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Jason Hak Signs as Clearwater Bay Ambassador

Hong Kong No. 1 Jason Hak Shun-yat has signed a three-year agreement to be an Ambassador for The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club. As part of the agreement, the Club’s logo will appear on Hak’s golf shirt and his golf bag. Hak, 22, participated in a signing ceremony with Club Chairman Wyman Li and Golf Committee Chairman David Hui before being presented to Club members, “I’d like to thank The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club for giving me this opportunity,” Hak said. “It’s an honour to be the Club’s Ambassador. I’m really looking forward to working with the Club for the next three years and meeting all the members.”

Hak represented Hong Kong in many amateur compet it ions, i nclud i ng t he 2011 Put ra Cup at Clearwater Bay and is still remembered for becoming the youngest player to make the cut at a European Tour event at the Hong Kong Open in 2008, aged 14 years and 304 days. He went on to make the cut at his home Open in 2009 and 2011, and also topped the American Junior Golf Association’s rankings before joining Georgia Tech in 2012. Hak was 19 when he turned pro in August 2013 and has shone on this year’s PGA TOUR China Series

Michelle Lee Joins Huskies

HKGOLFER.COM

Daniel Wong

Christmas came early for HKGA Ladies’ Squad member Michelle Lee as she recently signed National Letter of Intent to play for the Husky Women’s Golf team at the University of Washington for the 2017-18 season. The head coach of the Husky Women’s Golf team Mary Lou Mulflur said: “Michelle will fit in to our program seamlessly and we're excited to have her here in Seattle." Michelle is known for her powerful swing and is featured in our analysis on page 44. HK GOLFER・DEC 2016

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