2022 Asia-Pacific Senior Amateur Championship

Round 2 & 3

2022 APGC Senior Amateur Championship – Singapore’s Jimmy Aw in 1st-runner up after three-rounds

The 2022 Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) Senior Amateur Championship has officially come to an end. Singapore’s Jimmy Aw carded a 3 over-par 75 final round for a three-round total of 11 over-par. He finished in 1st runner-up, three-strokes behind Australia’s Greg Rhodes. 

Singapore’s Lai Chee Weng shot a closing 13 over-par round, to end off with a total of 26-over par (T17th), whilst fellow Singaporeans Tim Pinnegar and Andrew Ng carded a final round 11 over-par to finish the event at 28 over-par (T20th) and 39 over-par (T39th) respectively .

Final scores (overall Individual):

Jimmy Aw: 75, 77, 75, 227 (+11) – 1st runner-up
Lai Chee Weng: 81, 76, 85, 242 (+26) – Tied 17th position
Tim Pinnegar: 78, 83, 83, 244  (+28) – Tied 20th position
Andrew Ng: 82, 90, 83, 255 (+39) – Tied 39th position

Final scores (Team):
Australia: 688 (Champion)
South Korea: 695 (1st runner-up)
Hong Kong: 708 (2nd runner-up)
Singapore: 711 (3rd runner-up)

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Round 1 

2022 APGC Senior Amateur Championship 

The Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) Senior Amateur Championship is held this week from 22-24 November at the Kota Permai Golf & Country Club. Launched in 2006, the APGC Men’s Senior Amateur Championship is the Asia-Pacific’s premier team and individual championship for senior male amateur golfers. The winner receives an exemption into The R&A Senior Amateur Championship.

Team Singapore is represented by recent Singapore Open Senior Amateur Champion Tim Pinnegar, Jimmy Aw, Lai Chee Weng and Andrew Ng.

Jimmy Aw recorded a solid opening round of 75, which leaves him in a tie for third position, two shots behind co-leaders Kim Yang Kwon and Michael Edward Barltrop from South Korea and New Zealand respectively. Tim Pinnegar opened his week with a 78, leaving him in a tie for eighth position after round one. Lai Chee Weng and Andrew Ng recorded opening rounds of 81 and 82, placing them in a tie for 21st and 27th respectively.

Scores after Round 1 (Individual):

Jimmy Aw: 75 (+3) – Tied 3rd position
Tim Pinnegar: 78 (+6) – Tied 8th position
Lai Chee Weng: 81 (+9) – Tied 21st position
Andrew Ng: 82 (+10) – Tied 27th position