AAC TO CELEBRATE A DECADE OF EXCELLENCE AND SUCCESS DURING 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN SINGAPORE

September 13th 2018

In-Form Foo Confident of AAC Success in Front of Friends and Fans in Singapore

Gregory Foo is hoping good form, home comforts and strong motivation will help him become the first Singaporean winner of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) next month. At No. 111 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), Foo is the highest-ranked player in the field from Singapore, which hosts the 10th edition of the region’s…

Top-ranked Lee ready to step up at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

Region’s Finest Golfers to Gather For 10th Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

Sheshan Golf Club Announced as Host of the 2019 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

BEIJING – Sheshan Golf Club in Shanghai, widely regarded as one of the best golf courses in Asia, has been selected as the host venue of the 11th edition of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC). The championship organisers announced that the event will return to China for the third time from September 25 – 29,…

2017 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship Photos: Final Round

2017 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship: Final Round Recap

Lin Yuxin Eagles 18, Shoots 65 to Win Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – China’s Lin Yuxin, 17, won the ninth Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship on Sunday at Royal Wellington Golf Club to secure spots in the 2018 Masters Tournament and The 147th Open at Carnoustie. In front of large crowds, the left-hander birdied the 17th hole and eagled 18 to card a six-under-par 65 and…

Gregory Foo Focused on Shining for Hosts Singapore at 10th AAC in 2018

2017 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship: Round 3 Recap

China’s Lin Yuxin, 17, Takes Lead into Final Round of Ninth Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – China’s Lin Yuxin birdied the 18th to shoot a two-under-par 69 and hold a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in New Zealand, where the winner earns spots in the 2018 Masters Tournament and The 147th Open at Carnoustie. Lin, 17, is eight-under at Royal Wellington…

Cool, Calm and Confident, Lin Joins China’s ‘Next Big Things’

Voke Looks Ahead