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PETALING JAYA: National golfer Ashley Lau can take heart although she failed to qualify for the British Open and Evian Championship.
PETALING JAYA: Ashley Lau (pic) may be getting better but she needs a rousing finish to solidify her chances of competing in the British Open and Evian Championship.
PETALING JAYA: National women golfers Ashley Lau and Natasha Andrea Oon have kept alive their hopes of playing in the women’s British Open and Evian Championship.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian trio led by national No. 1 Natasha Andrea Oon made their presence felt when they finished tied fifth after the opening round of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP) Championship in the United Arab Emirates.
PETALING JAYA: It took a long injury layoff for Malaysia’s top women’s amateur golfer Natasha Andrea Oon (pic) to put her life and game into perspective.
PETALING JAYA: Our top women amateur golfers will have to wait longer to win a coveted spot in two Major tournaments – the British Open and the Evian Championship.
THE Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific championship has fallen victim to the Coronavirus Covid-19 and been postponed to Oct 7 to 10.
HANA Financial Group has signed on as a patron partner of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP), a move welcomed by the event organisers.
HOKOTA (Japan): There were loud cheers all around the gallery as Yuka Yasuda produced a final flourish to lift the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific championship (WAAP) title by eight shots.