Saturday, 29 November 2014

Airil Rizman wins in Melaka to lead PGM Tours order of merit 2014

Team PGM and Aril  @ Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed 

Airil Rizman secured a two-stroke victory at the Tiara Closed Championship to shoot to the top of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Order of Merit in Melaka this afternoon.

The 32-year-old from Perlis and who now resides in Kuala Lumpur, fired a fourth round 68 at Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club to finish with a nine-under 279 total – two better than Khor Kheng Hwai, who blitzed the course with an impressive seven-under-par 65.

Rizman’s win was his second of the season, following his triumph at the Perlis Closed in June. It also marked his fifth victory on the Tour and took him ahead of R. Nachimuthu on the Order of Merit.

The champion moved to RM173,713 on the PGM’s Official Money List, while Nachimuthu climbed to RM159,448, following his tie for 13thtoday, for which he won RM2,544.

Aril @ Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed 

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed Championship final leaderboard
Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed Championship final leaderboard

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed Championship final leaderboard

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Tiara Closed Championship final leaderboard

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka

Day  2   The second round sees Muhammad Alwarith taking the lead with a 6 under total leading by just one stroke followed closely by Akhmal Tarmizee who shot a 2 under today at the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka.

 Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka. leaderboard day 2
 Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka. leaderboard day 2

 Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka. leaderboard day 2

Muhammad Alwarith  @Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka today.

A three-way tie emerged after the first round of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM160,000 Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka today.
On a day that was punctuated by a suspension brought about by rain and lightning, Khor Kheng Hwai, Kenneth De Silva and Akhmal Tarmizee led the way with matching 69s at Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club.
Their three-under-par rounds were enough to secure a one-stroke lead over Irfan Yusoff and a two-shot margin ahead of Mohamad Azman Basharudin, Mohamad Rizal Amin and S. Murthy in joint fifth.
Airil Rizman, leading amateur player Low Khai Jei and S. Siva Chandhran were tied for eighth on even-par 72

Round 1 - Results


1= 69 -3 KHOR KHENG HWAI 35 34

1= 69 -3 KENNETH DE SILVA 36 33

1= 69 -3 AKHMAL TARMIZEE 32 37

4 70 -2 IRFAN YUSOFF 36 34


5= 71 -1 MOHAMAD RIZAL AMIN 36 35

5= 71 -1 S. MURTHY 35 36

8= 72 E AIRIL RIZMAN 36 36

8= 72 E LOW KHAI JEI (A) 37 35

8= 72 E S. SIVA CHANDHRAN 37 35

11= 73 +1 MUHAMMAD ALWARITH 34 39

11= 73 +1 MOHD SUKREE OTHMAN 37 36

11= 73 +1 BEN LEONG 37 36

11= 73 +1 LION GOH 37 36

15= 74 +2 KEMAROL BAHARIN 38 36

15= 74 +2 SHAABAN HUSSIN 37 37

15= 74 +2 MUHAMMAD ADAM SYAFIQ 36 38

15= 74 +2 SHAIFUBARI MUDA 39 35

19= 75 +3 JOHN PANG 38 37

19= 75 +3 NAZARUDIN TALIB 40 35

19= 75 +3 M. SASIDARAN 36 39

19= 75 +3 LIM ENG SENG 37 38

19= 75 +3 MOHD AMLI MOHIYADEEN 37 38

19= 75 +3 AHMAD FARHAN SYARIF 40 35

19= 75 +3 IYLIA JAMIL 37 38

19= 75 +3 AAERISHNA SHAHSTY (A) 38 37

19= 75 +3 P. GUNASAGARAN 37 38

19= 75 +3 R. NACHIMUTHU 39 36

19= 75 +3 MOHAMMAD AZRY ASYRAF 39 36

30= 76 +4 FADZLAN FARUK 37 39

30= 76 +4 ABEL TAM 38 38

30= 76 +4 KENNETH TOBUSE 39 37

30= 76 +4 DINO ABDILLAH 37 39

30= 76 +4 SHAHIZUL AHMAD 39 37

30= 76 +4 KIM LEUN KWANG 42 34

30= 76 +4 IQBAL YUSOFF 38 38

30= 76 +4 TAN CHIEN HAU 37 39


39= 77 +5 TOMMY CHIN 38 39

39= 77 +5 SULAIMAN IBRAHIM 41 36

39= 77 +5 KEEGAN KAM 38 39

39= 77 +5 FARID RASHID 40 37


39= 77 +5 JOHAN BAKAR 40 37


45= 78 +6 ALI REZA KHAIRUDDIN 40 38


47= 79 +7 HANS JAMIL 38 41


47= 79 +7 NICHOLAS PUA 37 42

47= 79 +7 LAM YU SHUEN 40 39

47= 79 +7 HILMI ABD RAHMAN 39 40

47= 79 +7 DANIAL MUKTI 38 41

47= 79 +7 ALMALIK FAISAL 37 42

55= 80 +8 ZEN DHARMARATNE 43 37

55= 80 +8 PERIYONO DOL SALIM 42 38

55= 80 +8 ABD SAMAT ABU 39 41

55= 80 +8 ARIFF SARJI 39 41

55= 80 +8 M. RAMAYAH 42 38

60= 81 +9 ZAMRI SARIFF 44 37

60= 81 +9 SON TONG LEONG (A) 38 43

60= 81 +9 MOHD SOPHEE YAACOB 41 40

60= 81 +9 MOHD NAZRI MOHD ZAIN 42 39

64= 82 +10 MUHAMMAD SYAKIR ADLI (A) 39 43

64= 82 +10 MIOR ASYRAF HAZIQ 41 41

64= 82 +10 MOHD MUSA FAKIR 42 40

64= 82 +10 A. SASAR 42 40

68= 83 +11 LEE YONG JUN (A) 39 44

68= 83 +11 SOLHAIRY SHARIF 40 43

68= 83 +11 S. TAMIL CHELVAN 38 45

71 84 +12 RICKY YEOW 42 42

72 85 +13 JOHNNY TAN 42 43

73 86 +14 AMINUDDIN AHMAD 42 44


As at:


5:22 PM

Round 1 suspended temporarily due to bad weather @ 1:16 pm

Round 1 resume @ 3:33 pm

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

RM6.235 million. for 2015 Oh boys get them
Kyi Hla Han, Tun Ahmad Sarji & A C Wong

As the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour prepares for its fifth full season in 2015, there was encouraging news delivered today that points to a bigger and better tour.

In outlining the mechanics of what will essentially make up the Tour next year, PGM Tour chairman, Tun Ahmad Sarji, said it would comprise of four tournament levels of components, with a total prize money of RM6.235 million.

The increase of RM1.2 million this season will see 43 events in all, staged next year. The PGM Tour will co-sanction 12 tournaments with the Asian Development Tour (RM2.45 mil) and three with the Asean PGA Tour (RM540,000). 

Malaysians in world golf ranking 

16th NOVEMBER 2014
This Week Last week

453 436 235 Nicholas Fung 0.3927 17.28 44 -15.97 2.92 44
522 518 1158 Arie Ahmad Irawan 0.3265 13.06 40 -1.14 12.77 35
543 604 702 Danny Chia 0.307 12.28 40 -6.6 12.47 32
687 681 823 Airil Rizman Zahari 0.1918 7.67 40 -3.07 6 26
724 715 851 Gavin Green(Am) 0.1659 6.64 40 -3.65 6 5
798 794 780 Shaaban Hussin 0.1321 5.28 40 -3.05 3 29
809 802 541 Iain Steel 0.1272 5.09 40 -6 - 27
817 817 1508 Khor Kheng-Hwai 0.1261 5.04 40 -0.18 5.22 22
835 838 1508 Ben Leong 0.1204 4.82 40 -0.4 5.22 9
847 841 778 R. Nachimuthu 0.1165 4.66 40 -4.32 3.6 25
1167 1167 1254 Sukree Othman 0.0411 1.65 40 -0.64 1.2 28
1273 1265 1508 Abel Tam 0.0297 1.19 40 -0.01 1.2 14
1321 1318 1508 Nicholas Pua 0.0262 1.05 40 -0.39 1.44

Bigger and Better 2014 PGM Tour Season

KUALA LUMPUR – DECEMBER 29, 2013 – In a milestone breakthrough the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour has unveiled its 2014 Schedule with prize money that eclipses the RM5 million-mark.

Making the announcement at a Press Conference at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club today, PGM chairman and the driving force behind the rapid growth of the Tour that enters its fourth full season next year, Tun Ahmad Sarji also divulged that there would be a few more tournaments added to the Schedule, which will boast a collect prize purse of RM5.003 million.

“We are pleased that today we can stand here and tell our (Tour) members that next season there will be a prize money of RM 5 million and that the number of tournaments has been increased to 36 including the Satellite events – whereby there are 11. The Satellite Tour is PGM’s grass root program to tap young talents for a career in professional golf.

“In all, there will be 25 tournaments on the Tour proper, of which 11 will be co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour (ADT). This also represents an increase from nine this year. And again, there will be three events to be run in association with the Asean PGA Tour – the same as this season. The ADT events form an important component within PGM to enable Malaysia golfers to come within the top 300 in the official World Golf Rankings to qualify in the 2016 Olympics.

“At this juncture,” said Tun Sarji,“ we would like to record our thanks to both the ADT and Asean PGA for their continued support of the PGM Tour. The Asian Tour’s support for PGM is most beneficial to Malaysia in the light of the 2016 Olympics.

Four tournaments namely the LADA Langkawi Masters, Sabah Championship, MNRB Sarawak Championship and MIDF KLGCC Championship have had their purses boosted to RM250,000 – all up from RM200,000.

Among the newcomers on the Schedule will be the Swiss-Garden Closed Championship in Perak, the Amverton Cove Closed Championship in Selangor, the Asean PGA Staffield Championship in Negeri Semiblan, the Putrajaya Championship in Putrajaya and the Tiara Closed Championship in Melaka.

The additions merely serve to further consolidate the Tour’s ambitions of spreading the game to other parts of the country on a variety of courses to test the fitness and skills of our professional golfers.

In many ways, the expanded Tour does not come as a surprise as it has developed steadfastly and grown in stature through a sustained effort to make it what it should be -  a Tour of substance and one which truly reflects a national growth of the sport.

“The inclusion of the new events has been made possible by added sponsorship,” said Tun Sarji. “And with this we are most grateful to the new sponsors who have seen it fit to join forces with the PGM Tour. We are equally appreciative of the support we have received from the sponsors who were with us this season and those who have been with us from the start of the Tour in 2010.

“Without their commitment to helping develop golf in this country, we would not be where we are today,” said Tun Sarji, who noted that they viewed the 2013 season as “a successful one” and looked forward to the 2014 campaign with even greater anticipation.

“Our players on Tour have shown remarkable progress and this is evident in the lower scores we see carded regularly these days,” he said. “And the courses that we play on Tour have also shown a marked improvement and this view comes from the players themselves.

“Of course, we know there are still some venues that can be improved upon and we are in constant touch with their management teams, looking at ways to achieve this. But overall, we are pleased with the state of our game and hope to make it even better in 2014, more so with the increased sponsorship and number of tournaments.”

The 2014 season will start with the I&P Tournament of Champions at Templer Park Country Club in Rawang from 13-16th January 2014 while the 2013 Maybank Players Championship is set for Saujana Golf & Country from 11-14th December 2013.

About Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM)

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) is a Company Limited by Guarantee, registered on 5th August 2010 in Malaysia. As a non-profit organisation, PGM’s objectives are to promote the sport of golf and to contribute towards its enjoyment and growth. To conduct and/or coordinate training on golf-related courses in order to enhance the playing capabilities and skills of professional golfers, as well as to promote and/or conduct a golf Tour or events as a means to hone their skills and to elevate the standards of the professional golfers in Malaysia. Also, to provide a platform for Malaysia’s professional golfers to enable them to focus on playing while PGM shoulders the responsibility of arranging and financing these tournaments.

To achieve these objectives, PGM organises a series of golf tournaments on an annual basis. For the year 2012, PGM hosted 20 tournaments offering RM3 million in prize money, seven of which were co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour.

The schedule for 2013 features 22 tournaments offering prize money of over RM4 million, nine of which are co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and three with the ASEAN Tour. The expansion of the Tour on an annual basis and the increased prize money is an indicator of its vibrant growth year-on-year.




Since PGM’s inception on 5th August 2010, below number of tournaments and individual winners.

Year                   Tournaments              Satellite Tour                             Prize Money
2010                   27-30 December                                                                     RM150,000
Opening Tournament
at Impian GCC              
2011                           16                                          –                                                RM2.55 million
2012                           20                                          –                                                RM3 million
2013                           22                                11 Q-Schools                                RM4.2 million
2014                           25                                11 Q-Schools                                RM5.043 million

PGM has been classified by the European Tour as the ‘Fastest Growing Tour in the World” and endorsed by the other PGA Tours and golfing organisations.

Asian Tour

Currently we have 8 PGM players playing the 2014 Asian Tour. Two (2) are fully exempted (Nicholas Fung and Danny Chia) for being within the Top-60 of the Asian Tour Order of Merit. The other six are our best three (3) on the Asian Tour (namely: Iain Steel, Shaaban Hussin, Ben Leong) and three (3) from 2014 PGM OOM (namely: Airil Rizman, Sukree Othman, Khor Kheng Hwai.)

Individual tournament winners:

a.           Asian Tour. Three (3) winners as follows:

1.           Danny Chia – Taiwan 2002

2.           Airil Rizman – Pakistan 2007

3.           Ben Leong – Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters 2008

b.           Asian Development Tour (ADT). Six (6) winners as follows:

1.           2011 Malacca - S. Sivachandhran

2.           2012 Sarawak – Kenneth De Silva

3.           2013 & 2014 Glenmarie – Danny Chia (back-to-back wins)

4.           2013 Templer Park – Nicholas Fung

5.           2013 Terengganu – Iain Steel

6.           2014 Vascory Templer Park – Gavin Kyle Green (Am)

c.            ASEAN PGA. Two (2) winners as follows:

1.           2013 Penang – Shaaban Hussin

2.           2014 Port Dickson – Lim Eng Seng

2014 Order of Merit

Looking at the 2014 PGM Tour Order of Merit indicates that within the Top-30 players, 15 of them are below the age of 25, which is a clear indicator that the younger players are now beginning to dominate the Tour. This is largely due to the exposure and regularity the Tour schedule provides.

In fact, in any tournament now it’s very difficult to predict who the winner will be because there are several players who may just sprout up and dominate the tournament, as Lim Eng Seng did at the ASEAN PGA tournament in PD recently.

The competition is so tight at the top of the Order of Merit that any of the Top-10 could conceivably win this year’s Order of Merit.

The PGM Tour Order of Merit is very good qualification for participation in PGA, European and Asian Tour sanctioned events. We hope the higher ranked players will play in more international events to add to their World Ranking Points and gain qualification to the 2016 Olympics. PGM are undertaking studies as to how this can be achieved.

World Golf Ranking – Week 46 (Malaysia)

Currently 16 Malaysia professionals are listed in the World Golf Ranking as of Week 46, ending 16th November 2014. Highlights in order of placing are:

                                                                                                         End 2013        This Week

               a.  Nicholas Fung                                                           235                       453
               b.  Arie Irawan                                                            1,158                       522
               c.  Danny Chia                                                                  702                        543
               d.  Airil Rizman                                                               823                        687
               e.  Gavin Green (AM)                                                   851                        724
               f.  Shaaban Hussin                                                        780                        798

See attached list for detailed breakdown.

PGM Tour Calendar 2015

Total of 43 events for Prize Money of RM6,235 million in 2015
Compared to 2014 – it is seven (7) tournaments more, a 19.44% increase,
and an increase of almost RM2 million in Prize Money equivalent to 23.64%.

43 Tournaments comprise as follows:

Events                                                                           No.        Total Prize Money
PGM-ADT Tournaments                                       12          RM2,450,000
PGM ASEAN PGA Tournaments                        3            RM540,000
PGM Closed Tournaments                                   15          RM2,795,000
PGM Tournament of Champions                      1            RM250,000
PGM Development Circuit Q-Schools             12          RM200,000
Total: RM6,235 million

PGM-ADT Tournaments
(Number of events remain the same as last year – 12 events – but the prize money has been set at RM200,000 per event.)

  • These tournaments are co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and enable Malaysian players to accumulate World Ranking Points and qualify for the 2016 Olympics.

  • Malaysian players benefit from the exposure of playing against an international field.

PGM ASEAN PGA Tournaments
(Number of events remains at three. Prize money has been increased by RM10,000 to RM180,000 per event.)

  • These tournaments are conducted together with the ASEAN PGA. They provide exposure by allowing players to contest against players from ASEAN countries.

PGM Closed Tournaments
(Number of events have been increased from 10 to 15. Prize money has been increased by RM20,000 to RM180,000 per event.)

  • These tournaments are open only to Malaysian players to enable them to gain tournament experience on a regular basis and earn a living.

PGM Tournament of Champions
(Number of events remains at one and is open to winners of all past events. Prize money has been increased by RM50,000 to RM250,000.)

  • This tournament is a reward that brings together the winners of all past PGM Tournaments to vie for the Tournament of Champions title.

PGM Development Circuit – Q-Schools
(Number of events increased from 11 to 12.)

  • The Q-School in January and June will offer RM25,000 each in prize money. An increase of 334.78%. The remaining Q-Schools will offer RM15,000 each in prize money. An increase in 160.87%.

  • The Top-10 will now receive prize money (increased from the Top-5 previously.)

  • RM25,000 / RM15,000 will be allocated from 1st to 10th place. (Previously it was RM5,750 from 1st to 5th place.) (Breakdown yet to be finalised.)

  • The PGM Satellite Tour has a new concept and has been renamed the PGM Development Circuit and Qualifying School.

  • In order to increase the number of PGM Tour card holders the Q-Schools have been increased to one a month, 12 in total for 2015.

  • PGM Tour Card Holders. There are currently 155 Tour cards holders. Having increased both the number of Q-School events and the prize money this will encourage more golfers to attend Q-School and enhance participation in the main PGM Tour tournaments.

PGM Tour Order of Merit

The PGM Order of Merit (OOM) is a good indication of the professional abilities of Malaysian professional golfers currently in the country. All PGM tournaments are four days duration and conducted in accordance with international PGA regulations under the supervision of qualified R&A referees. The Tour is sustainable and programmed with total predictability. Furthermore the PGM Order of Merit offers an accurate, transparent and publically accessible ranking system of all playing professionals currently. The recognition given by the Asian Tour and all the sponsors to use the PGM Order of Merit as the basis to select Malaysian professionals for International Golf Tournaments is testimony of its status.

Over the last four years the PGM Tour Order of Merit has been based on internal events and it is now time for change and include money earned on selected overseas tournaments. This would include money earned on ASEAN PGA, Asian Development Tour, Asian Tour, OneAsia, European Tour, US PGA Tour, Japan Golf Tour, Sunshine Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia.

Half the prize money, (fifty per cent), won at any tournament on these tours will count towards the PGM Tour Order of Merit. This will include the Maybank Malaysian Open, CIMB Classic, Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters and the Vascory Classic and any other purposed sanctioned Malaysian professional tournaments … we have to consider the Maybank Qualifier and CIMB Qualifier if someone asks the question.

For any winnings earned on these Tours to be counted towards the PGM Tour Order of Merit, a player, before the commencement of the tournament, must meet the following criteria:

Must be a Malaysian citizen.

Must be a current PGM Tour Card Holder.

Must have entered and competed in a minimum of eight (8) PGM Tournaments to be eligible for the PGM Tour Order of Merit.

Must abide by the conditions of the competition. (Pay the Tournament Entrance Fee and 5% Player’s Levy.)

Players must conduct themselves professionally both on and off the golf course at all times.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Catalyst to Malaysian Golfers Well done

Danny Chia, Nicholas Fung and Shaaban Hussin are among the twelve (12) players who have qualified to play at the upcoming Maybank Malaysian Open 2015, Malaysia’s leading national Open. The top Malaysian players on the Asian Tour as well as the Professional Golf of Malaysia Order of Merit and members of the Professional Golf Association of Malaysia, will join a field of 156 players consisting of the world’s leading golfers at the event from February 5th – 8th, 2015 at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC).

The Malaysian names announced today are not required to compete for a spot at this national Open at the National Qualifiers that will be held from the November 18th – 19th ,2014 at KLGCC as they have qualified through their rankings. Four (4) additional spots are being vied for at the two-day National Qualifiers that will see 100 golfers competing for the privilege of participating in the Maybank Malaysian Open. 2015 will also mark the 10th anniversary of Maybank’s title sponsorship of the national Open.

The Maybank Malaysian Open offers the highest number of spots for Malaysian golfers in a co-sanctioned international golfing event in the country. As a joint initiative by the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA), Maybank and GlobalOne to provide Malaysian sportsmen the opportunity to compete in world class events, twenty-two (22) spots up for grabs and these are divided among the ten (10) players from the Asian Tour and PGM Tour; four (4) winners from the National Qualifiers; 3 sponsors invite, one (1) of which is the winner from the Maybank Tour Championship and the participation of four (4) amateurs who are selected by MGA through their own merit. Gavin Kyle Green has already secured his spot among the four (4) amateurs. The final two (2) invitational spots with the remaining three (3) amateur spots are expected to be announced by mid January 2015.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Thai- Sattaya Supupramai wins again PGM UMW Impian Championship 2014

PGM UMW Impian Championship 2014   three  day game

Damaru Golf Gives thin different

Sattaya Supupramai

Thailand’s Sattaya Supupramai shot a third consecutive five-under 67 to secure his second Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour title at Impian Golf & Country Club in Kajang today.

The 31-year-old finished with a 15-under 201 total and two-stroke victory margin over Malaysia’s Ben Leong, who himself carded a final round 67 for a 203 total.

In an event reduced to 54 holes due to inclement weather conditions, Airil Rizman came home with a 67 of his own to grab third place, having finished with an 11-under effort.
Overall Malaysian displayed some good golf.

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Ben Leong



Next at

Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club scheduled for 26th to 29th November 2015.

Friday, 7 November 2014

Drenched soaked Golfers at PGM UMW IMPIAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 - a 54 hole game

Drenched  soaked  Golfers at  PGM UMW IMPIAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 - a 54 hole  game 
day 3 results or 54 final result will be tomorrow 

The weather suspended play today and with it reduced the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s RM200,000 Impian Championship to 54 holes.

In each of the two past days at Impian Golf & Country Club in Kajang the weather cut short the progress of the event and this time left Sattaya Supupramai in prime position to capture the title.

The Thai climbed to 11-under-par before play was stopped, while Malaysia’s Ben Leong was two shots back on nine-under. Playing in the championship (or last) flight, both players completed just seven holes of the third round.



Those players needing to COMPLETE their 3rd ROUND should be in POSITION on the COURSE READY to PLAY on Saturday, 8 Nov 2014 at 09:30 hrs.

Issued by Tournament Committee




ROUNDS 1, 2, & 3 AND

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