Johor leads the way for gender equality in golf


The champions proudly display their trophies alongside AME Construction executive director Vincent Lim (left) and the company’s managing director Eric Kang (right) at Palm Villa.

THE development of the sport in this country received a big boost with the hosting of the inaugural Johor Junior Mixed Open Championship at IOI Palm Villa Golf and Country Club in Bandar Putra, Pulai Kulai.

The first of its kind in Malaysia, and run under the auspices of the Johor Golf Association (JGA), the 54-hole amateur tournament featured elite junior golfers not only from the host nation but also from China, Singapore, South Korea, the Philippines and the United Kingdom.

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