Sunday, 29 May 2016

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professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) PGM Port Dickson Championship 

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Thai ways Panuwat wins again

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Panuwat wins again

 Panuwat Muenlek picked up his second professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour title in as many months when he clinched the PGM Port Dickson Championship crown today.
The 21-year-old Thai shot a flawless fourth and final round six-under 65 at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club to win by one stroke from compatriot Jakraphan Premsirigorn and Singapore’s Johnson Poh .
Panuwat’s bogey-free effort left him on 14-under 270 and earned him another RM35,000.
The Bangkok lad, who triumphed at the Darulaman Championship last month, was delighted with his victory and said: “I am very happy again today.
“I played solid golf through the day and it was just enough to hold off Jakraphan and Johnson.
“It was not easy but I managed to keep my game steady. My putting was good today,” added the player who started with a round of 70, before adding a 68 and 67, and then finished off in style – securing two birdies on the front nine another four coming down the homeward stretch, including the last two holes that effectively sealed the deal.
Twenty-four year-old Jakraphan, who also closed with 65, had three birdies on the front nine and four on the back nine – he too finished with a birdie at the 18th. However, a bogey at par-4 11th hole spoiled his chances.
Still, he was pleased with his visit to Port Dickson and said: “I hit the ball good this week and finished with a good round today, but it was just not enough to match Panuwat."
Singaporean Poh had a last day 67 and like Jakraphan took home a cheque of RM18,500 for joint second.
He made the turn at two-under, with a bogey at the 7th hole, and then managed another two birdies at the 14th and 16th holes.
Thirty-eight year-old Australian David Gleeson, who turned pro in 1999, carded a three-under 68 and was tied for fourth with Malaysia’s Gavin Green, who closed with an even-par 71 after coming into the last round with a one-stroke lead. They finished on 10-under 274.
Oscar Zetterwall shot the low round of the tournament – an eight-under 63. That outstanding performance saw the Swede climb up from 37th to joint sixth place. He was tied on nine-under 275 with Malaysian Nicholas Fung, who had a 70.

Leading Fourth Round Scores
270 Panuwat Muenlek (Tha) 70-68-67-65
271 Jakraphan Premsirigorn (Tha)68-67-71-65, Johnson Poh (Sin) 71-66-67-67
274 David Gleeson (Aus) 69-68-69-68, Gavin Green (Mas) 68-67-68-71
275 Oscar Zetterwall (Swe) 70-69-73-63, Nicholas Fung (Mas) 68-68-69-70
276 James Byrne (Sco) 72-69-67-68, Samarth Dwivedi (Ind) 71-67-69-69, Jay Bayron (Phi) 67-69-71-69
277 Mohamad Azman Basharudin (Mas) 69-67-72-69, Mohd Iylia Jamil (Mas) 67-67-73-70, Puk Pradittan (Tha) 68-69-70-70, Sukree Othman (Mas) 68-67-70-72
278 Hans Jamil (Mas) 68-70-71-69, George Gandranata (Ina) 69-67-71-71
279 Nirun Sae-Ueng (Tha) 68-74-68-69, Nattawat Suvanajanakorn (Tha) 66-71-74-68, Donlaphatchai Niyomchon (Tha) 72-70-70-67, Ian Andrew (Ina) 70-68-68-73, Paul Harris (US) 64-73-68-74

Friday, 27 May 2016

PGM Port Dickson Championship R3 Result

PGM Port Dickson Championship R3 Result


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Green moves into the lead in Port Dickson

Gavin Green moved into prime position to land his second title on the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour when he climbed to the top of the leaderboard after the third round of the Port Dickson Championship today.
The twenty-two year-old, who won at Glenmarie in January, shot a bogey-free three-under 68, which gave him a 10-under 203 total and a one-stroke cushion over Johnson Po at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club.
The Singaporean carded a 67 and was in turn, one shot ahead of Malaysia's Sukree Othman (70) and Nicholas Fung (69), American Paul Harris (68) and Panuwat Muenlek (67) of Thailand. They were joint third on 205.
After a third successive round under-par, Sukree said he was pleased with how it’s gone so far this week, but lamented two shots that he gave back to the course today.
“I had three birdies, but those two three-putt bogeys on the 9th and 13th holes spoilt it for me,” he noted.
“But I’m still happy with where I am. I hit the ball solid and gave myself a few chances. And, in fact, I putted well apart from those two holes,” added the multiple winner on Tour.
Tied for seventh on a congested leaderboard were Australia's David Gleeson (69), Indonesian Ian Andrew (68) and Jakraphan Premsirigorn (71) of Thailand. The trio were seven-under 206 with a round to go.
A shot back on 207 was a nine-way tie for 10th place. Thailand's Natthapong Niyomchon (70), Puk Pradittan (70), Suradit Yongcharoenchai (73) and Tanutchan Puaktes (68), South African Mathiam Keyser (70), Indonesians George Gandranata (71) and Samarth Dwivedi (69), Jay Bayron (71) of the Philippines and Malaysian Mohd Iylia Jamil (73) were bunched on six-under-par 206.


Leading Third Round Scores
203 Gavin Green (Mas) 68-67-68
204 Johnson Poh (Sin) 71-66-67
205 Paul Harris (US) 64-73-68, Nicholas Fung (Mas) 68-68-69, Panuwat Muenlek (Tha) 70-68-67, Sukree Othman (Mas) 68-67-70
206 David Gleeson (Aus) 69-68-69, Ian Andrew (Ina) 70-68-68, Jakraphan Premsirigorn (Tha) 68-67-71
207 Natthapong Niyomchon (Tha) 67-70-70, Puk Pradittan (Tha) 68-69-70, Mathiam Keyser (SA) 68-69-70, George Gandranata (Ina) 69-67-71, Jay Bayron (Phi) 67-69-71, Samarth Dwivedi (Ind) 71-67-69, Mohd Iylia Jamil (Mas) 67-67-73, Suradit Yongcharoenchai (Tha) 66-68-73, Tanutchan Puaktes (Tha) 72-67-68

PGM Port Dickson Championship R3 Result


Wednesday, 25 May 2016

PGM Port Dickson Championship 2016 - Round 1



Harris takes early lead in Port Dickson
 Seeking a first win on the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour, Paul Harris got off to a good start in the PGM Port Dickson Championship today when he fired a seven-under-par 64.
 The American had nine birdies, countered by two bogeys in an effort that gave him a one-stroke lead on the first day of the RM200,000 tournament at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club.
 Indonesia’s Danny Masrin was second after a commendable 65, and Thailand’s Suradit Yongcharoenchai and Nattawat Suvanajanakorn both shot 66s for a tie for third place.
Meanwhile, Malaysia’s Mohd Iylia Jamil, Jay Bayron of the Philippines, Australia’s Adam Blyth and American Johannes Veerman were joint fifth on 67.
There were seven local lads in a 12-way tie for 10th spot – Abel Tam, Hans Jamil, Gavin Green, Nicholas Fung, Sukree Othman, Shaifubari Muda and Idzkandar Marappan – all matching the Thai quintet of Nirun Sae-Ueng, Puk Pradittan, Nitithorn Thippongand and Jakraphan Premsirigorn, and South African Mathiam Keyser with 68s.
Twenty-three year-old Tam said he was pleased with his round, which he termed was “decent” and added that he was looking to continuing with his form of today.
“(Coach) C.M. Chong has been helping me with my game and I’m improving, even if it appears to be rather slowly.
“Today I played steady and had those four birdies, along with the bogey at the start of my second nine (the 1st hole). So I am pleased with how it went.
“I know there is still a long way to go in this event and for me to improve overall, but I feel that my mental game has changed for the better and I’m really happy about that,” he added.
Twenty-year-old Harris said: “I made a few good putts today, 10-12 footers and it gave me some confidence.
“I also had a good start with a 20-footer for birdie on the 1st hole and that was key to the putting,” added Harris who had 26 putts today.
“The course is in a good condition and I am happy to have started well today. This is the best round I have had on the Tour and I am looking forward to more.”
Meanwhile, Masrin, who has had two top-10s this year, including an excellent showing at Glenmarie, said: “I hit the ball solid today. I hit 14 fairways and I didn’t miss any greens. I played consistently well and gave myself birdie chances.”




 




Saturday, 14 May 2016

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Bukit Jawi Championship title in Penang HOLE BY HOLE SCORES

 Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Bukit Jawi Championship title in Penang HOLE BY HOLE SCORES


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Danny Chia won for the first time this season when he retained the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Bukit Jawi Championship title in Penang today.
A five-under-par 67 secured the crown at Bukit Jawi Golf Resort for the 43-year-old, who is also Malaysia's top ranked player.
Chia finished on 18-under 270 for a five-stroke cushion at the top of the leaderboard and took home RM35,000 for his week's work. Last year he won it with a six-shot margin.
Speaking after his victory, Chia said: "I feel great now. I kept my focus on what I needed to do and stayed compose through the day. 
"I didn't drive the ball that well today but I scrambled good enough to make it count. I had some good recovery shots and that really helped. 
"Generally, I have been doing well and it's great to win after coming close a couple of weeks back, he added in reference to finishing second to Sutijet at the PGM Palm Resort Championship, where he missed out by a single stroke.
Looking ahead, Chia said: "I am going to Japan next week for the US Open Qualifying and I'm also aiming to spending some time with my family before coming back to the Asian Tour." 
In another strong showing by the home country, Malaysia filled the top three spots as Ben Leong and Gavin Green finished tied for second place.
Leong carded a fourth and final day 69, while Green, who led the tournament over the first two rounds, shot a 71. They were on 13-under 275.
Lexus Keoninh signed for the low round of the day after he returned with a six-under 66. That sterling display, which would have been even better but for a bogey-six at the last hole, had the American finish in a three-way tie for fourth place.
Alongside Keoninh on 12-under 276 were Thailand's Itthipat Buranatanyarat, who shot a final round 68, and Johannes Veerman of the United States, who stumbled to an even-par 72.
South African Mathiam Keyser fired a 70 that left him on 10-under 278, alone in seventh place.
Malaysia's Mohd Iylia Jamil (68), James Byrne of Scotland (68), Thailand's Tawit Polthai (68) and Singapore's Johnson Poh (69) were joint eighth on nine-under 279 in an event co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and one that carries world-ranking points.

Leading Final Round Scores
1          270  -18  Danny Chia (Mas)  71-67-65-67 
2          275  -13  Ben Leong (Mas)  67-69-70-69 
2          275  -13  Gavin Green (Mas)  67-67-70-71 
4          276  -12  Lexus Keoninh (US)  69-73-68-66 
4          276  -12  Itthipat Buranatanyarat (Tha)  67-72-69-68 
4          276  -12  Johannes Veerman (US)  68-70-66-72 
7          278  -10  Mathiam Keyser (SA)  74-67-67-70 
8          279  -9  Mohd Iylia Jamil (Mas)  71-71-69-68 
8          279  -9  James Byrne (Sco)  73-68-70-68 
8          279  -9  Tawit Polthai (Tha)  71-69-71-68 
8          279  -9  Johnson Poh (Sin)  72-70-68-69 
12        280  -8  Shariffuddin Ariffin (Mas)  73-70-70-67 
12        280  -8  Chanat Sakulpolphaisan (Tha)  74-69-69-68 
12        280  -8  David Gleeson (Aus)  72-71-68-69 
15        281  -7  Koh Deng Shan (Sin)  71-68-73-69 
15        281  -7  Baxter Reeves (US)  71-67-71-72 
15        281  -7  Josh Salah (US)  67-74-66-74

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Friday, 13 May 2016

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Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Bukit Jawi Championship

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Danny Chia won for the first time this season when he retained the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Bukit Jawi Championship title in Penang today.
A five-under-par 67 secured the crown at Bukit Jawi Golf Resort for the 43-year-old, who is also Malaysia's top ranked player.
Chia finished on 18-under 270 for a five-stroke cushion at the top of the leaderboard and took home RM35,000 for his week's work. Last year he won it with a six-shot margin.
Speaking after his victory, Chia said: "I feel great now. I kept my focus on what I needed to do and stayed compose through the day. 
"I didn't drive the ball that well today but I scrambled good enough to make it count. I had some good recovery shots and that really helped. 
"Generally, I have been doing well and it's great to win after coming close a couple of weeks back, he added in reference to finishing second to Sutijet at the PGM Palm Resort Championship, where he missed out by a single stroke.
Looking ahead, Chia said: "I am going to Japan next week for the US Open Qualifying and I'm also aiming to spending some time with my family before coming back to the Asian Tour." 
In another strong showing by the home country lads, Malaysia filled the top three spots as Ben Leong and Gavin Green finished tied for second place.
Leong carded a fourth and final day 69, while Green, who led the tournament over the first two rounds, shot a 71. They were on 13-under 275.
Lexus Keoninh signed for the low round of the day after he returned with a six-under 66. That sterling display, which would have been even better but for a bogey-six at the last hole, had the American finish in a three-way tie for fourth place.
Alongside Keoninh on 12-under 276 were Thailand's Itthipat Buranatanyarat, who shot a final round 68, and Johannes Veerman of the United States, who stumbled to an even-par 72.
South African Mathiam Keyser fired a 70 that left him on 10-under 278, alone in seventh place.
Malaysia's Mohd Iylia Jamil (68), James Byrne of Scotland (68), Thailand's Tawit Polthai (68) and Singapore's Johnson Poh (69) were joint eighth on nine-under 279 in an event co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and one that carries world-ranking points.

Leading Final Round Scores
1          270  -18  Danny Chia (Mas)  71-67-65-67 
2          275  -13  Ben Leong (Mas)  67-69-70-69 
2          275  -13  Gavin Green (Mas)  67-67-70-71 
4          276  -12  Lexus Keoninh (US)  69-73-68-66 
4          276  -12  Itthipat Buranatanyarat (Tha)  67-72-69-68 
4          276  -12  Johannes Veerman (US)  68-70-66-72 
7          278  -10  Mathiam Keyser (SA)  74-67-67-70 
8          279  -9  Mohd Iylia Jamil (Mas)  71-71-69-68 
8          279  -9  James Byrne (Sco)  73-68-70-68 
8          279  -9  Tawit Polthai (Tha)  71-69-71-68 
8          279  -9  Johnson Poh (Sin)  72-70-68-69 
12        280  -8  Shariffuddin Ariffin (Mas)  73-70-70-67 
12        280  -8  Chanat Sakulpolphaisan (Tha)  74-69-69-68 
12        280  -8  David Gleeson (Aus)  72-71-68-69 
15        281  -7  Koh Deng Shan (Sin)  71-68-73-69 
15        281  -7  Baxter Reeves (US)  71-67-71-72 
15        281  -7  Josh Salah (US)  67-74-66-74

Sunday, 1 May 2016

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All the top players have a very high level of sports and tennis intelligence otherwise they wouldn't be here.
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