The Simone Asian Pacific Cup is back.  

Jakarta, November 24 Pondok Indah Golf Club will once again host the Simone Asia Pacific Cup for the second time. Last year’s series was very memorable for golf fans because this was one of the biggest professional golf championships for women golfers in Indonesia. Last season, SIMONE Holding Company succeeded in attracting the eyes of golf fans in Indonesia to the Pondok Indah Golf Course because it succeeded in bringing LPGA female golf players such as Lydia Ko, So Yeon Ryu, and Bo Mee Lee in action at this event, allowing golf fans in Indonesia to see firsthand This world-class player shows his skills.
Last year, Princess Mary Superal from the Philippines managed to win the best individual title, while the South Korean team represented by So Yeon Ryu and Bo Mee Lee won the team title.

The championship, this time called SIMONE APAC CUP 2023, has two titles, namely the individual title and team title, with a total prize of up to USD 75,000. The team competition (USD 20,000) and the individual competition (USD 55,000) will be held for three days from December 21–23, 2023, at the same venue as Pondok Indah Golf Club and organized by AGLF (Asia Golf Leader Forum).

A little information about the Simone Asia Pacific Cup, it brings together teams from 13 countries and 14 golf associations, where female golfers compete in team and individual events in the 54-hole stroke play tournament. It is part of the series of tournaments on the Ladies Asian Tour (LAT) Series.

Like last year, there will be star players who will compete in this event, such as world number 9 player Atthaya Thitikul (THA), who is ready to act in his debut at the SIMONE APAC Cup 2023. Atthaya will join forces with Jaravee Boonchant, who is making her second Simone Asia Pacific Cup appearance. Another name that will attract attention is player No. 17 from Japan, Nasa Hataoka, who has six wins on the LPGA Tour and six on the Japan Ladies Professional Golf (JLPGA) Tour.

From Indonesia itself, which has just finished conducting the selection, names such as Patricia Sinolungan, Ida Ayu Indira Melati Putri, and Inez Beatrice W for pro players and Kristina Natalia Yoko and Elaine Wijaya for amateur players emerged. These five players will represent Indonesia at this year’s event.

So, are you ready to go to Pondok Indah Golf Club on December 21–23, 2023? For ticket information, go directly to

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