Winner of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship secures a spot at the AIG Women’s Open, Evian Championship and Augusta National Women’s Amateur; watch live throughout the week live on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel
Last Updated: 11/11/21 7:14am
Some of golf’s future female stars tee it up at the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship, with the event available for free via Sky Sports’ live YouTube stream.
The championship returns after a year’s gap due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with 15 nations represented in the 78-player field at Abu Dhabi Golf Club.
Korea’s Youmin Hwang and China’s Xiaowen Yin are the two highest-ranked players in action, heading into the week fourth and seventh respectively in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), with the tournament helping to unearth emerging talent for Asian golfers.
The winner of this week’s event will secure invites to both the AIG Women’s Open and the Amundi Evian Championship, two of the women’s majors, as well as an exemption for the Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
New Ladies European Tour order of merit winner Atthaya Thitikul is a former winner of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, having won the inaugural contest in 2018, where two of this year’s major winners – Yuka Saso and Patty Tavatanakit – were also in the field.
November 10, 2021, 6:00am
Sky Sports will show four hours of live coverage from all four rounds in the United Arab Emirates, with coverage running from 6am to 10am each day on Sky Sports Mix and – for free – on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel.
The first two hours of each day will also be available on Sky Sports Golf as part of a quintuple-header of live golf this week, with European Tour, PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour action also available to enjoy.
Click on the video above to watch a free live stream from the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship.
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