Golf at the 2006 Asian Games – Men's team

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Men's team
at the 2006 Asian Games
Venue Doha Golf Club
Date8 December 2006 (2006-12-08) – 11 December 2006 (2006-12-11)
Competitors68 from 17 nations
Medalists
Gold medal icon.svg  
Silver medal icon.svg  
Bronze medal icon.svg  
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2010  

The men's team competition at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha was held from 8 December to 11 December at the Doha Golf Club. The men played at 7181 yards with a par 72. [1]

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Schedule

All times are Arabia Standard Time (UTC+03:00)

DateTimeEvent
Friday, 8 December 200607:001st round
Saturday, 9 December 200607:002nd round
Sunday, 10 December 200607:003rd round
Monday, 11 December 200607:00Final round

Results

RankTeamRoundTotalTo par
1234
Gold medal icon.svgFlag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg  South Korea  (KOR)205208208215836−28
Kang Sung-hoon 68726873
Kim Do-hoon 752 69657372
Kim Do-hoon 753 69737574
Kim Kyung-tae 68716770
Silver medal icon.svgFlag of India.svg  India  (IND)210211211217849−15
Gaganjeet Bhullar 70707073
Joseph Chakola 73707077
Chiragh Kumar 71717172
Anirban Lahiri 69737272
Bronze medal icon.svgFlag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Chinese Taipei  (TPE)205210215220850−14
Chan Shih-chang 69707778
Chiang Chen-chih 70697472
Pan Cheng-tsung 66716872
Pan Fu-chiang 76777376
4Flag of Japan.svg  Japan  (JPN)208212211222853−11
Yuta Ikeda 70707073
Yuki Ito 68707175
Naoyuki Tamura 73757074
Yuki Usami 70727276
5Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines  (PHI)211219211216857−7
Jay Bayron 68747074
Michael Bibat 70726770
Gene Bondoc 74767572
Marvin Dumandan 73737478
6Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore  (SIN)216215211223865+1
Choo Tze Huang 70706970
Justin Han 75747980
Vincent Khua 72757280
Jonathan Leong 74717073
7Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia  (MAS)213214222219868+4
Edmund Au 72757578
Ben Leong 69707471
Shukree Othman 73737773
Siva Chandhran Supramaniam 72717375
8Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand  (THA)216224211219870+6
Anujit Hirunratanakorn 71797174
Varan Israbhakdi 78747181
Nakarintra Ratanakul 74747074
Pavit Tangkamolprasert 71767071
9Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China  (CHN)218221212220871+7
Fan Zhipeng 73787282
Hu Mu 72746673
Wu Ashun 73727572
Wu Kangchun 73757475
10Flag of Bahrain.svg  Bahrain  (BRN)224234213220891+27
Hamed Farhan 76767071
Abdulla Mubarak 76827774
Daij Mubarak 84817581
Nasser Mubarak 72776875
11Flag of Sri Lanka.svg  Sri Lanka  (SRI)223224220225892+28
Tissa Chandradasa 75777377
Amrit de Soysa 80767477
Mithun Perera 73757375
Kandasamy Prabagaran 75737473
12Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan  (PAK)224227229233913+49
Vaqas Ahmed 75737478
Muhammad Ali Hai 71767475
Muhammad Safdar Khan 78788480
Tariq Mehmood 78788180
13Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam  (VIE)233239219228919+55
Nguyễn Thái Dương 81848073
Nguyễn Văn Thống 75776976
Trần Lê Duy Nhất 79797182
Trịnh Văn Thọ 79837979
14Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon  (LIB)237226232228923+59
Rachid Akl 78807775
Adnan Hammoud 81767680
Ali Hammoud 79757973
Mehdi Ramadan 80758480
15Flag of Nepal.svg  Nepal  (NEP)240230232241943+79
Yelamber Singh Adhikari 80717781
Chuda Bahadur Bhandari 82828382
Tashi Ghale 86868285
Shivaram Shrestha 78777378
16Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar  (QAT)232249251238970+106
Tariq Abu-Mooza 76838682
Abdulaziz Al-Bishi 85858890
Abdulaziz Al-Buainen 79828077
Adel Saeedan Al-Hamad 77848579
17Flag of Macau.svg  Macau  (MAC)2512422582491000+136
Chan Sio Peng 81748082
João de Senna Fernandes 93899081
Leung Kam Hung 82798886
Tang Kam Pui 88969399

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