2013 Asian Tour

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The 2013 Asian Tour was the 19th 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 2013 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 21–24 Zaykabar Myanmar Open Myanmar $300,000 Thailand Chawalit Plaphol (4) 14
Mar 6–9 SAIL-SBI Open India $300,000 India Anirban Lahiri (3) 14
Mar 14–17 Avantha Masters India 1,800,000 South Africa Thomas Aiken (n/a) 20 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Mar 21–24 Maybank Malaysian Open Malaysia $2,750,000 Thailand Kiradech Aphibarnrat (2) 38 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Mar 28–31 Chiangmai Golf Classic Thailand $750,000 Australia Scott Hend (3) 16
Apr 4–7 Panasonic Open India India $300,000 Australia Wade Ormsby (1) 14
Apr 11–14 Solaire Open Philippines $300,000 Taiwan Lin Wen-tang (6) 14
Apr 25–28 Ballantine's Championship South Korea 2,200,000 Australia Brett Rumford (n/a) 34 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
May 2–5 CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters Indonesia $750,000 Austria Bernd Wiesberger (2) 14
Jun 13–16 Queen's Cup Thailand $300,000 Thailand Prayad Marksaeng (7) 14
Jun 20–23 Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters Malaysia RM1,200,000 Thailand Pariya Junhasavasdikul (2) 14
Sep 5–8 Omega European Masters Switzerland 2,200,000 Denmark Thomas Bjørn (n/a) 30 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Sep 12–15 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship Taiwan $500,000 Thailand Thaworn Wiratchant (16) 14
Sep 26–29 Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open Japan ¥150,000,000 Japan Masahiro Kawamura (n/a) 16 Co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour
Oct 3–6 Mercuries Taiwan Masters Taiwan $600,000 Australia Scott Hend (4) 14
Oct 10–13 CJ Invitational South Korea $750,000 South Korea Kang Sung-hoon (1) 14 Co-sanctioned by the Korean Tour
Oct 17–20 Venetian Macau Open Macau $800,000 Australia Scott Hend (5) 14
Oct 24–28 CIMB Classic Malaysia $7,000,000 United States Ryan Moore (n/a) 48 Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour
Nov 7–10 Hero Indian Open India $1,250,000 Bangladesh Siddikur Rahman (2) 14
Nov 14–17 Resorts World Manila Masters Philippines $1,250,000 China Liang Wen-Chong (3) 14
Nov 28 – Dec 1 Indonesian Open Indonesia $750,000 India Gaganjeet Bhullar (5) 14
Dec 5–8 Hong Kong Open Hong Kong $1,300,000 Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez (7) 20 Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
Dec 12–15 Thailand Golf Championship Thailand $1,000,000 Spain Sergio García (n/a) 38
Jan 16–19 King's Cup Golf Hua Hin Thailand $1,000,000 Thailand Prayad Marksaeng (8) 14

Order of Merit[edit]

Rank Player Country Earnings (US$)
1 Kiradech Aphibarnrat  Thailand 1,127,855
2 Scott Hend  Australia 597,900
3 Anirban Lahiri  India 517,030
4 Siddikur Rahman  Bangladesh 495,467
5 Gaganjeet Bhullar  India 479,978
6 Liang Wen-Chong  China 398,798
7 Prayad Marksaeng  Thailand 364,339
8 Prom Meesawat  Thailand 346,740
9 Baek Seuk-hyun  South Korea 344,306
10 Shiv Kapur  India 289,871

There is a complete list on the official site here.

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