Kyi Hla Han
|Kyi Hla Han|
|— Golfer —|
13 February 1961 |
|Former tour(s)||Asian Tour|
|Achievements and awards|
Order of Merit
Kyi Hla Han turned professional in 1980. He recorded his first professional win at the 1983 Malaysian PGA Championship. He played on the Asian Tour from its debut season in 1995 until 2004. In 1999 he was the top money winner on the tour and that year he collected his only win in an official money Asian Tour tournament at the Volvo China Open. As of 2006 he was appointed Chairman of the Asian Tour, upon the tour having been reconstituted in 2004 after having been taken over by the players themselves.
Kyi is given credit for having overseen the rapid growth of the Asian Tour.
- 1983 Malaysian PGA Championship
- 1985 Malaysian PGA Championship
- 1989 Thai PGA Championship
- 1993 Hong Kong PGA Championship
- 1994 Epson Singapore Open, Hong Kong PGA Championship
- 1994 Johor Masters (Malaysia)
- 1997 Rolex Masters (Singapore)
- 1999 Volvo China Open (Asian Tour)
- 2003 Nations Cup (with Aung Win)
- "Myanmar Open Makes A Return". Asian Tour. 2010-02-02.
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