Singapore begins the fifth day of the 26th South-east Asian Games in fourth place on the medal tally with 19 gold, 17 silver and 31 bronze medals.
Singapore starts the fourth day of the 26th South-east Asian Games in fourth place on the medal tally with 12 gold, 12 silver and 17 bronze medals.
The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has issued the final list of 419 names of Singaporeans who will represent the country at the upcoming South East Asian (SEA) Games in Indonesia.
Choo Tze Huang, 24, was the best Singapore golfer at the Asian Amateur Championship. He finished joint ninth on the leader board, with a final score of 281, seven-under par. Nine out of the starting 10 Singaporeans made the cut after day two. Twenty-four year old Huang Tze Choo managed to pull back in today’s round finishing an impressive joint ninth on the leader board, with a final score of 281, seven-under par.
Singapore's Choo Tze Huang, 24, found himself in joint 11th place with one day left to go in the Asian Amateur Championship. Tze Huang shot a day three score of 212, four-under par.
Singapore golfer Lam Zhiqun leapt back into contention with a superb 66 of his own on day two of the rain-delayed Asian Amateur Championship.
Choo Tze Huang was the leading Singaporean after day one at the Asian Amateur Championship. He is tied in sixth place, after he posted a consistent round that included three birdies on the 2nd, 10th, 14th and finishing in style by holing a final birdie on the 18th.
A total of 10 representatives from Singapore will compete in the third-annual Asian Amateur Championship. Joshua Shou, Lam Zhiqun, Marc Ong, Johnson Poh, Gregory Foo, Tze Huang Choo, Melvin Chew, Jerome Ng, George Foo and Joshua Ho will compete in the 72-hole, stroke play Championship, which is scheduled to take place at the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC) from September 29th to October 2nd, 2011.