Port Dickson, Malaysia, May 30: New Zealand's Sean Riordan erased the heartbreak of missing the grade at the Asian Tour Qualifying School by closing with an even-par 71 to win his first Asian Development Tour (ADT) title at the RM200,000 (approx. US$60,000) PGM Port Dickson Championship on Saturday.
Hsinchu, Chinese Taipei, May 24: Overnight leader Chan Shih-chang of Chinese Taipei was declared the winner of the US$120,000 Ambassador ADT after officials canceled the fourth and final round due to inclement weather on Sunday.
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, May 16: Janne Kaske produced a battling seven-under-par 65 to become the first player from Finland to win on the Asian Development Tour (ADT) at the PGM MNRB Sarawak Championship on Saturday.
Sentosa, Singapore, May 14: This week, the Asian Development Tour (ADT) speaks to big-eater Greg Moss who shares with us his inspirations, his hidden talents as well as his ultimate goal in golf.
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, May 9: Thai youngster Nirun Sae-Ueng claimed his maiden Asian Development Tour (ADT) victory at the PGM Sabah Championship on Saturday after defeating reigning Order of Merit champion and countryman Pavit Tangkamolprasert on the first play-off hole.
Sentosa, Singapore, May 7: This week, the Asian Development Tour (ADT) gets up close and personal with Order of Merit leader Hsieh Chi-hsien of Chinese Taipei who shares with us his strict regime, his thoughts on the region’s burgeoning Tour as well as his ultimate goal in golf.
Cavite, Philippines, April 25: Overnight leader Itthipat Buranatanyarat of Thailand survived an early charge by American Casey O’toole and a late scare by Filipino Orlan Sumcad to claim his first Asian Development Tour (ADT) victory at the US$60,000 ICTSI Sherwood Hills Classic on Saturday.
Sentosa, Singapore, April 24: In this latest Q&A, Malaysia’s Wilson Choo, a winner on the Asian Development Tour (ADT), talks about carrying his pillows while travelling and taking up the game of golf as a nine-year-old because he was too chubby!