Koh Samui, Thailand, June 5: The prestigious Queen’s Cup, staged in honour of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, is poised to unearth the future stars of the game when it returns onto the Asian Tour for its seventh consecutive edition from June 18 to 21.
June 5: India’s Anirban Lahiri is ready to come out with all guns blazing as he continues his quest for more glory at the US Open in a fortnight.
June 5: Read what Asian Tour Chairman Kyi Hla Han has to say in his latest blog.
June 4: Watch how Mardan Mamat won the 2015 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open before receiving a ‘shower’ by his peers on the Asian Tour.
June 4: Asian Tour TV Commentator Richard Kaufman has been jet-setting across Europe in recent weeks and has managed to catch up with some of Asia’s top golfers. Read all about it in his latest blog for asiantour.com
Sentosa, June 2: Singapore’s Mardan Mamat has moved into the Olympic Games frame thanks to his victory at the Bashundhara Bangladesh Open last weekend.
Sentosa, June 1: After the last putt disappeared at the Bashundhara Bangladesh Open over the weekend, asiantour.com reflects on the US$300,000 tournament which made its debut on the Asian Tour and picks out the Top-5 things that we learned, or didn’t learn, during the week.
Sentosa, June 1: The next time you see Mardan Mamat talking to himself, don’t worry as he’s not going mad. He’s only motivating himself to get better in a game which is becoming younger by the day.
June 1: Thai star Thongchai Jaidee produced a masterful top-10 finish at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, closing with a one-under-par 70 at Royal County Down Golf Club on Sunday.
Dhaka, Bangladesh, May 31: The Bashundhara Group and Bangladesh Golf Federation hailed the successful staging of the Bashundhara Bangladesh Open which was won by Singapore’s Mardan Mamat on Saturday.