Malaysia comfortably retain world amateur title

The Spanish contigent at the prize presentation dinner were in good spirits, and for good reason.

MALAYSIA successfully defended the World Amateur Golfers Championship 2022 challenge trophy, winning the team title by a comfortable 34-stroke margin over neighbouring Thailand.

The Malaysians, represented by Mohd Firdaus Ahmad, Ryan Loh, Mohammed Faisel Hussain, Syahril Hirman Azmi and Magenthiran Thanimalai, held a 15-stroke lead over France going into the fourth and final day, and with a last-round 284 total, finished with a four-day aggregate of 1,165.

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