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!
Cavite, Philippines, April 18: Overnight leader Arie Irawan of Malaysia clinched his second Asian Development Tour (ADT) title and first outside of Malaysia at the US$60,000 ICTSI Eagle Ridge Invitational on Saturday.
Sentosa, Singapore, April 15: Lindsay Renolds of Canada is one of the most consistent players on the Asian Development Tour (ADT). Based in Phuket, the 28-year-old notched three top-10s in four starts earlier this season and is inching closer towards a first ADT victory.
Johor Bahru, Malaysia, April 11: Overnight leader Nicholas Fung of Malaysia claimed his second Asian Development Tour (ADT) win after romping to a commanding 11-stroke victory at the PGM Johor Championship on Saturday.
Sentosa, Singapore, April 6: Chinese Taipei’s Hsieh Chi-hsien grabbed the early lead on the Asian Development Tour’s (ADT) Order of Merit after capping a dramatic home triumph at the US$150,000 Charming Yeangder ADT two weeks ago.
Manila, April 6: The Asian Development Tour will enjoy a two-week swing in the Philippines this month, thanks to the outstanding support of long-time title sponsor, the International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI).