Rianne Malixi heads Philippine contingent in Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific Golf

Rianne Malixi heads Philippine contingent in Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Golf

After a stunning win on the golf course in Australia, Rianne Malixi is getting ready to take another chance to win in the forthcoming Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship set to take place the 1st of February in Thailand.

Invincible by an impressive field of competitors she is determined to win. Filipina prodigy is preparing to show off her talents on the Siam country club’s Waterside golf course located in Pattaya.

However, the lessons and experience learned from playing an extremely challenging championship course such as that at Ashburn Golf Club and against an elite field including those competing for the title this weekend led by the winner Lauren Kim, are expected to help her stand in good position when she competes against the best and brightest in the world’s top amateur championship.

In addition to Baker, Wilson, Romero, Kim and Malixi, other top names to watch in the 156-player field are the world’s No. 4 Anna Davis, No. 7 Rachel Kuehn, No. 10 Amari Avery No. 19 Andrea Lignell, No. 20 Megan Schofill, No. 22 Amanda Samback, No. 24, Rachel Heck, Gianna Clemente, Bailey Shoemaker, Jeneath Wong, Sara Im and Thienna Huynh, and Emily Song from Irvine, California The youngest was 13 years old.