With the total score of 226 after three golf rounds, Dang Quang Anh became the winner of U10 category of The Kids Golf World Championship taken place from December 14th-18th, 2015 at Palm Resort Golf & Country Club, Malaysia.
After the first round of competition, with the score of 74, Quang Anh led the U10 group, he did a great job on the second round to lead the group with the total score of 150 (+6). He shot 76 on the final round to win gold at The Kids World Championship with a result of 10-over 226 after three days of competition.
The Vietnamese team of this year includes: Truong Quan, Aaron Tran, Dang Quang Anh – who finished second at the Championship in two consecutive years (2013-2014), Dang Minh Anh who was placed 10th in the boys’ U10 event last year, he is also the younger brother of Dang Quang Anh, Kien Alexander Fudge who has just won the SGGA- NUTIFOOD JUNIOR GOLF TOUR in October, 2015, Ngo Le Hoang Nam Phuong who ranked sixth in the girls’ U14 last year, Tom Drijbooms who won at the BRG junior golf tournament 2014.
The Kids Golf World Championship is presented by US Kids Golf and managed by Concept Collaboration Sdn Bhd. The championship is also sanctioned by the Malaysian Golf Association. the World Championship is a special opportunity for boys and girls between age 5 years to 18 years old to play in a world competition. Malaysia championed the race among other Asian nation including Japan, Thailand and Australia towards organizing his competition as host to the Kids Golf World Championship. This is the fourth year the Championship has been held, this year’s event attracted over 300 young golfers coming from 25 countries.
For Girls 9, Girls 8 & Under, Boys 8, Boys 7 & Under age group, the tournament shall be decided by stroke play over 3 rounds of 9 holes each, subject to the Committee’s right in the event of circumstances which make the playing 27 holes impracticable, to cancel any round or rounds at its discretion.
For Girls 10 to 18 and Boys 9 to 18 age group, the tournament shall be decided by stroke play over 3 rounds of 18 holes each, subject to the Committee’s right in the event of circumstances which make the playing of 54 holes impracticable, to cancel any round or rounds at its discretion.