Malaysian Open (golf)

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Malaysian Open
Tournament information
LocationKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Course(s)Kuala Lumpur G&CC
Length6,967 yards (6,371 m)
Tour(s)European Tour
Asian Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fund$3,000,000
Month playedFebruary
Final year2015
Tournament record score
Aggregate260 Arjun Atwal (2003)
To par−24 (as above)
Final champion
India Anirban Lahiri
Kuala Lumpur is located in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur
Location in Malaysia

The Maybank Malaysian Open was a men's professional golf tournament. The tournament ran on the European and Asian Tours. Since its inauguration in 1962, there has never been a Malaysian winner. The tournament started in 1962 as an Asian Tour event but it did not join the European Tour until 1999.

The tournament was first sanctioned by the European Tour in 1999, as part of its expansion into Asia, which began in 1989. The 2012 event was held at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club with a prize fund of US$2.5 million.[1] Former winners include former World Number 1, Vijay Singh, and European Ryder Cup star, Lee Westwood and the 2010 Open Championship winner Louis Oosthuizen. Another notable other winner was 17 year old Matteo Manassero from Italy in 2011.

The event has not been staged since 2015. The final champion was India's Anirban Lahiri. This was his first ever win on the European Tour and it was his sixth win on the Asian Tour. It was played at the Kuala Lumpur G&CC .


European and Asian Tour event (1999–2015)
Season Venue Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Asian Euro
Maybank Malaysian Open
2015 2015 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Anirban Lahiri  India 272 −16 1 stroke Austria Bernd Wiesberger
2014 2014 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Lee Westwood (2)  England 270 −18 7 strokes Belgium Nicolas Colsaerts
South Africa Louis Oosthuizen
Austria Bernd Wiesberger
2013 2013 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Kiradech Aphibarnrat  Thailand 203* −13 1 stroke Italy Edoardo Molinari
2012 2012 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Louis Oosthuizen  South Africa 271 −17 3 strokes Scotland Stephen Gallacher
2011 2011 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Matteo Manassero  Italy 272 −16 1 stroke France Grégory Bourdy
2010 2010 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Noh Seung-yul  South Korea 274 −14 1 stroke South Korea K. J. Choi
2009 2009 Saujana G&CC Anthony Kang  United States 271 −17 1 stroke England David Horsey
Thailand Prayad Marksaeng
India Jyoti Randhawa
England Miles Tunnicliff
2008 2008 Kota Permai G&CC Arjun Atwal (2)  India 270 −18 Playoff Sweden Peter Hedblom
2007 2007 Saujana G&CC Peter Hedblom  Sweden 280 −8 1 stroke France Jean-François Lucquin
2006 2006 Kuala Lumpur G&CC Charlie Wi  South Korea 197* −19 1 stroke Thailand Thongchai Jaidee
Carlsberg Malaysian Open
2005 2005 Saujana G&CC Thongchai Jaidee (2)  Thailand 267 −21 3 strokes India Jyoti Randhawa
2004 2004 Saujana G&CC Thongchai Jaidee  Thailand 274 −14 2 strokes Australia Brad Kennedy
2003 2003 The MINES Resort Arjun Atwal  India 260 −24 4 strokes South Africa Retief Goosen
Australia Brad Kennedy
2002 2002 Royal Selangor Golf Club Alastair Forsyth  Scotland 267 −17 Playoff Australia Stephen Leaney
2001 2001 Saujana G&CC Vijay Singh (2)  Fiji 274 −14 Playoff Republic of Ireland Pádraig Harrington
Benson and Hedges Malaysian Open
2000 2000 Templer Park Yeh Wei-tze  Taiwan 278 −10 1 stroke United States Craig Hainline
Republic of Ireland Pádraig Harrington
South Africa Des Terblanche
Benson and Hedges Malaysian Open presented by Carlsberg
1999 1999 Saujana G&CC Gerry Norquist  United States 280 −8 3 strokes Germany Alex Čejka
United States Bob May

* - event reduced to 54 holes due to weather.

Prior to European Tour co-sanctioning


  1. ^ "Noh Pulls Off Dramatic Win". 7 March 2010. Retrieved 7 March 2010.

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Coordinates: 3°08′N 101°38′E / 3.14°N 101.64°E / 3.14; 101.64