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Mardan Mamat (SIN)

  • Mardan Mamat

Singapore’s Mardan Mamat turned professional in 1994 and has been flying the flag for his country ever since.

He showed great promise as an amateur, claiming an individual victory in the Putra Cup in 1993 on his way to helping Singapore land the team title.

In 1997, he shot to prominence at Royal Troon when he became the first Singaporean to qualify for the British Open and he was also the first golfer from the country to win an Asian Tour title following his success at the 2004 Royal Challenge Indian Open.

His thrilling victory in the 2006 OSIM Singapore Masters ensured he was the first player from Singapore to win a European Tour event. The win also earned him a two-year exemption into the European Tour.

Equipment
Driver i-EZONE TX Drivers: 445cc
Career Highlights
2012

Philippine Open: Champion

2011

The Fujisankei Classic: 2nd place

2011

Panasonic Open: 2nd place

2010

Mercedes-Benz Masters Malaysia: Champion

2009

Mercedes-Benz Masters Singapore: Champion

2006

OSIM Singapore Masters: Champion

2004

Royal Challenge Indian Open: Champion

2001

PFP Classic (Malaysia): Champion

1998

Emirates PGA Golf Championship (Singapore): Champion

1997

Emirates PGA Golf Championship (Singapore): Champion

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