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Sadbhav to attend AAC Academy in Japan in May

KATHMANDU, March 21: Top Nepali amateur golfer Sadbhav Acharya received an invitation to attend the AAC Academy at the Taiheiyo Club in Japan in May.
Sadbhav, who is ranked 548th in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, was invited to attend the special training by the Executive Committee of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) — represented by The R&A, the Masters Tournament, and the Asia Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC).
The team of experts in coaching, sports science, fitness and other areas will deliver sessions to the players in the Academy slated for May 4-11. “The goal of the Academy is to further enhance the abilities, skills and prepare the players for the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship scheduled for October 3-6 at the Taiheiyo Club,” said AAC in a letter sent to the Nepal Golf Association.
The AAC — which will cover all the expenses of the participants including flights, accommodation, coaching and sports science — will also provide the players with golf equipment.
“We will also continue our player performance monitoring system for the players following the conclusion of the Academy. This will aim to track player progress with real time information and assistance to provide on-going support,” the AAC added.
Sadbhav will be participating in the AAC Academy for the second time. He was invited to take part in Academy in Thailand last year. Former No 1 amateur Subash Tamang attended the AAC Academy in Australia last year. Subash has turned pro and is playing in the Professional Golf Tour of India.
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