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Tournament results: Order of Merit - Asian Tr

Results for the Order of Merit - Asian Tr are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2022
Awards
Kim, Sihwan
$627,458
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Kim, Sihwan

Venue

Score

$627,458

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

34-year-old Sihwan Kim (USA) won the Asian Tour 2022 Order of Merit with earnings of $627,458 on the Tour. Bio Kim (S Kor) was second with $599,609; Scott Vincent (Zim) was third with $517,845.

2021
Awards
Kim, Joohyung
$507,553
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Kim, Joohyung

Venue

Score

$507,553

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

19-year-old Joohyung Kim (S Kor) won the Asian Tour wrap-around 2020/21 Order of Merit with earnings of $507,553 on the Tour. Sadom Kaewkanjana (Thai) was second with $378,972; Wade Ormsby (Aus) was third with $270,153. Kim was the second youngest golfer to win the Asian Tour Order of Merit, after Seungyul Noh, also 19 and a month younger, won it in 2003. Note: the Asian Tour 2020/21 season comprised only eight events, which included the first two events of 2022 (Singapore Intl and Singapore Open); all events were cancelled from mid-March 2020 until late-Nov 2021 due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

2020
Awards
(not awarded)
x
x
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

(not awarded)

Venue

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Asian Tour's Order of Merit was not awarded in 2020, but subsumed into the Tour's wrap-around 2020/21 season. All Asian Tour events were cancelled from mid-March 2020 until late-Nov 2021, due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

2019
Awards
Janewattananond, Jazz
US$1,058,524
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Janewattananond, Jazz

Venue

Score

US$1,058,524

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

24-year-old Janewattananond (Thai) won the Asian Tour 2019 Order of Merit (Habitat for Humanity Standings), with earnings of US$1,058,524 on the Tour. Scott Hend (Aus) was second with $545,419; Taehee Lee (S Kor) was third with $298,124.

2018
Awards
Sharma, Shubhankar
US$755,994
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Sharma, Shubhankar

Venue

Score

US$755,994

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Sharma (Ind) won the Asian Tour 2018 Order of Merit (Habitat for Humanity Standings), with earnings of US$755,994 on the Tour. Sang-Hyun Park (S Kor) was second with $566,211; Justin Harding (RSA) was third with $479,816.

2017
Awards
Green, Gavin
US$585,813
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Green, Gavin

Venue

Score

US$585,813

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Green (Aus) won the Asian Tour 2017 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$585,813 on the Tour, and became the first Malaysian golfer to achieve this honour. David Lipsky (USA) was second with $461,179; Phachara Khongwatmai (Thai) was third with $447,299.

2016
Awards
US$1,004,792
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hend, Scott

Venue

Score

US$1,004,792

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Hend (Aus) won the Asian Tour 2016 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$1,004,792 on the Tour. Marcus Fraser (Aus) was second with $730,023; Jeung-hun Wang (S Kor) was third with $546,193.

2015
Awards
US$1,139,084
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lahiri, Anirban

Venue

Score

US$1,139,084

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Lahiri (India) won the Asian Tour 2015 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$1,139,084 on the Tour. Scott Hend (Aus) was second with $491,631; Andrew Dodt (Aus) was third with $434,473.

2014
Awards
Lipsky, David
US$713,901
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lipsky, David

Venue

Score

US$713,901

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Lipsky (USA) won the Asian Tour 2014 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$713,901 on the Tour. Anirban Lahiri (India) was second with $602,833; Prom Meesawat (Thai) was third with $532,471.

2013
Awards
$1,127,855
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Aphibarnrat, Kiradech

Venue

Score

$1,127,855

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Aphibarnrat (Thai) won the Asian Tour 2013 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$1,127,855 on the Tour. Scott Hend (Aus) was second with $597,900; Anirban Lahiri (India) was third with $517,030.

2012
Awards
$738,046
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Wiratchant, Thaworn

Venue

Score

$738,046

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Wiratchant (Thai) won his second Asian Tour 2012 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$738,046 on the Tour. Marcus Fraser (Aus) was second with $672,744; Jbe Kruger (RSA) was third with $474,988.

2011
Awards
Pagunsan, Juvic
$788,298
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Pagunsan, Juvic

Venue

Score

$788,298

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Pagunsan (Phil) won the Asian Tour 2011 Order of Merit, with season earnings of US$788,298 on the Tour. Tetsuji Hiratsuka (Jpn) was second with $456,667; S.S.P. Chowrasia (Ind) was third with $444,528.

2010
Awards
Noh, Seung-Yul
$822,361
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Noh, Seung-Yul

Venue

Score

$822,361

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Noh (S Kor) won the Asian Tour 2010 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$822,361 on the Tour. Marcus Fraser (Aus) was second with $610,926. Rikard Karlberg (Swe) was third with $594,857.

2009
Awards
$981,931
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jaidee, Thongchai

Venue

Score

$981,931

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Jaidee (Thai) won his third Asian Tour Order of Merit, with 2009 earnings of US$981,931 on the Tour. Wen-chong Liang (China) was second with $779,580; Anthony Kang (USA) was third with $411,062.

2008
Awards
$1,452,701
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Singh, Jeev Milkha

Venue

Score

$1,452,701

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Singh (Ind) won his second Asian Tour Order of Merit in three years, with 2008 earnings of US$1,452,701 on the Tour. Lin Wen-tang (Tpe) was second with $844,734; Mark Brown (NZ) was third with $778,037.

2007
Awards
$532,590
see Score
UBS

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Liang, Wenchong

Venue

Score

$532,590

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

UBS

Liang (China) won the Asian Tour 2007 UBS Order of Merit, with earnings of US$532,590 on the Tour. Chapchai Nirat (Thai) was second with $442,325; Anton Haig (RSA) was third with $427,685.

2006
Awards
$591,884
see Score
UBS

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Singh, Jeev Milkha

Venue

Score

$591,884

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

UBS

Singh (India) won the Asian Tour 2006 UBS Order of Merit, with earnings of US$591,884 on the Tour. Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) was second with $444,736; Prom Meesawat (Thai) was third with $392,671.

2005
Awards
$510,122
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Wiratchant, Thaworn

Venue

Score

$510,122

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Wiratchant (Thai) won the Asian Tour 2005 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$510,122 on the Tour. Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) was second with $454,335; Jyoti Randhawa (Ind) was third with $329,835.

2004
Awards
$381,930
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jaidee, Thongchai

Venue

Score

$381,930

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Jaidee (Thai) won his second Asian Tour Order of Merit, with 2004 season earnings of $381,929 on the Tour. Jyoti Randhawa (Ind) was second with $351,710; Simon Yates (Scot) was third with $310,988.

2003
Awards
$284,019
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Atwal, Arjun

Venue

Score

$284,019

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Atwal (Ind) won the Asian Tour 2003 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$284,019 on the Tour. Zhang Lian-wei (China) was second with $254,870; Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) was third with $228,787.

2002
Awards
$266,264
see Score
Davidoff

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Venue

Score

$266,264

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Davidoff

Randhawa (India) won the Asian Tour 2002 Davidoff Order of Merit, with earnings of US$266,264 on the Tour. Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) was second with $242,558; Arjun Atwal (India) was third with $207,625.

2001
Awards
$353,060
see Score
Davidoff

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jaidee, Thongchai

Venue

Score

$353,060

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Davidoff

Jaidee (Thai) won the Asian Tour 2001 Davidoff Order of Merit, with earnings of US$353,060 on the Tour. Charlie Wi (S Kor) was second with $315,857; Andrew Pitts (USA) was third with $144,393.

2000
Awards
$282,371
see Score
Davidoff

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Dyson, Simon

Venue

Score

$282,371

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Davidoff

Dyson (Eng) won the Asian Tour 2000 Davidoff Order of Merit in his rookie season as a professional, with earnings of US$282,371 on the Tour. Jyoti Randhawa (Ind) was second with $224,898; Yeh Wei-Tze (Taiwan) was third with $224,357.

1999
Awards
Han, Kyi Hla
$204,210
see Score
Davidoff

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Han, Kyi Hla

Venue

Score

$204,210

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Davidoff

Han (Myan) won the Asian Tour 1999 Davidoff Order of Merit, with earnings of US$204,210 on the Tour. Gerry Norquist (USA) was second with $139,415; Simon Yates (Scot) was third with $132,999.

1998
Awards
$150,771
see Score
Omega

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Kang, Wook-soon

Venue

Score

$150,771

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Omega

Kang (S Kor) won his second Asian Tour Omega Order of Merit, with 1998 earnings of US$150,772 on the Tour. Ed Fryatt (Eng) was second with $139,447; Shaun Micheel (USA) was third with $124,502.

1997
Awards
Cunning, Mike
$170,619
see Score
Omega

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Cunning, Mike

Venue

Score

$170,619

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Omega

Cunning (USA) won the Asian Tour 1997 Omega Order of Merit, with earnings of US$170,619 on the Tour. Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) was second with $123,806; Wen-the Lu (Taiw) was third with $114,716.

1996
Awards
$183,737
see Score
Omega

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Kang, Wook-soon

Venue

Score

$183,737

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Omega

Kang (S Kor) won the Asian Tour 1996 Omega Order of Merit, with earnings of US$183,737 on the Tour. Gerry Norquist (USA) was second with $129,404; Thammanoon Sriroj (Thai) was third with $127,422.

1995
Awards
Jobe, Brandt
$178,524
see Score
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Jobe, Brandt

Venue

Score

$178,524

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Jobe (USA) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1995 Order of Merit, with earnings of US$178,524 on the Circuit (which comprised 13 of the top tournaments in Asia). Daniel Chopra (Swe) was second with $121,142; Jim Rutledge (Can) was third with $98,778. In 1995 Asia effectively had two golf tours: the outgoing Asia Golf Circuit and the newly formed Asian Tour, which became the focal Asian golf tour in subsequent years.

1995
Awards
Lin, Keng-chi
$177,856
see Score
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lin, Keng-chi

Venue

Score

$177,856

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Lin (Taiw) won the inaugural Asian Tour Order of Merit, with 1995 season earnings of US$177,856 on the Tour.

1994
Awards
827 pts
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Franco, Carlos

Venue

Score

827 pts

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Franco (Para) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1994 Order of Merit, accumulating 827 pts from Asia's top 10 professional events. Brandt Jobe (USA) was second with 708 pts; Jim Rutledge (Can) was third with 686 pts.

1993
Awards
Watts, Brian
857 pts
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Watts, Brian

Venue

Score

857 pts

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Watts (Can/USA) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1993 Order of Merit, accumulating 857 pts from Asia's top nine professional events. Chang-ting Yeh (Taiw) was second with 814 pts; Brandt Jobe (USA) was third with 668 pts.

1992
Awards
875 pts
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hamilton, Todd

Venue

Score

875 pts

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Hamilton (USA) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1992 Order of Merit, accumulating 875 pts from Asia's top eight professional events. Chin-sheng Hsieh (China) was second with 600 pts; Tom Pernice Jr (USA) was third with 591 pts.

1981
Awards
Lu, Hsi-chuen
712.5 pts
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lu, Hsi-chuen

Venue

Score

712.5 pts

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Lu (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit Order of Merit for the third straight year, accumulating 712.5 pts from Asia's top professional events. Ming-chung Ho (Taiw) was second with 697 pts; Payne Stewart (USA) was third with 690 pts.

1980
Awards
Lu, Hsi-chuen
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lu, Hsi-chuen

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Lu (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit Order of Merit for the second straight year, accumulating the most pts from Asia's top professional events.

1979
Awards
Lu, Hsi-chuen
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Lu, Hsi-chuen

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Lu (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1979 Order of Merit, accumulating the most pts from Asia's top professional events.

1977
Awards
Hsieh, Min-nan
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hsieh, Min-nan

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Hsieh (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1977 Order of Merit, accumulating the most pts from Asia's top 10 professional events. Second was Mya Aye (Burma).

1975
Awards
Hsieh, Min-nan
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hsieh, Min-nan

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Hsieh (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1975 Order of Merit, accumulating the most pts from Asia's top professional events.

1971
Awards
Hsieh, Min-nan
Asia Circuit

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hsieh, Min-nan

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Asia Circuit

Hsieh (Taiw) won the Asia Golf Circuit 1971 Order of Merit, accumulating the most pts from Asia's top professional events.

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