Shah Alam [SELANGOR]: American Trevor Simsby picked up his first Asian Tour title after sinking a four-foot birdie putt to emerge triumphant on the second play-off hole against Andrew Dodt of Australia at the weather shortened Bandar Malaysia Open on Sunday.
Shah Alam [SELANGOR]: Multiple tour winner Andrew Dodt of Australia continued his bogey-free run by signing for a second-round four-under-par 68 to stay atop the leaderboard at the weather-disrupted Bandar Malaysia Open on Friday.
Shah Alam [SELANGOR]: The prestigious Malaysian Open received a massive shot in the arm with Bandar Malaysia being named as the title sponsor for one of the region’s most highly regarded national Opens.
Kota Kinabalu [SABAH]: Ben Leong trails the leading pack by a single stroke after the opening round of the Sabah Masters onThursday.
Kota Kinabalu [SABAH]: Local boy Ben Leong will be counting on home comfort when he tees off the storied Sabah Masters, which gets underway at the Sutera Harbour Golf and Country Club starting Thursday.
Kuching [SARAWAK]: Australian Andrew Dodt defeated Richard T. Lee of Canada on the first extra hole after sinking a two-foot birdie putt to win his third Asian Tour title and first in four years at the Sarawak Championship on Sunday.
Kuching [SARAWAK]: The Sarawak Championship will return for its second straight edition on the Asian Tour from August 15-18 next month.
SUBANG: A leaderboard finish it was not but Nicholas Fung was all smiles after carving out a personal best at the US$3 million Maybank Championship on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond will be banking on his early form to make his exceptional season even better at the US$3 million Maybank Championship, which tees off at the Saujana Golf and Country Club from March 21 to 24.