished with a final round 69 and emerged the leading foreigner in the field.
Fellow Thai Pipatpong Naewsuk (70) joined De Silva in fifth place another stroke back on six-under 278.
Khor Kheng Hwai, also of Malaysia, blitzed the Port Dickson course with a brilliant seven-under 64 to finish tied for fifth on five-under-par 279, alongside Thaialnd's Tanatchan Puaktes (71) and Ratchapol Janyavara (72). They
were joint seventh.



Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) -AseanTour 

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) -Asean Tour  2014 final scores


Lets   see how the course fared the onslaught






PGM ASEAN COURSE STATISTICS





PGM ASEAN ORDER OF MERIT
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Friday, 17 October 2014

Malaysians on top Day 3 of the PGM-Asean PGA PD Championship 2014

EASY GOLF BY LALI.ELITE.GOLF

WE ARE DISTINCT


Malaysians on top day 3 PGM-Asean PGA PD Championship 2014 


Hurrah  Malaysians are showing the colours --First and second  then a battery of Thais


Round 3 - Results
POS.SCORE-PAR+PLAYERSR01R02R03
1206-7 Kenneth DE SILVA (MAS)686870
2=207-6 Mohd Sukree OTHMAN (MAS)696969
2=207-6 Ratchapol JANTAVARA (THA)686970
4=208-5 Natthapong NIYOMCHON (THA)707365
4=208-5 Tanatchan PUAKTES (THA)726769
4=208-5 Pipatpong NAEWSUK (THA)647371
7=209-4 Kurnia HERISHANDY (INA)716969
7=209-4 Wilson CHOO (MAS)696971
7=209-4 LIM Eng Seng (MAS)696872
10=210-3 Mohd Azman BASHARUDIN (MAS)697170
10=210-3 Varan ISRABHAKDI (THA)707070
12=211-2 R NACHIMUTHU (MAS)717169
12=211-2 Hans JAMIL (MAS)717169
14=212-1 LAM Yu Shuen (MAS)717269
14=212-1 Mohd Amli MOHD MOHIYEDEEN (MAS)776867
14=212-1 Kwanchai TANNIN (THA)677471
17=213E Lion GOH (MAS)717270
17=213E Airil RIZMAN (MAS)687273
17=213E Kemarol BAHARIN (MAS)677274
20=214+1 Jhonnel ABABA (PHI)707371
20=214+1 Dino ABDILLAH (MAS)737071
20=214+1 S SIVA CHANDHRAN (MAS)717370
20=214+1 Mohd Rizal AMIN (MAS)737269
20=214+1 Anis Helmi HASSAN (MAS)707173
20=214+1 Abel TAM (MAS)727468
20=214+1 Varut CHOMCHALAM (THA)667276
27=215+2 Supravee PHATAM (THA)737171
27=215+2 Tawit POLTHAI (THA)717173
27=215+2 KHOR Kheng Hwai (MAS)726974
27=215+2 Chirat JIRASUWAN (THA)727469
31=216+3 Pravee VISALKIT (THA)717273
31=216+3 Mior Asyraf HAZIQ (MAS)737172
31=216+3 Donlaphatchai NIYOMCHON (THA)717273
31=216+3 Zen DHARMARATNE (MAS)717471
31=216+3 Nicholas PUA (MAS)697275
36=217+4 Shaifubari MUDA (MAS)727174
36=217+4 Zanie Boy GIALON (PHI)747271
36=217+4 Phachara KHONGWATMAI (THA)747370
36=217+4 S. MURTHY (MAS)737470
40=218+5 Pornsakon TIPSANIT (THA)707573
40=218+5 P. GUNASEGARAN (MAS)727373
40=218+5 Wittawat SAE-UNG (THA)737471
43=219+6 Fadzlan FARUK (MAS)697575
43=219+6 Chan Song WONGLUEKIET (THA)697476
43=219+6 Keegan KAM (MAS)757173
46=220+7 M SASIDARAN (MAS)697576
46=220+7 Farid RASHID (MAS)707278
46=220+7 Iylia JAMIL (MAS)737374
46=220+7 Somsak KHAOPRATUM (THA)747373
50221+8 Jitti SRITANAPOL (THA)737276
50221+8 Akhmal TARMIZEE (MAS)757076
52=222+9 GOH Kun Yang (SIN)757176
52=222+9 Faizul Hafiz ZULKEFLI (MAS)727476
54224+11 Adi BRAMANTIO (INA)747377
55226+13 Danial MUKTI (MAS)717679
 
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