Albright using Junior Open to win SEA Games berth

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  • Tuesday, 12 Nov 2013

Albright Chong in a file photo. The 16-year-old hopes to do well in the 100PLUS Malaysian Junior Open and win a place in the SEA Games squad.

PETALING JAYA: Up-and-coming golfer Albright Chong hopes to impress national selectors for a place in next month’s Myanmar SEA Games by putting up a creditable performance in the 100PLUS Malaysian Junior Open, which begins at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club on Wednesday.

Besides Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Hong Kong are also competing in the championships.

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