Jing Xuen won’t defend SEA Games gold as she will turn pro next year


PETALING JAYA: National woman golfer Ng Jing Xuen (pic) wants to join the paid ranks next year and does not plan to defend her SEA Games title in Thailand.

The 15-year-old said it was her goal to broaden her horizons after becoming the first Malaysian women’s individual gold medallist at the Cambodia SEA Games last year.

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