Rawang [SELANGOR]: It proved a rewarding experience for the 113 golfers of varying abilities who turned up for the inaugural The ClubHouse Golf Day on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) together with the National Sports Council (NSC) have earmarked six men and five lady amateurs for the 2017 Kuala Lumpur South East Asian (SEA) Games project squad.
RAWANG [Selangor]: The country’s top ranked women amateur Genevieve Ling believes that a strong mindset is key to a good performance at the 32nd Malaysian Ladies Amateur Open, which begins tomorrow.
Kuala Lumpur: Buoyed by her recent selection to the national squad for the South East Asia (SEA) Games, Malaysia’s top-ranked women amateur Genevieve Ling claimed her maiden National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) title at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic on Tuesday.
Kangar (PERLIS): Johor’s Loy Hee Ying produced the upset of the tournament as she came back from behind to beat her more fancied opponents and claim the ladies’ individual gold at the 17th Malaysian Games (SUKMA) on Tuesday.
Kangar (PERLIS): Perak and Terengganu are on the cusp of claiming their maiden golfing golds at the Malaysian Games (SUKMA) after a fiercely contested second round of the golf championship on Monday.
Kangar (PERLIS): Perak’s Low Khai Jei lived up to his pre-tournament billing as one of the amateurs to watch at the 17th Malaysian Games (SUKMA) when he secured a share of the opening round lead on Tuesday.