25 - 29 Oct 23
Royal Melbourne, Australia

Created in 2009, the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) was established to further develop amateur golf in the Asia-Pacific region. The champion receives an invitation to compete in The Open and Masters Tournament, while the runner(s)-up gain a place in Final Qualifying for The Open.

Over the AAC’s history, the championship has served as a springboard to some of the world’s top players, including Hideki Matsuyama, a two-time AAC winner and the 2021 Masters champion.

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Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific

The Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific championship (WAAP) has been developed by The R&A and Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation to unearth emerging talent and provide a pathway for Asia’s elite female amateurs to the international stage. The winner earns invitations to play in two major championships – the AIG Women’s Open, the Amundi Evian Championship and The Chevron Championship as well as elite championships such as the Hana Financial Group Championship and the Augusta National Women’s Amateur