Published: Thursday December 19, 2013 MYT 9:48:00 PM
Updated: Thursday December 19, 2013 MYT 11:18:38 PM

Malaysia to host 12 events for ADT next year

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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will host the highest number of Asian Development Tour (ADT) events next year and the fledgling Tour is also expected to break new grounds in Sri Lanka.

Malaysia will host a total of 12 events, thanks to the strong partnership with the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour. This is two more than the 10 held in Malaysia this year.

The ADT is set to stage a minimum 17 events next year.

The Tour will kick off with the PGM Sime Darby Harvard Championship at the Harvard Golf and Country Club in Sungai Petani from Feb 25-March 1.

This year, local golfers Nicholas Fung, Iain Steel and Danny Chia bagged a total of four ADT titles between them.

Nicholas was the most successful when he won the PGM-UMW Templer Park Masters in June and enjoyed three second placings to finish at the top of the ADT Order of Merit.  

The Asian Development Tour 2014 schedule:

Feb 25-March 1: PGM Sime Darby Harvard Championship, Harvard GCC

Feb 27-March 2: Yeangder ADT, Taiwan, venue TBA

March 12-15: PGM CCM Rahman Putra Championship, Rahman Putra Golf Club

April 24-27: PGM Lada Langkawi Championship, Gunung Raya Golf Resort

May 7-10: PGM Northport Glenmarie Championship, Glenmarie Golf and Country Club

May 21-24: PGM Maybank Johor Championship, Johor Golf and Country Club

June 11-14: PGM UMW Templer Park Championship, Templer Park Country Club

July 17-20: Jakarta Classic, venue TBA

Aug 14-17: PGM Terengganu Championship, Resorts World Kijal

Sept 3-6: PGM Sabah Championship, Sabah Golf and Country Club

Sept 10-13: PGM MNRB Sarawak Championship, Sarawak Golf Club

Sept 24-27: PGM Pahang Championship, Royal Pahang Golf Club

Nov 5-8: PGM Putrajaya Championship, Palm Garden Golf Club

Dec 3-6: PGM MIDF KLGCC Championship, Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club

TBA: ADT Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Jakarta, Philippines

TBC: ADT Philippines

Tags / Keywords: golf, ADT, Asian Development Tour, Professional Golf of Malaysia, Nicholas Fung, Iain Steel


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