10th Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship swings into Singapore
The 2018 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) is set for its 10th edition and will be held at one of the most celebrated golf clubs in Asia, over at the New Tanjong course at Sentosa Golf Club from October 4th – 7th 2018.
This will be the second time Singapore hosts the championship, the second since China (2009, 2013), with the last time it was staged here in 2011, when Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama retained his title as an amateur. The champion of the competition will earn an invitation to the 2019 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club as well as The 148th Open at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. The field will feature more than 100 amateurs from 41 countries who will compete over 72 holes of stroke play.
Founded in 2009 by the Masters Tournament, The R&A and the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation, the AAC was developed with the aim to develop the game throughout the region and has established itself as one of the most elite international amateur golf tournaments in the world. The 2018 AAC will be televised around the world. Entry to the most significant amateur golf event in the Asia-Pacific is free.
The 2018 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) take place at the New Tanjong course at Sentosa Golf Club from October 4th – 7th, 2018. Entry is free. For more information, visit their website here