Shaaban Takes Penang Title A brilliant seven-under-par 65 in the last round seals the deal in Penang
Champion Shaaban Hussin receving trophy and mock cheque from Tun Ahmad Sarji (PGM Tour Chairman)
Penang, 15 June 2013: SHAABAN Hussin will celebrate his birthday tomorrow in fine style. The 33-year-old came from behind to win the RM180,000 PGM-Asean Penang Classic today and did so with three strokes to spare.
With a performance that matched his career best score, the Malaysian international was bogey-free on the final day as he finished the tournament on 18-under 270. He started the fourth round at Penang Golf Resort in Bertam two shots off the lead and fired a final round seven-under 65.
Introducing M:Project From FootJoy Minimal Construction = Maximum Feel
FootJoy, the #1 Shoe in Golf, announces the introduction of an all new footwear category called M:PROJECT™. With a tremendous selection of industry-leading platform stability products already embraced by players around the world, FJ’s new M:PROJECT category gives players a new option – lightweight, ultra-flexible, minimally constructed footwear delivering maximum feel and real-time feedback.
TaylorMade Brings “Counterbalanced” Putters to Market with Daddy Long Legs and Spider Blade Added Weight in the Grip for Extreme “Stroke Stability”
Super-high MOI Heads for Extreme Impact Stability
TaylorMade Golf Company, experts at developing performance-enhancing technologies for golf equipment, announced the launch of the “Daddy Long Legs” and “Spider Blade” – two “counterbalanced” putters engineered with heavier weight at the grip-end to increase the MOI of the entire club to promote a consistent “on path” stroke.
Available now at retail, Daddy Long Legs is the newest member of TaylorMade’s renowned line of Spider putters. A “performance mallet,” its 8500+ MOI head -- highest ever for a TaylorMade putter -- is exceptionally stable and resistant to twisting on off-center hits.
Kuantan, 26 May 2013: Kevin Marques of Australia finished at 10-under par 274 to take the win at the Malaysian Amateur Open at Royal Pahang Golf Club.
Conducted by the Malaysian Golf Association, the 110th Malaysian Amateur Open at Glenmarie was a 72-hole stroke play event being played on the par-72, 6,412-metre Valley Championship Course at Glenmarie Golf & Country Club. The 125-player field featured players from Australia (3), Bahrain (5), Bangladesh (2), Brunei (2), Hong Kong (1), Indonesia (3), India (5), Korea (1), Lebanon (1), Philippines (2), Pakistan (2), Singapore (10), Sri Lanka (2), Thailand (2), Taiwan (3), UK (1) and Malaysia (79). In all, 17 foreign countries were represented.
From left: Fong Seng Tat (Mens Champion), Thomas Low (Seniors Champion) and Irene Hong (Ladies CHampion).
Penang, 24 April 2013: When it comes to longevity, an unrivaled history of tradition and exclusivity, without a doubt it has to be the Golf Malaysia ‘Champion of Champions’ Championship that just completed the 27th Edition at Bukit Jawi Golf Resort, Penang.
Gaining entry to the Champions tournament involves first outplaying the top golfers in your home club. Once the win is secured then, and only then, can they join other club champions from throughout Malaysia and Singapore in the “Masters of Malaysia” to vie against likeminded and highly skilled top amateurs for the honour of the Green Jacket and bragging rights.
Callaway Golf South Pacific, a subsidiary of Callaway Golf Company, announced the new line of X HOT™ DRIVERS AND FAIRWAY WOODS, configured for blistering ball speeds and distance gains. Already adopted by some of the longest-hitting players on the worldwide tours, including newly-announced Callaway staff professional Gary Woodland, the new line of X Hot Woods are a result of Callaway R&D designing clubs for the best players in the world, and using optimized design progression and adjustability to make them accessible and high-performing for all players.
Distance gains of 13 yards* with the new X HOT DRIVER have been achieved with a host of design and engineering advancements that make the new drivers fast, hot and more lightweight than their predecessors.