Asian Tour Golf Show celebrates 100th episode

Wed 01 May 2013

Asian Tour Golf Show celebrates 100th episode

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May 1: The exciting and entertaining Asian Tour Golf Show will reach a new milestone when it celebrates its 100th episode at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters this week.
From Thailand to the beautiful Swiss Alps, the Asian Tour Golf Show has danced with the Asian Tour stars, flown high in the sky, swam, surfed and soaked in the seas. The Golf Show has also visited some of the most beautiful corners of Asia and beyond and will do so for many years to come.
The 100th Asian Tour Golf Show will complement the 10th Asian Tour season fittingly as they have recorded some of the most interesting action on the region’s premier Tour.
They filmed a show on Thongchai Jaidee’s university for the underprivileged for Lopburi youngsters and celebrated Thaworn Wiratchant’s record breaking 300th Asian Tour event.
They were also there when Asia’s first Major winner Y.E. Yang demonstrated some ‘hidden skills’ and were on site when Noh Seung-yul of Korea emerged as the youngest Asian Tour Order of Merit winner.
They have watched Jeev Milkha Singh blaze a trail for Indian golf which has inspired the likes of Gaganjeet Bhullar, Anirban Lahiri and a host of other Indian talents.
Some of the highlights from the Asian Tour Golf Show include filming Berry Henson disco dancing, skydiving with Digvijay Singh and cooking with the chefs from Kuala Lumpur to the Crans-sur-Sierre in Switzerland.
The Asian Tour Golf Show has also visited the formula one track of Singapore and India as well as the temples in Thailand and Malaysia.
From the Swiss mountains to the Andaman seas, Bondi Beach and the wonders of Angkor Wat – the Asian Tour Gof Show has set new boundaries and showed many wonderful talents in Asian golf.
Expect all these in many more episodes to come.