Tag Archive | "Asian Tour"

Anirban Lahiri CIMB Niaga Masters Champion 2014

The CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters 2014

The CIMB Niaga Indonesia Masters 2014 at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club ended with a new name at the top of the leader board. 26 year old Anirban Lahiri, born in India’s tech capital of Bangalore lifted his first trophy outside of his native country, with a 17 under 271, in the process pocketing the [...]

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Posted in 2014, May 2014, News, On TourComments (0)

Lee Westwood from England celebrates on the 18th green

Westwood Wins in The East Again at The Maybank Malaysian Open

Kuala Lumpur, April 20: Lee Westwood marched to a convincing seven-stroke victory for his first title in two years after a flawless four-under-par 68 at the Maybank Malaysian Open on Sunday. The Englishman completed his wire-to-wire win in style when he holed a 20-foot birdie putt on the last for an 18-under-par 270 winning total [...]

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Posted in 2014, May 2014, News, On TourComments (0)

Kiradech Aphibarnrat

‘The Fantastic Four’ all set for the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters 2014

Jakarta — Indonesian golf fans can look forward to watching reigning Asian Tour Order of Merit winner, Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand and 2010 British Open Champion, Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa, at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Matsters, which tees off at Royale Jakarta Golf Club from April 24 – 27 2014. “We are very pleased [...]

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Posted in 2014, March 2014, News, On TourComments (0)

Jababeka Golf & Country Club

Jababeka Golf & Country Club

As is the case with most residential golf courses, Jababeka Golf and Country Club was built primarily to increase the appeal of the residential real estate to be developed in the immediate vicinity, currently in its early stages. Currently there are approximately 500 members, mostly corporate memberships purchased by Japanese, Korean and Philippine factories established in the Cikarang Baru area.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, March 2014Comments (1)

Rory Hie

My 2013 season on tour

2013 has absolutely been a great year for me. I learned a lot through all my tournament experiences and developed my game better as a result. One of the highlights this year was certainly winning my 3rd international title and winning a car as a bonus (thanks to Subaru) in Mission Hills Shenzhen, China. I’m [...]

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Posted in 2014, February 2014, News, On TourComments (0)

Gaganjeet Bhullar the Indonesia Open Champion 2013

Nostalgic Bhullar clinches the Indonesia Open 2013

Gaganjeet Bhullar the talented Indian golfer clinched the Indonesia Open at Damai Indah Golf’s Pantai Indah Kapuk course in North Jakarta, posting a flawless final round 68 and a total of -16 for the tournament. The Indian had led from day one of the Open having posted a sizzling 64 during the opening round. A combination of confidence, patience, and an exhibition of long straight driving, alongside a sound short game, was the difference between Bhullar and the rest of the field.

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Posted in 2013, December 2013, NewsComments (0)

Henrik Stenson

How the OWGR is misused (part 1)

World professional golf is played on different, separate and regional tours: in declining importance (read: prize money) the six leading tours US PGA Tour, European Tour, Japan Golf Tour, South African Sunshine Tour, Asian Tour and Australasian Tour. Other smaller tours are the Canadian Tour, OneAsia, Latinoamerica, Korean Tour and the 2nd divisions of the US Tour (Web.com) and the European Tour (Challenge Tour). The US Tour is by far the richest: to be accepted on the official tour agenda, an event must offer a minimum total purse of $ 6.5 million, of which $ 1 million goes to the winner.

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Posted in 2013, December 2013, NewsComments (0)

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