It appears your browser may be outdated. For the best website experience, we recommend updating your browser. Han, who grew up near Mission Hills and now goes to Indiana, began with four birdies on the opening seven holes. He didn't drop a shot until he failed to save par from a bunker on the 18th hole. The winner is exempt to the Masters in April and receives an exemption to the final stage of qualifying for the British Open. I need to focus on my game and enjoy every shot.
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At first glance, it might not look like much. The announcement of an amateur tournament in some faraway place not exactly known for its golf prowess is more likely to elicit yawns than applause. But look a little closer, and you see the significance of Monday's news from Hong Kong about the new Asian Amateur Championship. The Masters Tournament is involved.
Don Reichert. One of the top six amateur events in the world, Suyasri qualified through his participation in events representing his native country of Thailand. This past summer, he moved into the top in the World Amateur Golf Rankings after posting three top finishes in significant junior events as well as making the cut at the Asian Tour's Thailand Open, where he tied for 28th. At CSU, he has played in all three events for the Rams with one top finish, helping CSU to one team title and three top-five placings.
His score set the amateur course record and was, by default, the low score in tournament history. Han is a former member at Mission Hills, and he played three holes with Tiger Woods at the World Cup Course as part of a exhibition. It was pretty interesting.