2011 Asian Tour

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The 2011 Asian Tour was the 17th season of the modern Asian Tour, the main men's professional golf tour in Asia excluding Japan, since it was established in 1995.

Tournament results[edit]

The table below shows the 2011 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.

Only 50% of the prize money from major championships and World Golf Championships are counted towards the Order of Merit, but are not shown below.

Dates Tournament Host country Prize fund Winner OWGR
pts[2]
Notes
Feb 17–20 Avantha Masters  India 1,800,000 India Shiv Chowrasia (2) 20 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Mar 22–25 SAIL Open  India $300,000 Thailand Kiradech Aphibarnrat (1) 14
Apr 6–9 Panasonic Open  India $300,000 India Anirban Lahiri (1) 14
Apr 14–17 Maybank Malaysian Open  Malaysia $2,500,000 Italy Matteo Manassero (n/a) 42 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Apr 21–24 Indonesian Masters  Indonesia $750,000 England Lee Westwood (n/a) 20
Apr 28–May 1 Ballantine's Championship  South Korea 2,205,000 England Lee Westwood (n/a) 42 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
and Korean Tour
May 12–15 ICTSI Philippine Open  Philippines $300,000 United States Berry Henson (1) 14
Jun 16–19 Queen's Cup  Thailand $300,000 Thailand Chawalit Plaphol (3) 14
Jul 20–23 Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters  Malaysia RM1,200,000 Finland Joonas Granberg (1) 14
Sep 1–4 Omega European Masters   Switzerland 2,000,000 Denmark Thomas Bjørn (n/a) 44 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Sep 8–11 ISPS Handa Singapore Classic  Singapore $400,000 India Himmat Rai (1) 14
Sep 15–18 Macau Open  Macau $750,000 Taiwan Chan Yih-shin (2) 14
Sep 22–25 Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open  Japan ¥150,000,000 Japan Tetsuji Hiratsuka (4) 22 Co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour
Oct 6–9 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship  Taiwan $300,000 Taiwan Lu Wei-chih (2) 14
Oct 13-16 Hero Indian Open  India $1,250,000 Australia David Gleeson (3) 14
Oct 20–23 CJ Invitational  South Korea $750,000 South Korea K. J. Choi (5) 14 Co-sanctioned by the Korean Tour
Oct 27–30 CIMB Asia Pacific Classic Malaysia  Malaysia $6,100,000 United States Bo Van Pelt (n/a) 30 Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour
Nov 3–6 Mercuries Taiwan Masters  Taiwan $600,000 Taiwan Lu Wei-chih (3) 14
Nov 10–13 Barclays Singapore Open  Singapore $6,000,000 Spain Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño (n/a) 46 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Nov 17–20 Iskandar Johor Open  Malaysia $2,000,000 Netherlands Joost Luiten (n/a) 24 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Dec 1–4 UBS Hong Kong Open  Hong Kong $2,750,000 Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy (n/a) 38 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Dec 8–11 King's Cup  Thailand $300,000 Postponed[3]
Dec 15–18 Thailand Golf Championship  Thailand $1,000,000 England Lee Westwood (n/a) 32

Leading money winners[edit]

Rank Player Country Earnings (US$)
1 Juvic Pagunsan  Philippines 788,299
2 Tetsuji Hiratsuka  Japan 456,668
3 Shiv Chowrasia  India 444,529
4 Jbe' Kruger  South Africa 362,234
5 Thaworn Wiratchant  Thailand 340,942
6 David Gleeson  Australia 292,880
7 Kiradech Aphibarnrat  Thailand 291,968
8 Mohammad Siddikur  Bangladesh 291,653
9 Lu Wei-chih  Taiwan 269,230
10 Thongchai Jaidee  Thailand 266,246

There is a complete list on the official site here.

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