2017 # Professional Golf Malaysia #DAMARU GOLF - golf Calendar 2017


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2017 # Professional golf Malaysia - golf Calendar

2017 # Professional golf Malaysia - golf Calendar
GALAXY OF SPONSORS AND VENUES FRO 2017 LINE UP OF  #PGM GOLF  EXCITING GOLF.REPORTING TO YOU BY #DAMARU GOLF- THE PLAYERS MEDIA


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For 2015-2016  total prize money of RM6.235 million.

The increase of RM1.2 million this season will see 43 events in all, staged next year. The PGM Tour will co-sanction 12 tournaments with the Asian Development Tour (RM2.45 mil) and three with the Asean PGA Tour (RM540,000). 





Stars of  2014


guess who












Growing even more faster



Asian Development Tour 2015 Schedule
Jan 28-31: PGM Sime Darby Harvard Championship, Harvard GCC, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Feb 25-28: PGM CCM Rahman Putra Championship, Kelab Rahman Putra Malaysia, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Mar 11-14: PGM Terengganu Championship, Resorts World Kijal, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Mar 18-21: PGM LADA Langkawi Championship, Gunung Raya Golf Resorts, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Apr 08-11: PGM Johor Championship, Johor Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Apr 15-18: ICTSI Orchard Championship, Orchard Golf and Country Club, TBA
Apr 22-25: ICTSI Sherwood Hills Classic, Sherwood Hills Golf Club, TBA
May 06-09: PGM Sabah Championship, Sabah Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
May 13-16: PGM MNRB Sarawak Championship, Kelab Golf Sarawak, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
May 27-30: PGM Port Dickson Championship, Port Dickson Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Jun 10-13: PGM Vascory Templer Park Championship, Templer Park Country Club, RM250,000 (approx. US$80,000)
Jun 25-28: Jakarta Classic, TBA, US$60,000
Aug 12-15: PGM Northport Glenmarie Championship, Glenmarie Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Aug 27-30: Ciputra Golfpreneur Tournament, Damai Indah Golf, BSD Course, US$100,000
Oct 08-11: Jakarta Invitational, TBA, US$60,000
Nov 04-07: PGM Tiara Championship, Tiara Meleka Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
Nov 25-28: PGM MIDF KLGCC Championship, Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000)
TBA: ADT Chinese Taipei









2014 PGM Tour Season   from Toddler to….  Yet only…..
KUALA LUMPUR – DECEMBER 29, 2013 – In a milestone breakthrough the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour has unveiled its 2014 Schedule with prize money that eclipses the RM5 million-mark.

Making the announcement at a Press Conference at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club today, PGM chairman and the driving force behind the rapid growth of the Tour that enters its fourth full season next year, Tun Ahmad Sarji also divulged that there would be a few more tournaments added to the Schedule, which will boast a collect prize purse of RM5.003 million.

“We are pleased that today we can stand here and tell our (Tour) members that next season there will be a prize money of RM 5 million and that the number of tournaments has been increased to 36 including the Satellite events – whereby there are 11. The Satellite Tour is PGM’s grass root program to tap young talents for a career in professional golf.

“In all, there will be 25 tournaments on the Tour proper, of which 11 will be co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour (ADT). This also represents an increase from nine this year. And again, there will be three events to be run in association with the Asean PGA Tour – the same as this season. The ADT events form an important component within PGM to enable Malaysia golfers to come within the top 300 in the official World Golf Rankings to qualify in the 2016 Olympics.

“At this juncture,” said Tun Sarji,“ we would like to record our thanks to both the ADT and Asean PGA for their continued support of the PGM Tour. The Asian Tour’s support for PGM is most beneficial to Malaysia in the light of the 2016 Olympics.

Four tournaments namely the LADA Langkawi Masters, Sabah Championship, MNRB Sarawak Championship and MIDF KLGCC Championship have had their purses boosted to RM250,000 – all up from RM200,000.

Among the newcomers on the Schedule will be the Swiss-Garden Closed Championship in Perak, the Amverton Cove Closed Championship in Selangor, the Asean PGA Staffield Championship in Negeri Semiblan, the Putrajaya Championship in Putrajaya and the Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka.

The additions merely serve to further consolidate the Tour’s ambitions of spreading the game to other parts of the country on a variety of courses to test the fitness and skills of our professional golfers.

In many ways, the expanded Tour does not come as a surprise as it has developed steadfastly and grown in stature through a sustained effort to make it what it should be -  a Tour of substance and one which truly reflects a national growth of the sport.

“The inclusion of the new events has been made possible by added sponsorship,” said Tun Sarji. “And with this we are most grateful to the new sponsors who have seen it fit to join forces with the PGM Tour. We are equally appreciative of the support we have received from the sponsors who were with us this season and those who have been with us from the start of the Tour in 2010.

“Without their commitment to helping develop golf in this country, we would not be where we are today,” said Tun Sarji, who noted that they viewed the 2013 season as “a successful one” and looked forward to the 2014 campaign with even greater anticipation.

“Our players on Tour have shown remarkable progress and this is evident in the lower scores we see carded regularly these days,” he said. “And the courses that we play on Tour have also shown a marked improvement and this view comes from the players themselves.

“Of course, we know there are still some venues that can be improved upon and we are in constant touch with their management teams, looking at ways to achieve this. But overall, we are pleased with the state of our game and hope to make it even better in 2014, more so with the increased sponsorship and number of tournaments.”

The 2014 season will start with the I&P Tournament of Champions at Templer Park Country Club in Rawang from 13-16th January 2014 while the 2013 Maybank Players Championship is set for Saujana Golf & Country from 11-14th December 2013.


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