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The Golf Academy has produced 18 national representatives for the Singapore Golf Association.

2018 Year of Induction  Andre Chong Wei Zer, Hailey Loh Suanne, Louis Tee Jun Jie, Nicole Mok Shue Ying

2017 Year of Induction  NIL

2016 Year of Induction  Callista Chen Wan Qing

2015 Year of Induction  Jacqueline De Los Reyes Young

2014 Year of Induction  Ryan Wong Wey Ren

2013 Year of Induction  Wong Qi Wen

2012 Year of Induction  Amanda Tan, Billie Pay Kian Heng, Dion Lim Jia Yi, Fariza Izanie Zain, Lucius Toh Zheng Xian, Nadhra Aqilah, Princeton Yeo Ming, Rachel Lim Rui Jia

2011 Year of Induction Abdul Hadi Uda Thith, Nicklaus CHiam Yew Chun

2010 Year of Induction Chia Chong Zheng, Edgar Oh Jie Qi, Low Wee Jin, Marc Ong Chong Ching, Nicholas Lim Jian Chao

2009 Year of Induction NIL      

2008 Year of Induction Fariza Izanie, Gregory Raymund Foo Yongen, Joey Poh Swee Leng

2007 Year of Induction  NIL

2006 Year of Induction George Anthony Foo Yong Guang, Joshua Shou Minqing, Lam Zhi Qun  

2005 Year of Induction  Timothy Low Wei Qiang

Major Games Representation

2015 – 28th Southeast Asian Games (Singapore): Abdul Hadi Uda Thith (Silver Medal – Men's Team), Amanda Tan (Bronze Medal – Women's Team), Marc Ong Chong Ching (Silver Medal – Men's Team)

2014 – 17th Asian Games (Incheon, South Korea): Gregory Raymund Foo Yongen, Marc Ong Chong Ching

2014 – 29th World Amateur Team Championships (Karuizawa, Japan): Amanda Tan, Marc Ong Chong Ching

2013 – 27th Southeast Asian Games (Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar): Abdul Hadi Uda Thith, Amanda Tan, Marc Ong Chong Ching

2012 – 28th World Amateur Team Championships (Anatalya, Turkey): Marc Ong Chong Ching

2011 – 26th Southeast Asian Games (Jakarta, Indonesia): Gregory Raymund Foo Yongen, Marc Ong Chong Ching

2010 – 16th Asian Games (Guangzhou, China): Gregory Raymund Foo Yongen, Joshua Shou Minqing

2009 – 25th Southeast Asian Games (Vientiane, Laos): Lam Zhiqun (Silver Medal – Men's Team)

Hole-in-one achievements

NameDate of AchievementTournamentCourse
Eugene Sim Min Hwee30 November 2007Telok Blangah Community Centre-Far East Organisation Golf Tournament 2007Seletar Country Club
Maisarah Sa'adon3 December 2013HSBC Youth Golf Challenge Leg 3 2013Kranji Golf Santuary Club
Lucius Toh Zheng Xian22 July 2015Singapore Open Amatuer Championship 2015Singapore Island Country Club 
Justin Kuk Zheng Zhong29 July 2018Optimist International Junior Golf Championship 2018Trump National Doral Resort and Spa (Miami, Florida)


Tie-Broken Lucius Settles For Third
2019 Philippine Amateur Open Golf Championship

Posted: 15 January 2019

It was a nerve-wracking conclusion to the 2019 Philippine Amateur Open Golf Championship as the Men’s Division competition ended in a three-way tie. Lucius Toh Zheng Xian entered the final play-off for the Championship Trophy after tying on 14-over 298 strokes at the end of four rounds. Unfortunately, a bogey in the first of a two-hole playoff put him out of the running for the title and placed him 2nd Runner-Up.

The competition began well for Lucius, carding 71 strokes for par on Round 1, to take an early lead in the tournament in Cavite, Philippines, from 3 to 6 January 2019. Despite a disappointing 12-over 83 strokes which cost the Singapore Sports School alumnus the lead as he slipped to 7th place after the second round, Lucius managed to bounce back in the subsequent two days to record best gross scores in both rounds, and was the only competitor to achieve par on two occasions in the tournament in Rounds 1 and 4.

Competition between Lucius and his two closest rivals – Japanese Gen Nagai and Thai Vanchai Luangnitikul – was tense on the last day of the tournament, as the top three golfers tied on stroke count after several times during the round. Lucius slipped to third after a double bogey on Hole 12, but slowly regained momentum with birdies in Holes 14 to 16, to even scores with his opponents. All three golfers shot equal strokes on their final three holes to complete the 72 holes tied, resulting in a playoff.

Strong Finish Lifts Nicole 'A' Crown
2018 Pondok Indah International Junior Golf Championship

Posted: 15 January 2019

Nicole Mok Shue Ying went from strength to strength in her final competition as a Singapore Sports School student-athlete to take home the champion trophy at the 2018 Pondok Indah International Junior Golf Championship on 20 December 2018.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme 2018 graduand overcame a dismal start in the Under 18 tournament in Jakarta, Indonesia, after hitting nine-over 81 strokes in Round 1 to place sixth on the leaderboard on 17 December. Nicole followed with a second-round highest of four-over 76 strokes which propped her up to joint-fourth, before finishing strong on even par to rank second overall. Her three-day combined score of 13-over 229 strokes tied her with Indonesia’s Nathania Damarisa Rim. Fortunately, Nicole’s stronger final round, compared to Nathania’s 73 strokes, and give the former the Girls “A” Division title.

Meanwhile, 16-year-old golfer Aidil Nor Amani Norazman delivered consistent performances across the three rounds to earn the Third Runner-Up title in the Boys “A” Division. Aidil maintained his fourth-place standing throughout the tournament for an eventual six-over 222 strokes (74, 73, 75), just missing out on third place by one stroke.

Post-secondary student-athlete Justin Kuk Zheng Zhong, Sports School’s other golfer in the same age category, began the competition ranked sixth on 75 strokes after the first round. However, his consistent subsequent rounds of 75 and 74 strokes was insufficient to earn him a podium spot and he finished eighth on eight-over 224 strokes.

The Pondok Indah International Junior Golf Championship is a prestigious event on the Junior golf calendar, and the 2018 edition was a successful inaugural partnership with the Junior Golf Tour of Asia to boost the competitive scene in Asia.

Boys 'A' Division
4th – Aidil Nor Amani Norazman

Girls 'A' Division
1st – Nicole Mok Shue Ying

Golfers Finish Top 3 In Sea
2018 Pondok Indah International Junior Golf Championship

Posted: 15 January 2019

Singapore Sports School student-athletes and alumni proved to be one of the top in Southeast Asia when they emerged top three at the 2018 South East Asian Amateur Golf Team Championship in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, from 20 to 23 December 2018.

Post-secondary golfer Andre Chong Wei Zer delivered Singapore’s best result at the competition with a third-place finish in the 12th Lion City Cup individual event. The Year 1 Diploma in Sport Management programme student-athlete carded 72 strokes for par on the last round, to pip Burmese Yar Zar Aung to the final podium spot. Both golfers had ended the four-round tournament tied on 300 strokes.

The 12th Lion City Cup (Men's Junior) is part of the 2018 South East Asian Amateur Golf Team Championship in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, from 20 to 23 December 2018, which also comprises the 58th Putra Cup (Men's Open), 10th Santi Cup (Women's Open) and 6th Kartini Cup (Women's Junior).

Alumni Low Wee Jin and Lucius Toh Zheng Xian also helped Singapore to finish third in the Putra Cup Team event, with an 871-strokes total. Wee Jin was the Men's Team's top individual performer in fifth position.

58th Putra Cup Team
3rd – Low Wee Jin, Lucius Toh Zheng Xian

12th Lion City Cup Individual
3rd – Andre Chong Wei Zer


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