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PGM KINRARA CHAMPIONSHIPKinrara first round called due to the haze
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Congested leaderboard as PGM Kinrara Championship gets underway
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Leading the way were two Thailand players – Ronnachai Jamnong and Poom Saksansin, who were joined at the top of the leaderboard by Malaysian Alwarith Damian. The leading trio carded opening rounds of three-under 67.
That put them one stroke ahead of a 14-way tie for second place, where all of Casey O'Toole (US), Chanat Sakulpolphaisan (Tha), Sukree Othman (Mas), Masaru Takahashi (Jpn), Erwan Vieilledent (Fra), Kenneth Tobuse (Mas), Mars Pucay (Phi), Paul Harris (US), Janne Kaske (Fin), Kemarol Baharin (Mas), C.M. Chong (Mas), Abel Tam (Mas), Supravee Phatam (Tha), Josh Salah (US) went around in 68.
Such was the congestion at the front that top-50 players in a tournament co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and with RM200,000 on offer, were al within four strokes of the lead.
The competition in the event, which also carries world ranking points, is stiff as ever, as the players bid to enhance their positions on the ADT Order of Merit, where the top-five at the end of the season are awarded automatic membership to the Asian Tour.
Happy with his opening round today, Alwarith said: “I played quite well but I was also quite lucky. I had a few good breaks and that helped me through."
“My putting was maybe the best area of my game as I made a few good putts that helped me out,” added the 22-year-old lad from Kuala Lumpur.”
Playing out of Seri Selangor Golf Club, Alwarith said he would try to do more of the same , but conceded that the field was “strong”, more so with several international players in it – some of them multiple winners on the ADT Tour.
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