Golfer V. Khavish Varman (pictured) has good motives to get good results in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC). This is because this year’s 12th champion will be invited to participate in the two most prestigious golf tournaments in next year’s US Masters and British Open 2022. The British Open fans can buy British Open Tickets from our website.

Khavish Varman has good motives to get good results in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship
Khavish Varman has good motives to get good results in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

The runner-up will also be eligible to participate in the British Open qualifier of the British Open in St Andrews.

According to the current status, Khavish from the United States is likely to come forward in the tournament to be held tomorrow at the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Khavish, who represents the American University of Alabama. Won the PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship in May this year and won twice at the Graeme McDowell Invitational in September this year.

Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

Earlier last month, the 21-year-old also finished ninth at the Bank of Tennessee Inter-collegiate. And climbed to 175th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR), the best of his career.

Khavish made his debut in the stellar 2020-21 season. Where he was named the United States Conference Rookie of the Year.

However, if the Malaysian wants to be at the top of the game. He needs to show more performance in addition to his A-level competition. Because, in this 120-strong arena, the talented Japanese number one in the world has Keita Nakajima and China champion Lin Yuxin.

Khavish represents the American University of Alabama
Khavish represents the American University of Alabama

Yuxin, who is also the 2017 champion, can look forward to a tough challenge from Nakajima. He has been in excellent shape lately after winning the Japanese Amateur Championship and the Panasonic Open of the Japan Pro Tour.

Other Malaysians participating in the AAC are Marcus Lim, Rizq Adam Rohizam, and G. Nateeshvar Anatha. Marcus is the only one of the four who entered the competition when he took 52nd place in China two years ago.

The Malaysian players’ best-ever result is tied for seventh place. Iszaimi Ismail completed its first in China’s first AAC in 2009. And Ervin Chang matched it nine years later in Singapore.

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