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Maybank Malaysian Open
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 08 Feb 2007 - 11 Feb 2007
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Campbell Spearheads Powerful Line-up in Malaysia
Michael Campbell, the 2005 US Open Champion, Ryder Cup players Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood, and Asia’s 2006 Order of Merit winner, Jeev Milkha Singh, spearhead a powerful line-up for the Maybank Malaysian Open, which returns to Saujana Golf and Country Club for the fifth time. Two-time winner Thongchai Jaidee, former Asian Tour Number One Jyoti Randhawa of India, and Dane Thomas Björn, who will be chasing his tenth European Tour title, are also in a strong field for the event jointly sanctioned by The European Tour and the Asian Tour.
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Campbell gets Major Feel in Malaysia
Michael Campbell will draw on his fondest memories when he tees off on Thursday in the first round of the Maybank Malaysian Open. The New Zealander says the Palm Course at Saujana Golf and Country Club reminds him of Pinehurst No. 2 where he famously held off Tiger Woods to capture the 2005 US Open Championship.
Rock-steady Robert tames The Cobra to lead in Malaysia
What a difference a year makes – just ask Robert Rock. This time 12 months ago the Englishman was “quarantined” in his Kuala Lumpur hotel room having been forced to withdraw on the eve of the Maybank Malaysian Open after contracting chicken pox. Fast forward to today and Rock left Saujana Golf & Country Club feeling the best he ever has in his golfing life, thrilled to be leading a tournament for the first time following a brilliant round of six under par 66.
Teenage Thai leads as storms hits Maybank Malaysian Open
On a day when the mercury passed 100 degrees Fahrenheit in steamy Kuala Lumpur it was not surprising to see a Thai golfer leading the Maybank Malaysian Open, as 18 year old Chinarat Phadungsil carded a second round 67 before play was cancelled due to lightning. When the players were called off the course at 4.50pm local time, Phadungsil led the way on seven under par 137 from a quintet on five under.
Rookie Rafael staying calm as he chases Malaysian win
Thai teenager Chinarat Phadungsil retained his two stroke overnight lead at the Maybank Malaysian Open following the conclusion of the delayed second round on Saturday morning. The 18 year old sits on seven under par 137 after rounds of 70 and 67, while behind him on five under par is a multi-national group comprising Simon Dyson of England, Rafael Echenique of Argentina, Marcus Higley of England, Mikko Ilonen of Finland and Edward Loar of the United States.
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