Malaysia given the greenlight to host World Amateur Championship again next year

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  • Sunday, 03 Dec 2017

The winning Vietnam team with World Amateur Championship CEO Datuk Nils Nordh (centre).

THE grand finale of the 23rd World Amateur Golfers Championship, reportedly the biggest such tournament on the globe, proved a huge success, so much so that it will be held in Kuala Lumpur again next year.

It also gave sports tourism in Malaysia a shot in the arm as 2,912 golfers from 33 countries took part in the event, presented by title sponsors Perodua.

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