Anura Rohana and Zen Dharmaratne among the galaxy of golfers running on at the ADT PGM RM200,000 Terengganu Championship 2014.

The PGM tour is the fastest growing professional tour carrying a prize money of over  US$ 3 million with connected major tournaments like the Malaysian Open, Selangor Masters, Johor Open and the Malaysian PGA tournaments offering over US$ 15 million annually.

ADT is the feeder tour for the Asian tour carrying over US$ 50 million annually. Together these tours have now matured to draw players from USA, Australia, UK and more.

Asian golf is showing unprecedented growth not just in popularity but in prize money as well. Apart from the massive purses of the Korean Tour and Japanese Tours, the burgeoning Chinese tour alone offers over US$ 50 million. In total Asia will soon account for more prize money than the rest of the world put together. Sri Lanka, despite being the second oldest golfing nation in Asia is sadly not in the radar of the professional golf map. Sri Lankans have immense talent and with a little assistance from state and private sector enterprises, they too can reach the pinnacle of this beautiful game, similar to the meteoric rise Sri Lankan cricketers have achieved on the cricket grounds. The whole nation will reap numerous benefits from a chain reaction of events that will take place by professional golf taking some from of rooting in Sri Lanka. The Defense Secretary is learning the game. Hoping he will do the needful to stimulate its growth, as he has done in his other endeavors in Sri Lanka which has rekindled a sense of patriotic pride among the hearts of every Sri Lankan.
Eagles  Golf  Links by the Defence secretary. Sri  Lanka can have more .take  a look at the remote corner of Malaysia

​Resort World Golf Resort Terengganu Malaysia Malaysia have over 250 courses to cater to tourist and local golfers,


Thailand filled the top-three spots in the PGM Tour’s RM200,000 Terengganu Championship at Resorts World Kijal today.

Leading the way for our neighbours to the north was Pavit Tangkamolprasert, who fired a final round five-under 66 to come from behind and win by a single stroke from compatriot Pijit Petchkasem (71). The winner finished on 13-under 273.

In third place was Rattanon Wannasrichan, who closed with a 68 and was three shots off the leader on 274, while Malaysia’s Shaaban Hussin settled for fourth place on 276.

Pavit Tangkamolprasert (THA)

Pijit Petchkasem 

Pavit Tangkamolprasert with PGM Chiarman
Rattanon Wannasrichan
Pavit Tangkamolprasert