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After a fine performance by Gavin Green in the previous Malaysian Amateur Open (MAO), the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) hopes for another stellar performance from its stable of amateurs in the 111th edition to be held from May 23-26 at the challenging and panoramic Royal Pahang Golf Club. Last year, Gavin Green ended Malaysia's drought of 15 years after his brilliant performance to win the national amateur open title.
Inaugurated in 1894, the championship survived the colonial era, two World Wars and the heaves and sighs of the nation to be a major golf amateur golf championship that it is today.
The MAO's steady rise in stature was further cemented in 2006 as it was included as an event in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, which ranks the world's top amateur golfers.
Even before gaining this honor, the MAO has always been a favorite for top amateurs in this region. A look at the list of former champions certainly confirms that.Past champions include names like Robert Allenby, Stephen Leaney, Jarrod Moseley, Mardan M