Shanghai [CHINA]: Ervin Chang remained bullish on the prospect of a title push at the 11th Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) despite a roller-coaster performance on Friday.
Shanghai [CHINA]: Ervin Chang is relishing the chance of contending for the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) after opening his 2019 campaign in solid fashion on Thursday.
Shanghai [CHINA]: Malaysia’s top-ranked amateur Ervin Chang hopes to commemorate the fighting spirit of his late mentor Arie Irawan with an inspired showing at the 11th playing of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, which starts Thursday.
SHANGHAI: The region’s best men’s amateur golfers will battle it out for top honours at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, which will be played 26-29 September at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China.
SINGAPORE: A chance meeting with Tom Watson sparked a final day comeback for Ervin Chang as he equalled the best-ever finish by a Malaysian at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.
SINGAPORE: Ervin Chang was the only bright spark on an otherwise disappointing moving day for the Malaysian representatives at the 10th Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship on Saturday.
SINGAPORE: Three Malaysians advanced into the weekend of the tenth anniversary edition of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship as Philippines’ Lloyd Jefferson Go and 2015 champion Jin Cheng of China secured a share of the halfway lead on Friday.
SINGAPORE: Muhammad Afif Mohd Razif and Bryan Teo Wiyang led the way for the Malaysians on the opening day of the 2018 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ervin Chang will look to make up for his Asian Games disappointment when he headlines the Malaysian challenge at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship this week.