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Australia sends powerful team to AAC in Singapore

Australia’s chances of taking out another Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship have been boosted by a team with the best potential yet. The Australians will consist of a group of players all within the top 55 of the world amateur rankings.

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Danes topple Spain, Thailand at Toyota Junior World Cup

While Japan streaked away with the girls’ division, Denmark made a dramatic comeback to win the Boys’ section of the 2018 TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup Supported by JAL. The Japanese girls outpaced second-placed Korea by a whopping 10 shots but the task was not so straightforward for Denmark’s boys.

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R&A presents a new women’s golf charter

The R&A has unveiled a new Women in Golf Charter as part of the organisation’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work within the golf industry.

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Dagar sets world record

India’s Diksha Dagar has set a new record at the 12th World Deaf Golf Championships at the Carton House Golf Club from July 24-27. There was an impressive field of 114 golfers from 18 countries participating in the biennial event.

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About Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation

APGC History

The Amateur Golf Confederation of Asia was formed in 1963 at a meeting of three countries – Japan, the Philippines and Chinese Taipei.

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Board of Directors

Led by Mr Kei Muratsu, the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation Executive Committee is made up by…

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