Almay Rayhan, one of the golfers who will strengthen Indonesia’s national team at the 2018 Asian Games to be the lowest amateur at the BRI Indonesia Open Golf Tournament 2018, held at Pondok Indah Golf Jakarta on July 12-15. Almay outperformed two teammates, Kevin Caesario Akbar and Naraajie Emeral Ramadhan Putra.
Almay ties with two pro golfers, Lyle Rowe and Poom Saksansin. They each scored 285 punches or 3 under par.
“Today my game is up and down. This is not my best result, but me and the national team want to peak it at the Asian Games. The results in Indonesia Open will be my evaluation and the team, “Almay explained.
Players who start in the 10th hole can improve their game in the last nine holes. He scored a birdie on hole 9, 10, 14, and 15. Previously made bogey at holes 3, 4, and 13. Kevin and Naraajie ties with Jyoti Randhawa was ranked 50th. They each accounted for 286 strokes or 2 under par. In the final day game, Kevin scored 71 blows or 1 under par. While Naraajie 74 punches or 2 under par.
Seeing the results of these three players, General Chairman of PB PGI Murdaya Po more optimistic with the players in the Asian Games 2018.
“I am very happy to see the amateur players we can play under. According to some pro players who play one flight with them in Indonesia Open this, our amateurs just need to add experience only. During this time we train them with two international-standard coaches, namely David Milne and Lawrie Montague. We also teach discipline, maintain nutrition, and provide good residence facilities, “said Murdaya.
Murdaya is optimistic that Indonesia will be able to achieve good results in the Asian Games 2018. “We practice every day at Pondok Indah Golf which is also the arena of the Asian Games, the condition gives us the benefit of how Indonesian athletes will not be nervous when competing, but I am optimistic , “Murdaya said again.
courtesy : tempo.co
photo : Asian Games 2018 – Tempo.co
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