Thursday, 13 March 2014

PGM Tour's CCM Rahman Putra Championship

Day 4  BRETT Munson won the PGM Tour shortened CCM Rahman Putra Championship at Kelab Rahman Putra in Sungai Buloh today after firing a four-under 68.

Bret Munson
The American finished with an eight-under 208 total that gave him a one-stroke victory over the Thai pair of Annop Tangkamolprasert (69) and Pavit Tangkamolprasert (71). Ben Leaong  not too far down with  a good 69 last day
Bret Munson from US  win

Aril Rizama the best Malaysian  at 9 th

pgm ccm priz giving

Seasoned Malaysian Missed the cut

Day  3  THE PGM Tour’s CCM Rahman Putra Championship was today reduced to three rounds due to the hazardous haze that has engulfed most parts of Peninsular Malaysia.

Haze  Over Kuala  Lumpur Sun twin tower not visible Time  4.30 pm  14-3-14
There should have been wet  chilled towels for players to facilitate some breathing

Confirming the move, tournament director of the RM200,000 event that is co-sanctioned by the Asian Development Tour, Gen (R) Ron Mahendran said the air pollutant index (API) was “too high to risk the health of the players”.

“We have no choice but to forego the third round today as the API was in the region of 164 and deemed a health hazard,” he explained. “As a consequence we will have one more round tomorrow, if the circumstances allow, after which we will declare the winner.

“Failing this, we will hold a sudden-death playoff between the two top-players – Singaporean Lam Zhiqun and Pavit Tangkamolprasert of Thailand, who are the joint leaders on six-under-par 138 after yesterday’s second round.”

Should the event go ahead tomorrow as planned, it has the makings of an enthralling climax as the top 15 players on the leaderboard are separated by just four strokes, and indeed, any of the leading 20 are in with a chance of capturing the RM35,000 first prize.

The tournament also carries world rankings points for the top-six, and thus the entry of a huge foreign contingent.

Khor Kheng Hwai is Malaysia’s top-placed player, in a tie for third alongside first round leader Paul Harris of the US, Japan’s Konosuke Nakazato and Australian Daniel Bringolf a stroke off the pace on 139.

Will be an exciting event tomorrow if the weather permits. 
Hazy Hazardous  Kuala  Lumpur-12-3-2014
Hazy Hazardous  Kuala  Lumpur-- Players are in danger of respiratory ailments Any solutions will be welcomed by all-

Popular PGM Tour's CCM Rahman Putra Championship  attracting payer world over is crowding at  the top with single stroke difference.Any thing can happen next two days. 

One day good game next day bad  game is not due to bodily wing or technical problem that require external assistance but self analysis,self analysis of the ind staying cool and confident saying there is nothing wrong with me I CAN DO.  External assistance will lead to more confusion and destruction of confidence the most important element in any endeavour. I CAN DO- is the  the theme  by  you can do too.
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14 Malaysian Pros in Cut -PGM Tour's CCM Rahman Putra Championship

Playing under hazardous Extreme  Hazy conditions must be addressed

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