2022 AAC to Be Staged October 27-30 at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand

2022 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship to Be Staged October 27-30 at Amata Spring Country Club

The Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC), the Masters Tournament and The R&A today announced that the 13th Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) will be contested at Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand, October 27-30, 2022. The AAC will return to Amata Spring Country Club a decade after the fourth edition of the championship was hosted there…

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