2015 Asian Tour

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The 2015 Asian Tour is the 21st season of the modern Asian Tour, the main men's professional golf tour in Asia excluding Japan, since it was established in 1995.

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Tournament results

The table below shows the initial 2015 schedule. [1]

The number in brackets after each winner's name is the number of Asian Tour events he had won up to and including that tournament. This information is only shown for Asian Tour members.

Only 50% of the prize money from major championships and World Golf Championships are counted towards the Order of Merit, but are not shown below.

DateTournamentHost countryPrize fundWinner OWGR
pts
Notes
8 Feb Maybank Malaysian Open Malaysia $3,000,000 Flag of India.svg Anirban Lahiri (6)38Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
15 Feb True Thailand Classic Thailand $2,000,000 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Andrew Dodt (2)28New tournament
Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
22 Feb Hero Indian Open India $1,500,000 Flag of India.svg Anirban Lahiri (7)19Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
26 Apr CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters Indonesia $750,000 Flag of England.svg Lee Westwood (n/a)14
10 May AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Mauritius 1,000,000 Flag of South Africa.svg George Coetzee (n/a)17New tournament
Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
and Sunshine Tour
30 May Bashundhara Bangladesh Open Bangladesh $300,000 Flag of Singapore.svg Mardan Mamat (5)14New tournament
21 Jun Queen's Cup Thailand $300,000 Flag of Thailand.svg Prayad Marksaeng (9)14
26 Jul Omega European Masters Switzerland 2,700,000 Flag of England.svg Danny Willett (n/a)32Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
27 Sep Asia-Pacific Open Diamond Cup Golf Japan ¥150,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae (2)15Co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour
4 Oct Mercuries Taiwan Masters Taiwan $650,000 Flag of Malaysia.svg Danny Chia (2)14
11 Oct Yeangder Tournament Players Championship Taiwan $500,000 Flag of South Africa.svg Shaun Norris (1)14Shortened to 54 holes
18 Oct Venetian Macao Open Macau $1,000,000 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Scott Hend (7)17
25 Oct UBS Hong Kong Open Hong Kong $2,000,000 Flag of England.svg Justin Rose (n/a)34Co-sanctioned by the European Tour
1 Nov CIMB Classic Malaysia $7,000,000 Flag of the United States.svg Justin Thomas (n/a)46Co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour
8 Nov Panasonic Open India India $400,000 Flag of India.svg Chiragh Kumar (1)14
15 Nov World Classic Championship at Laguna National Singapore $750,000 Flag of Thailand.svg Danthai Boonma (1)14
22 Nov Resorts World Manila Masters Philippines $1,000,000 Flag of Thailand.svg Natipong Srithong (1)14
6 Dec Ho Tram Open Vietnam $1,500,000 Flag of Spain.svg Sergio García (n/a)14New tournament
13 Dec Thailand Golf Championship Thailand $1,000,000 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Jamie Donaldson (n/a)34Flagship event
20 Dec Philippine Open Philippines $300,000 Flag of the Philippines.svg Miguel Tabuena (1)14Shortened to 54 holes due to Typhoon Melor

Order of Merit

RankPlayerCountryEarnings (US$)
1 Anirban Lahiri Flag of India.svg  India 1,139,084
2 Scott Hend Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 491,631
3 Andrew Dodt Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 434,473
4 Shiv Chawrasia Flag of India.svg  India 343,272
5 Paul Peterson Flag of the United States.svg  United States 289,872
6 Thongchai Jaidee Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 276,238
7 Richard T. Lee Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 240,747
8 Danny Chia Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 238,966
9 Wang Jeung-hun Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 218,988
10 Prayad Marksaeng Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 209,645

There is a complete list on the official site here.

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References

  1. "2015 Schedule". Asian Tour.