• Marcus BOTH

    AUS

    • Date of birth Jun 08, 1979
    • Turned Pro 2003
    • Residence Melbourne
    • Family Single

Biography

Marcus was a scholarship holder at the Australian Institute of Sports from 1998 to 2002.Says he enjoys the different cultures and different cities across the region.

Career Highlights

  1. Marcus is a three-time Asian Tour winner.In 2014, he won the ICTSI Philippine Open as a sponsor’s invitee
  2. Victory was sweet as he thought of quitting the game after losing his Tour card in 2013 for the first time in 11 seasons and then missing out by one shot at Qualifying School
  3. He ended a six-year title drought when he won the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open in 2009, claiming a one-shot victory to add to his lone triumph in the 2003 Sanya Open in China
  4. Regained his Asian Tour card for 2017 by finishing tied 33rd at Qualifying School.He finished runner-up at the 2001 Australian Amateur Championship.

Asian Tour Victories

  1. Other wins: (3)
  2. 2003 Sanya Open, China
  3. 2009 Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open
  4. 2014 ICTSI Philippine Open.
 

Tournament Results

Tournament Pos R1 R2 R3 R4 Score TO PAR Earnings
SMBC Singapore Open MC 76 69 - - 145 3 -
AB Bank Bangladesh Open T43 68 74 74 70 286 2 US$ 1,611
Asia-Pacific Classic MC 73 73 - - 146 2 -
Thailand Open MC 73 69 - - 142 2 -
Sarawak Championship MC 71 73 - - 144 0 -
Bank BRI Indonesia Open MC 71 76 - - 147 3 -
TAKE Solutions Masters T33 68 71 71 70 280 -4 US$ 2,595
Yeangder TPC MC 72 78 - - 150 6 -
UMA CNS Open Golf Championship T30 71 75 72 71 289 1 US$ 2,377
Panasonic Open India MC 73 74 - - 147 3 -

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