Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour Series-China Sanya championship was canceled after Malaysian professional Arie Irawan was found dead in his hotel room at the age of 28.
missed the 36-hole section of the tournament, but "stayed in place" at the hotel across the street from the Sanya Yalong Bay Golf Club on Hainan Island in the South China Sea. The statement said that Iran's neighbor, Kevin Teakhakankobon, was preparing for the final round when he noticed that the Malaysian golfer did not respond to his bed. Ban, arrived shortly thereafter and started administering CPR. Local medical workers have declared dead in Iraq after 45 minutes to resume recovery efforts. it's just a terrible tragedy that affects all of us who are part of a very dense family here in China, "said Greg Carlson, executive director of the tour. "Ari played with us in 201
American Trevor Slyuman, who led after 54 holes out of 18 with a total of 198, was declared the winner of the tournament. Three other Americans – Matt Gilhrest, Max McGrury and Michael Perras – were attracted to the second, two beats behind. Sluman, a nephew of the long-standing professional PGA Tour Jeff Sluman, was looking for his first win in a four-day professional event at the University of Louisville in 2015. ]
"My heart goes to the seven Ari and his beautiful wife Marina," said Slyuman. "Together with the rest of the trip, we think of them at this time. It's very bittersweet today, but I think the rest of the year will be dedicated to Arie and the impact he has had on this trip."
Irawan played college golf at Tulsa University and graduated with a degree in information management systems. In 2013, he became a professional and played on the Asian Development Tour, winning two events in 2015, as well as an Asian tour, the PGA Tour from Australia, and the PGA Tour Series (China).
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