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|1||HANDICAPS FOR NON-MEMBERS - (Wholly Owned & Managed by MGA)|
The Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) is pleased to announce that the National Handicapping System/USGA Handicap & Slope Rating Sub-Committee has set up 'NHS Golf Clubs' in accordance to the USGA Handicap System Manual to provide handicaps to non-members at a fee of RM120.00 per annum and junior members registered in MGA free of charge.
|2||HAZIQ HAMIZAN AND ZURIE HARUN LEAD LOCAL CHARGE AT MAYBANK MALAYSIAN OPEN 2012 NATIONAL QUALIFIERS |
Kuala Lumpur, 6 March 2012 - Haziq Hamizan carded a brilliant final round of four-under 68 to confirm his spot at the Maybank Malaysian Open 2012 after successfully overcoming a 51-men playing field at the Maybank Malaysian Open 2012 -National Qualifiers held at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.
|3||HUGE TURNOUT AT KEDAH AND PERLIS JUNIOR CLINICS|
After a highly successful season, the MGA State Junior Clinic has evolved to be hugely successful among the juniors; beginners and intermediate alike across the country. The latest junior clinic hosted by Kedah at Darulaman Golf & Country Club saw a staggering 114 juniors participating while 81 juniors attended at the clinic hosted at Kelab Golf Putra, Perlis.
|4||HISYAM PREVAILS TO CLINCH THE TOP HONOURS AT THE SELANGOR AMATEUR OPEN 2009|
Mohamad Hisyam Abdul Majid, MGA's overseas based player staved off strong challenges from team mate Gavin Kyle Green to win the overall title of the Selangor Amateur Open with even par 72 today for a 1-over par 217 tournament total. With this win, he automatically qualifies to compete in the star-studded Maybank Malaysian Open to be held at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club from March 4-7, 2010.
|5||HOST THAILAND EXTENDS LEAD AT THE PUTRA CUP AFTER ROUND TWO WHILE MALAYSIA REMAINS SECOND|
Steadfast Thailand increased its lead to 8 strokes over Malaysia after the second round of the 2009 Putra Cup at Santiburi Golf Club, Chiang-Rai, Thailand. Defending Champion, Singapore jumped one place to third place with a second round 433.
|6||HAZIQ, CHAN IN A DEADLOCK AT MALAYSIAN AMATEUR CLOSED|
Former national trainee Haziq Hamizan pulled off the best score of the day, wiping out a four-stroke deficit for a share of the lead in the second round of the Malaysian Amateur Closed Championship at Kinrara Golf Club today.
|7||HUNG CHIEN-YAO CROWNED CHINESE TAIPEI CHAMPION|
Taipei, June 5, 2008: Hung Chien-Yao of Taipei scored a blistering final round 66 at Sunrise Golf and Country Club to win the first Faldo Series Asia event of the season and book himself a place in the Grand Final.
|8||Hot Becierra on the road to redemption, Arie among second round casualties|
Recently crowned Malaysian Amateur Stroke Play champion, Muhammad Arie Irawan was the high profile casualty in the second round of matchplay in the 106th Malaysian Amateur Open at the Kelab Golf Negara Subang today.
|9||HISTORY OF THE MALAYSIAN AMATEUR OPEN|
HISTORY OF THE MALAYSIAN AMATEUR OPEN
|10||HLA SAUJANA AMATEUR OPEN|
This year's edition will be held from 27th-29th May 2008 at Palm Course, Saujana Golf & Country Club.
|11||HEDBLOM CHARGES AHEAD, NO JOY FOR CHIA|
Title holder Peter Hedblom surged into a two-shot lead after firing a flawless seven-under-par 65 in the third round of the Maybank Malaysian Open.
|12||Hilmi in sizzling form at KL Amateur Open|
Hilmi Abdul Rahman put on a superb display of golf to take a handy first round lead.
|13||Home Triumph for Lu At Mercuries Taiwan Masters|
Local star Lu Wen-teh claimed his second win on the Asian Tour this season when he lifted the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday.
|14||Howell pulls out|
England's David Howell withdraws from Macau Open on medical grounds
|15||Harrison to be new R&A captain|
Past Captains of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews nominate David J Harrison as Captain for 2007-2008
|16||Howell makes Macau date|
England's David Howell joins line-up for 10th anniversary of Macau Open
|17||Hall Of Fame for Green and Strange|
Hubert Green and Curtis Strange to become World Golf Hall of Fame members this November as part of Class of 2007
|18||Heartbreak for Steel|
Malaysia’s Iain Steel loses sudden death playoff to China’s Liang Wen-Chong in Clariden Leu Singapore Masters
Haziq Hamizan survives gruelling semifinal to win final against Andy Gan
|20||Hedblom on a high|
Sweden's Peter Hedblom ends 11-year title drought with one-stroke victory in Maybank Malaysian Open