2017 Asian Tour

The 2017 Asian Tour is the 23rd season of the modern Asian Tour, the main men's professional golf tour in Asia excluding Japan, since it was established in 1995.

Tournament resultsEdit

The table below shows the 2017 schedule.[1]

The number in brackets after each winner's name is the number of Asian Tour events he had won up to and including that tournament. This information is only shown for Asian Tour members.

Fifty percent of the prize money from two major championships (the U.S. Open and The Open Championship) and one of the World Golf Championships counts towards the Order of Merit, but these tournaments are not shown below.

Date Tournament Host country Prize fund
(US$)
Winner OWGR
points
Notes
22 Jan SMBC Singapore Open Singapore 1,000,000   Prayad Marksaeng (10) 26 Co-sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour
29 Jan Leopalace21 Myanmar Open Myanmar 750,000   Todd Sinnott (1) 19 Co-sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour
4 Feb Bashundhara Bangladesh Open Bangladesh 300,000   Jazz Janewattananond (1) 14
12 Feb Maybank Championship Malaysia 3,000,000   Fabrizio Zanotti (n/a) 36 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
19 Feb ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth Australia A$1,750,000   Brett Rumford (n/a) 23 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
and PGA Tour of Australasia
12 Mar Hero Indian Open India 1,750,000   Shiv Chawrasia (6) 21 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
23 Apr Panasonic Open Japan ¥150,000,000   Kenichi Kuboya (n/a) 15 Co-sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour
30 Apr Yeangder Heritage Taiwan 300,000   Shiv Kapur (2) 14 New tournament
21 May Thailand Open Thailand 300,000   Rattanon Wannasrichan (1) 14
18 Jun Queen's Cup Thailand 500,000   Nicholas Fung (1) 14
6 Aug TAKE Solutions Masters India 300,000   Poom Saksansin (2) 14 New to Asian Tour
20 Aug Fiji International Fiji A$1,500,000   Jason Norris (1) 15 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
and the PGA Tour of Australasia
10 Sep Omega European Masters Switzerland 2,700,000   Matthew Fitzpatrick (n/a) 32 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
17 Sep Shinhan Donghae Open South Korea 1,200,000,000   Richard T. Lee (2) 12 Co-sanctioned with the Korean Tour
24 Sep Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup Golf Japan ¥150,000,000   Daisuke Kataoka (1) 15 Co-sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour
1 Oct Mercuries Taiwan Masters Taiwan 800,000   Gavin Green (1) 14
8 Oct Yeangder Tournament Players Championship Taiwan 500,000   Ajeetesh Sandhu (1) 14
15 Oct CIMB Classic Malaysia 7,000,000   Pat Perez (n/a) 48 Co-sanctioned with the PGA Tour
22 Oct Macao Open Macao 500,000   Gaganjeet Bhullar (8) 14
29 Oct Indonesia Open Indonesia 300,000   Panuphol Pittayarat (1) 14
5 Nov Panasonic Open India India 400,000   Shiv Kapur (3) 14
12 Nov Resorts World Manila Masters Philippines 1,000,000   Micah Lauren Shin (1) 14
26 Nov UBS Hong Kong Open Hong Kong 2,000,000   Wade Ormsby (2) 34 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
3 Dec AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Mauritius 1,000,000   Dylan Frittelli (n/a) 17 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
and Sunshine Tour
3 Dec KG S&H City Asian Golf Championship China 350,000   Xiao Bowen (1) 14 New tournament. Co-sanctioned with China Tour
11 Dec[n 1] Joburg Open South Africa R16,500,000   Shubhankar Sharma (1) 17 Co-sanctioned with the European Tour
and Sunshine Tour
17 Dec Indonesian Masters Indonesia 750,000   Justin Rose (n/a) 24 Flagship event
  1. ^ Finished on Monday due to weather.

Special eventEdit

Date Tournament Host country Prize fund
(US$)
Winner Notes
31 Dec Royal Cup Thailand 500,000   Shiv Kapur Special event

Order of MeritEdit

Rank Player Country Earnings (US$)
1 Gavin Green   Malaysia 585,813
2 David Lipsky   United States 461,179
3 Phachara Khongwatmai   Thailand 447,299
4 Scott Hend   Australia 443,204
5 Shiv Chawrasia   India 440,747
6 Wade Ormsby   Australia 423,896
7 Shubhankar Sharma   India 392,173
8 Poom Saksansin   Thailand 331,417
9 Jazz Janewattananond   Thailand 314,988
10 Shiv Kapur   India 288,873

There is a complete list on the official site here.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "AT announces provisional schedule for Jan to Apr, 2017". Asian Tour. 8 December 2016. Archived from the original on 24 December 2016. Retrieved 23 December 2016.

External linksEdit