Wednesday, 18 June 2014

PGM Perlis Closed Championship

PGM Perlis Closed Championship - Day 4 Final

PGM Perlis Closed Championship R4

Airil Takes it in Perlis
In-form player goes into the mid-season break feeling on top of the world

IN-FORM Airil Rizman won the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Perlis Closed Championship at Putra Golf Club in Kangar today.

The win, worth RM27,200, was a gradual rise to the top spot for Airil , who went three-two-one in his last three tournaments. He was third at the PGM Melaka Championship and runner-up at the Vascory Templer Park Championship last week.

Coming into the last round today with a two-stroke cushion, Airil shot a two-under 69 that gave him a six-under 282 total and five-stroke victory margin.

Mohamad Rizal Amin, who has also shown some good form this season, achieved a career-best finish on the Tour with his second-place here. He too had a final day 69 and was one-under 287 for the tournament.

The Tour’s Order of Merit leader, R. Nachimuthu, signed for a closing even-par 72, and was tied for third with Wilson Choo (73) and Ben Leong (74) on one-over 289.

Twenty-one year-old Abel Tam, who led the RM170,000 event over the first two days, carded a 75 and finished sixth on 290, while Kim Leun Kwang (75) was another two shots back in seventh spot. Akhmal Tarmizee (72) was eighth on 294, with Lam Yu Shuen (73) and M. Sasidaran (74) joint ninth on 295.

Happy with his fine run of form, Airil said he was looking forward to the mid-season break that will be marked with the month of Ramadan.

“The timing has been perfect,” he said. “I had the third and second-place finishes before winning today, and as this is the start of the month-long break of the Tour, it is just excellent.

“I have really played well over the past few events and for it to be highlighted today is great with the victory.

“I hit the ball well during this good run and hope it continues through to the end of the season, which will be marked with five-months of tough tournaments when we return to action after Hari Raya,” he added.

Commenting on what has been the root of this good form, Airil said he changed all his equipment, barring his 3-wood, over the past couple of months and that this had worked well in his favour.  He added that his ankle injury was fully healed.

For his part, runner-up Rizal said he too was pleased with his week’s work in Perlis.

“I had a third-place finish at Impian (Championship) earlier this season, which equaled my best on the Tour,” said the 30-year-old who from Kedah. “So to get a second place here is really very nice.”

And he added: “But that is not the end hopefully. I feel I have the game now to go on and win, so maybe the breakthrough will come sooner rather than later.”

The PGM Tour’s second half of the season will resume with the PGM Asean Penang Championship at Penang Golf Club (formerly known as Bukit Jambul Country Club) in Bayan Lepas from August 6-9.

Leading Fourth Round Scores

282 Airil Rizman 71-71-71-69
287 Mohamad Rizal Amin 70-75-73-69
289 R. Nachimuthu 73-70-74-72, Wilson Choo 70-74-72-73, Ben Leong 74-68-73-74
290 Abel Tam 69-72-74-75
292 Kim Leun Kwang 70-73-74-75
294 Akhmal Tarmizee 75-71-76-72
295 Lam Yu Shuen 76-73-73-73, M. Sasidaran 74-70-77-74
299 Shaifubari Muda 78-72-76-73, S. Murthy 76-74-73-76
300 Rahizam Ramli 75-74-80-71, Nicholas Pua 80-76-71-73
301 Mohamad Azman Basharudin 78-73-75-75, Dino Abdillah 72-75-78-76
303 Farid Rashid 76-77-73-77, Muhammad Alwarith Damian 76-76-73-78, Mohd Nazri Mohd Zain 74-80-76-73

Final results and earnings follow:

Champion Airil is all smiles

Nachimuthu blasting out of the sand

Wilson Choo ties for 3rd place

2nd place Rizal Amin

Airil Rizman with the cheque

Ben Leong 


PGM Perlis Closed Championship - Day 3
AIRIL Rizman went to the top of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Perlis Closed Championship at Putra Golf Club in Kangar today.

The player, who finished the top pro at last week’s Vascory Templer Park Championship and had a third-place finish prior to that, shot a third consecutive one-under 71 to lead the tournament in the northern state by two strokes.

Ben Leong, who carded the low round (68) of the RM170,000 Perlis Closed on day two, shot a one-over 73 today and was left tied in second with Abel Tam, who led the event over the first two rounds and posted a 74 on day three. They were on 215.

Airil Rizman seen here firing his way to the 3rd round lead

Halfway leader Abel Tam 

 Ben Leong - clearly focused on the crown

YOUNG Abel Tam led a Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour event for the first time when he climbed to the top of the Perlis Closed Championship at Putra Golf Club in Kangar.

The 22-year-old lad from Johor Bahru, who only turned pro in March and is playing in just his eighth PGM tournament, shot a disciplined 69 to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the RM160,000 championship.

With a long list of seasoned campaigners in the field, Tam left  Mohamad Rizal Amin, Wilson Choo, Kim Leun Kwang to settle for second spot on 70, while in-from Airil Rizman was fifth, another stroke back.

Able TAM


Wilson Choo good with the putter
Rizal Ali

Saturday, 14 June 2014

records by Gaving at RM250,000 Vascory Templer Park Championship in Rawang

It is easy as A B C when the personality is right coupled with way of life and passion at 100%

Amateur GAVIN Green won the RM250,000 Vascory Templer Park Championship in Rawang today and did it in some style.He will continue to win  all PGM event when is here

The twenty-year-old Malaysian became the first amateur to win on the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour and the Asian Development Tour, who co-sanctioned the event.

PGM VaScory winner with the team PGM

Green today carded a second 64 of the tournament to finish with a massive 11-stroke victory at Templer Park Country Club. Indeed, with rounds of 67, 64, 67 and 64, this was a classy display that all of the pros in the field would have been proud of.

The University of New Mexico student also finished with the best scoring aggregate yet on either of the two Tours – 26-under-par, which would have knocked over many a record had it not been for the preferred lies used because of incessant rainfall.

comment by damaru golf  tech- Gaving will win all the PGM events if he takes part.Question will he? As just like the way he was given exemption of Q School by PGM ..Asian tour too will give him exemption taking in to account his Malaysian Open Performance.
So all probability is he will net play in all event of PGM Tour.  doors   open  easy to the right person

Gaving the winner less  Money but a trophy

Thursday, 12 June 2014



day 2 MALAYSIA’S Gavin Green shot an eight-under 64 to take a two-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Vascory Templer Park Championship in Rawang today.

The country's top-ranker amateur, and among its brightest prospects, finished on 13-under 131 at Templer Park Country Club to take a slender lead over Shaaban Hussin, who posted the low round of the day, signing for a nine-under 63.

Malaysia occupied the top three slots as Khor Kheng Hwai shot a 67 that left him on nine-under for the tournament and four strokes off the pace.

An exciting day awaits the players tomorrow as we see if the top 3 Malaysian contenders can sustain their positions.

Round 2 - Results
1131-13Gavin GREEN (A) (MAS)6764
2133-11Shaaban HUSSIN (MAS)7063
3135-9KHOR Kheng Hwai (MAS)6867
4137-7YE Jian-feng (CHN)6869
5=138-6Nicholas FUNG (MAS)6870
5=138-6Mathiam KEYSER (RSA)6672
5=138-6Jake SHEPHERD (ENG)6870
8=139-5Lindsay RENOLDS (CAN)7267
8=139-5Wisut ARTJANAWAT (THA)7069
8=139-5Jay BAYRON (PHI)7168
8=139-5Airil Rizman ZAHARI (MAS)6871
12=140-4Ben LEONG (MAS)6872
12=140-4Masaru TAKAHASHI (JPN)6872
14=141-3Grant JACKSON (ENG)6873
14=141-3Shubhankar SHARMA (IND)7269
14=141-3Kwanchai TANNIN (THA)7467
14=141-3Rizal AMIN (MAS)6972
18=142-2S. Siva Chandhran (MAS)6973
18=142-2Wolmer MURILLO (VEN)6874
18=142-2Darren TAN (AUS)7171
18=142-2CHANG Tse-Peng (TPE)6874
18=142-2Abel TAM (MAS)7270
18=142-2Danny CHIA (MAS)6973
18=142-2Poom SAKSANSIN (THA)7270
25=143-1KOH Deng Shan (SIN)7271
25=143-1R.J. CARACELLA (AUS)7370
25=143-1PARK Jin-Woo (KOR)7172
25=143-1Pasamet POGAMNERD (THA)7271
25=143-1Annop TANGKAMOLPRASERT (THA)6974
25=143-1Sattaya SUPUPRAMAI (THA)7568
25=143-1Suppakorn UTHAIPAT (THA)7568
25=143-1Peter RICHARDSON (ENG)6974
25=143-1Rattanon WANNASRICHAN (THA)7271
25=143-1Malcolm KOKOCINSKI (SWE)7370
35=144EAkhmal TARMIZEE (MAS)7569
35=144ESenroku ISA (JPN)7272
35=144EHans JAMIL (MAS)7371
35=144ER. Nachimuthu (MAS)7371
35=144ECHOO Tze Huang (SIN)7074
35=144EDino ABDILLAH (MAS)7569
35=144EMitchell SLORACH (SIN)7173
35=144EMatthew TWEDDELL (ENG)7470
35=144EPoosit SUPUPRAMAI (THA)7272
35=144EJames BOWEN (USA)7173
35=144ES. Murthy (MAS)7074
35=144ETenka TERADA (JPN)7173
35=144EKevin MARQUES (AUS)6975
48=145+1Yuki USAMI (JPN)6877
48=145+1Mars PUCAY (PHI)7471
48=145+1Piya SWANGARUNPORN (THA)7372
48=145+1Casey O'TOOLE (USA)7372
48=145+1Shaun MALONE (ENG)7372
48=145+1Victor LEE (KOR)7273
48=145+1Ervin CHANG (A) (MAS)7273
48=145+1LIM Eng Seng (MAS)7174
48=145+1Daniel NG (MAS)7174
48=145+1Philip MATSSON (THA)7273
58=146+2Brett MUNSON (USA)7472
58=146+2Konosuke NAKAZATO (JPN)7373
58=146+2GOH Kun-Yang (SIN)7472
58=146+2Man O IM (USA)7274
58=146+2Wilson CHOO (MAS)7571
58=146+2CHEN Ming-chuan (TPE)7472
58=146+2Arie IRAWAN (MAS)7670
58=146+2Kemarol BAHARIN (MAS)7373
58=146+2Naoto NAKANISHI (JPN)7175
58=146+2Andrew S. COOPER (AUS)7175
58=146+2Tommy CHIN (MAS)7274
58=146+2Clarke LUTTON (SCO)7373
70=147+3V. Arumugam (MAS)7671
70=147+3Jack MUNRO (AUS)7572
70=147+3Mohamad Azman BASHARUDIN (MAS)7671
70=147+3Sukree OTHMAN (MAS)7770
74=148+4Pasavee LERTVILAI (THA)7573
74=148+4Jarin TODD (USA)7573
74=148+4Iqbal YUSOFF (MAS)7177
74=148+4Matthew MCBAIN (AUS)7870
74=148+4Pongthep JAEWCHUMNANCHAO (THA)7078
74=148+4 Rufino BAYRON (PHI) 7672
74=148+4HSU Chia-Jen (TPE)7375
81=149+5Iain STEEL (MAS)7871
81=149+5Mitsuhiko HASHIZUME (JPN)7475
81=149+5Roberto GALLETTI (USA)7772
81=149+5Katsunari TAKAHASHI (JPN)7574
81=149+5Pavit TANGKAMOLPRASERT (THA)7178
81=149+5LAM Kong Loong (MAS)7673
81=149+5Somsak KAOPRATUM (THA)7376
81=149+5Farhan SYARIF (MAS)7871
89=150+6Matt KILLEN (ENG)7872
89=150+6LAM Yu Shuen (MAS)7773
89=150+6Nils FLOREN (SWE)7179
89=150+6Anis HASSAN (MAS)7278
93151+7Tirawat KAEWSIRIBANDIT (THA)7972
94=152+8Lion GOH (MAS)7775
94=152+8Paul HARRIS (USA)7478
94=152+8Muhammad Al-Warith (MAS)7775
94=152+8M. Sasidaran (MAS)7577
94=152+8Yutaka ARAKI (JPN)7676
94=152+8Ali Reza KHAIRUDDIN (MAS)7577
94=152+8Takashi OKUDA (JPN)7676
94=152+8Kenneth DE SILVA (MAS)7577
102=153+9Zen DHARMARATNE (MAS)7479
102=153+9S.Tamilchelvam (MAS)7875
102=153+9Shaifubari MUDA (MAS)7677
102=153+9Azmer MERZAM (MAS)7875
102=153+9Tommy MANSUWAN (THA)7578
102=153+9KIM Leun-kwang (MAS)7776
108=154+10Farid RASHID (MAS)7381
108=154+10Nattapong PUTTA (THA)7480
110=155+11Jonathan WONG (MAS)7679
110=155+11Matthew WILLIAMS (NZL)7778
110=155+11Reagan PNG (SIN)7877
110=155+11Keegan KAM (MAS)7778
110=155+11Mohd Hafiz (MAS)8075
115156+12Joshua GIBBONS (A) (MAS)7680
116=157+13Adam WARD (ENG)8374
116=157+13G. Sugumaran (MAS)7681
116=157+13Shariffudin ARIFFIN (MAS)7582
116=157+13Faridil ATRAS (MAS)8077
116=157+13Nicholas PUA (MAS)8176
121=158+14A. Sasar (MAS)7682
121=158+14Kenneth TOBUSE (MAS)7979
123=159+15Quinton HOWE (AUS)8079
123=159+15Irfan YUSOFF (MAS)8178
123=159+15Idzkandar MARAPPAN (MAS)8178
123=159+15LAM Kong Foo (A) (MAS)8079
127=160+16Mohd Iylia JAMIL (MAS)7981
127=160+16Aizat KASIM (MAS)8377
127=160+16Muhammad AZRY (MAS)7684
130=161+17KHOR Kheng Howe (MAS)8180
130=161+17NG Choo Teck (A) (MAS)7883
130=161+17S. Sasikumar (A) (MAS)7586
130=161+17Hidezumi SUZUKI (JPN)8081
134163+19CHONG Lip-shien (MAS)8281
135164+20Ariff SARJI (MAS)8579
136169+25Aidil HARIS (MAS)8683
137171+27Zaizuri OMAR (MAS)8586
138178+34Gobind SIDHU (A) (MAS)8989
142RTDRTDPeriyono Dolsalim (MAS)RTDRTD

hole by hole

day 1 Mathiam Keyser carded six-under 66 to take the first round lead at the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour's Vascory Templer Park Championship at Templer Park Country Club in Rawang, Selangor today.

The South African's effort was a stroke better than that of Malaysia's top-ranked amateur Gavin Green, who fired a 67 to sit in second spot, with a 10-way tied just a shot back.

In that group on four-under 68 were Malaysia's Khor Kheng Hwai, Ben Leong, Airil Rizman and Nicholas Fung, along with England's Jake Shepherd and Grant Jackson, China's Ye Jian-Feng, Venezuelan Wolmer Murillo, Taipei's Chang Tse-Peng, and Japan's Yuki Usami and Masaru Takahashi.
Gavin Green

11th - 14th June 2014
Templer Park Country Club
Round 1 - Results
166-6Mathiam KEYSER (RSA)3036
267-5Gavin GREEN (A) (MAS)3433
3=68-4KHOR Kheng Hwai (MAS)3533
3=68-4Airil Rizman ZAHARI (MAS)3137
3=68-4Jake SHEPHERD (ENG)3335
3=68-4Yuki USAMI (JPN)3335
3=68-4YE Jian-feng (CHN)3434
3=68-4Ben LEONG (MAS)3434
3=68-4Grant JACKSON (ENG)3533
3=68-4Nicholas FUNG (MAS)3632
3=68-4Wolmer MURILLO (VEN)3434
3=68-4Masaru TAKAHASHI (JPN)3434
3=68-4CHANG Tse-Peng (TPE)3335
14=69-3Danny CHIA (MAS)3336
14=69-3Peter RICHARDSON (ENG)3435
14=69-3Rizal AMIN (MAS)3633
14=69-3Kevin MARQUES (AUS)3534
14=69-3S. Siva Chandhran (MAS)3633
20=70-2Pongthep JAEWCHUMNANCHAO (THA)3733
20=70-2S. Murthy (MAS)3634
20=70-2CHOO Tze Huang (SIN)3733
20=70-2Shaaban HUSSIN (MAS)3535
20=70-2Wisut ARTJANAWAT (THA)3436
25=71-1Mitchell SLORACH (SIN)3833
25=71-1LIM Eng Seng (MAS)3536
25=71-1Nils FLOREN (SWE)3536
25=71-1James BOWEN (USA)3734
25=71-1Daniel NG (MAS)3635
25=71-1Naoto NAKANISHI (JPN)3635
25=71-1Jay BAYRON (PHI)3635
25=71-1Tenka TERADA (JPN)3635
25=71-1Andrew S. COOPER (AUS)3635
25=71-1Darren TAN (AUS)3536
25=71-1PARK Jin-Woo (KOR)3635
25=71-1Iqbal YUSOFF (MAS)3635
38=72EErvin CHANG (A) (MAS)3537
38=72EPoosit SUPUPRAMAI (THA)3438
38=72EAbel TAM (MAS)3735
38=72EAnis HASSAN (MAS)3537
38=72EPoom SAKSANSIN (THA)3636
38=72ERattanon WANNASRICHAN (THA)3636
38=72EPhilip MATSSON (THA)3735
38=72ETommy CHIN (MAS)3834
38=72ESenroku ISA (JPN)3735
38=72EKOH Deng Shan (SIN)3636
38=72ELindsay RENOLDS (CAN)3537
38=72EShubhankar SHARMA (IND)3735
38=72EPasamet POGAMNERD (THA)3438
38=72EMan O IM (USA)3636
38=72EVictor LEE (KOR)3636
53=73+1Kemarol BAHARIN (MAS)3736
53=73+1Malcolm KOKOCINSKI (SWE)3736
53=73+1HSU Chia-Jen (TPE)3736
53=73+1Clarke LUTTON (SCO)3736
53=73+1Somsak KAOPRATUM (THA)4033
53=73+1Farid RASHID (MAS)3736
53=73+1Konosuke NAKAZATO (JPN)3439
53=73+1Hans JAMIL (MAS)3736
53=73+1R. Nachimuthu (MAS)3835
53=73+1Piya SWANGARUNPORN (THA)3736
53=73+1R.J. CARACELLA (AUS)3637
53=73+1Casey O'TOOLE (USA)3538
53=73+1Shaun MALONE (ENG)3538
66=74+2CHEN Ming-chuan (TPE)3638
66=74+2Nattapong PUTTA (THA)3737
66=74+2Matthew TWEDDELL (ENG)3737
66=74+2Kwanchai TANNIN (THA)3638
66=74+2Zen DHARMARATNE (MAS)3440
66=74+2Mars PUCAY (PHI)3935
66=74+2Brett MUNSON (USA)3737
66=74+2Mitsuhiko HASHIZUME (JPN)3737
66=74+2Paul HARRIS (USA)3836
66=74+2GOH Kun-Yang (SIN)3737
76=75+3Katsunari TAKAHASHI (JPN)3837
76=75+3Wilson CHOO (MAS)3936
76=75+3Sattaya SUPUPRAMAI (THA)3837
76=75+3Suppakorn UTHAIPAT (THA)3738
76=75+3Kenneth DE SILVA (MAS)3540
76=75+3S. Sasikumar (A) (MAS)3639
76=75+3Pasavee LERTVILAI (THA)3837
76=75+3Akhmal TARMIZEE (MAS)3738
76=75+3Jarin TODD (USA)3540
76=75+3Jack MUNRO (AUS)3936
76=75+3M. Sasidaran (MAS)3639
76=75+3Shariffudin ARIFFIN (MAS)3639
76=75+3Dino ABDILLAH (MAS)3837
76=75+3Ali Reza KHAIRUDDIN (MAS)3639
76=75+3Tommy MANSUWAN (THA)3936
91=76+4Mohamad Azman BASHARUDIN (MAS)3838
91=76+4Takashi OKUDA (JPN)3739
91=76+4Arie IRAWAN (MAS)3739
91=76+4Rufino BAYRON (PHI)3640
91=76+4Joshua GIBBONS (A) (MAS)3838
91=76+4LAM Kong Loong (MAS)3739
91=76+4Jonathan WONG (MAS)3937
91=76+4G. Sugumaran (MAS)3739
91=76+4V. Arumugam (MAS)3838
91=76+4A. Sasar (MAS)3838
91=76+4Shaifubari MUDA (MAS)3739
91=76+4Yutaka ARAKI (JPN)3739
91=76+4Muhammad AZRY (MAS)3739
104=77+5Roberto GALLETTI (USA)4037
104=77+5Keegan KAM (MAS)3740
104=77+5Sukree OTHMAN (MAS)3839
104=77+5KIM Leun-kwang (MAS)3938
104=77+5Lion GOH (MAS)3839
104=77+5Muhammad Al-Warith (MAS)3938
104=77+5LAM Yu Shuen (MAS)3740
104=77+5Matthew WILLIAMS (NZL)3938
112=78+6Matthew MCBAIN (AUS)3939
112=78+6NG Choo Teck (A) (MAS)3840
112=78+6Farhan SYARIF (MAS)3840
112=78+6Matt KILLEN (ENG)4038
112=78+6S.Tamilchelvam (MAS)3939
112=78+6Iain STEEL (MAS)4038
112=78+6Azmer MERZAM (MAS)4038
112=78+6Reagan PNG (SIN)3642
120=79+7Tirawat KAEWSIRIBANDIT (THA)3841
120=79+7Kenneth TOBUSE (MAS)4039
120=79+7Mohd Iylia JAMIL (MAS)4039
123=80+8Faridil ATRAS (MAS)4040
123=80+8Mohd Hafiz (MAS)4337
123=80+8LAM Kong Foo (A) (MAS)4139
123=80+8Hidezumi SUZUKI (JPN)3842
123=80+8Quinton HOWE (AUS)3941
128=81+9KHOR Kheng Howe (MAS)3942
128=81+9Idzkandar MARAPPAN (MAS)4239
128=81+9Nicholas PUA (MAS)4338
128=81+9Irfan YUSOFF (MAS)4338
132=82+10Sam BURRELL (AUS)3943
132=82+10CHONG Lip-shien (MAS)4141
134=83+11Adam WARD (ENG)4439
134=83+11Aizat KASIM (MAS)4241
136=85+13Zamri SARIFF (MAS)4045
136=85+13Ariff SARJI (MAS)4144
136=85+13Zaizuri OMAR (MAS)4243
13986+14Aidil HARIS (MAS)4739
14089+17Gobind SIDHU (A) (MAS)4247
14192+20Ricky YEOW (MAS)4646
142RTDRTDPeriyono Dolsalim (MAS)RTDRTD