Not All Heroes Wear Capes….Some Wear Bibs. On May 12th 2022, we here at Fore Management, officially expanded our capabilities to include managing volunteer operations for both professional and amateur golf events. Since that day, we have provided volunteers for the Aramco Team Series: Bangkok, LIV Invitational: Bangkok, The Asian Pacific Amateur Championship, the DP World Tour: Thailand Classic and Aramco Team Series: Singapore....
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Fore and Performance54 teamed up to manage volunteers for the Aramco Team Series in Singapore. Get in on the adrenaline-filled event by reading this article
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Organising a corporate golf event can be a daunting task, but with FORE Management Group by your side, you can rest assured that every detail will be taken care of. We have years of experience planning successful golf days for our clients, and we'll use our expertise to make sure your event is a success. Contact us today to start planning your next corporate golf event!
Fore Management Group is looking for volunteers to be part of the DP World Tour Thailand Classic from the 16th-19th of February 2023. Visit our website to register.
Thailand had a stellar performance at the World Amateur Golfers Championship (WAGC) World Final 2022. 25 countries from all over the world competed in this event. WAGC was founded in 1995 by Sven Tumba and has now become the world's largest amateur golf championship. Next year's world final may take place in Phuket and Thailand will definitely be a favorite leading up to this tournament. Chris Watson, Fore's MD and Team Thailand's Captain commented on their 2nd place finish.
FORE is excited to have teamed up with Amata Spring Country Club to manage the volunteer program for the Asia Pacific Amateur Championship from the 27th-30th of October. The event will be held at the majestic Amata Spring Country Club and will give the chance to see the best rising stars across the Asia Pacific Region, past winners include Hideki Matsuyama in 2010/2011 and Curtis Luck in 2016, the winner of the event receives a place in The Open Championship and The Master in 2023.
Following on from last week’s article about how us golfers can get the most out of our caddie experience, we thought we’d give the caddie’s a chance to have their say and dive a little deeper into the whole Thailand caddie experience. We asked a few caddies why they put up with us hackers on a daily basis.
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