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Chawrasia defends Indian title

SSP Chawrasia clinched his fourth European Tour title on Sunday when he won the Indian Open for the second successive year.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/3/12 23:53:39

Brilliant Park storms to victory with putting master class in Singapore

Former world No.1 Park In-bee wielded a red-hot putter on her way to a ­tournament-record eight-under 64 that catapulted the Korean to a one-shot victory at the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore on Sunday.
Soure:Reuters: 2017/3/5 23:28:40

Wie leads in Singapore

Michelle Wie reveled in being injury-free for the first time in years as she carded a superb 66 to lead after the first-round of the HSBC Women's Champions on Thursday.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/3/3 0:23:39

Japan club gets sharp warning

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Thursday issued a sharp warning to the private club set to host golf at the 2020 Tokyo Games: Admit women or you're out.
Soure:AFP: 2017/3/3 0:18:39

Golf made simpler and faster in new 'fundamental' rule proposals

Golf rulemakers The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A) and United States Golf Association (USGA) on Wednesday unveiled a radical set of new rule proposals they hope will simplify the game and also speed up play.
Soure:AFP: 2017/3/2 0:03:39

Yang storms to victory

Amy Yang sank a short birdie putt on the 72nd hole to seal a five-stroke victory at the Honda LPGA Thailand in style on Sunday, the Korean claiming the title for a second time with a new tournament record.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/26 23:43:39

Ariya grabs lead on home turf

World No.2 Ariya Jutanugarn cruised to a shared lead in the first round of the Honda LPGA in Chonburi, Thailand on Thursday, eying a redemptive victory on her home turf.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/23 23:53:40

Johnson cruises to world No.1 ranking

Dustin Johnson secured the world No.1 ranking in style when he smoked the field for a five-stroke victory at the Genesis Open in southern California on Sunday.
Soure:Reuters: 2017/2/20 23:08:40

Jang claims Australian Open

South Korea's Jang Ha-na stormed to a three-shot victory in the Australian Open at Royal Adelaide with a blistering eagle-birdie finish on Sunday.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/19 23:53:39

Rumford takes first Super 6 title in Perth

Hometown hero Brett Rumford nailed his final drive to beat Thai teenager Phachara Khongwatmai 2&1 in the six-hole match-play final to win the inaugural World Super 6 title in Perth on Sunday and claim back his European Tour card.
Soure:AFP: 2017/2/19 23:41:11

Brilliant Zanotti eagles last for Malaysia triumph

Fabrizio Zanotti completed a brilliant final round with a birdie-eagle finish to claim a one-shot victory at the Maybank Championship on Sunday as the Paraguayan stormed to his second European Tour title.
Soure:Reuters: 2017/2/12 23:13:39

Willett fires 66 in Malaysia

Reigning US Masters champion Danny Willett shot a six-under-par 66 for his best round this year to lie three strokes behind Scotland's Marc Warren at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia on Thursday.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/9 23:03:39

Ko confirms Gilchrist as new coach

Women's world No.1 golfer Lydia Ko confirmed Gary Gilchrist as her new coach on Wednesday and said the South African had already “ripped apart” her swing ahead of her season debut in Australia next week.
Soure:Reuters: 2017/2/8 23:18:39

Decision postponed

The Kasumigaseki Country Club, which is set to host golf for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, failed to reach a decision about ending a ban on women as full members on Tuesday, with the head of its board of directors calling the situation “a nuisance.”
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/7 23:28:39

Garcia seals Dubai victory

Sergio Garcia led from start to finish to win the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday by three shots from Henrik Stenson.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/5 23:43:40

Woods withdraws from Dubai with back spasm

Former world No.1 Tiger Woods has pulled out of the Dubai Desert Classic ahead of his second round because of a back spasm, the European Tour said Friday.
Soure:Agencies: 2017/2/4 0:33:40

Miserable start for Woods in Dubai

Tiger Woods felt the pain, figuratively at least, after the former world No.1 failed to make a single birdie in recording a miserable five-over 77 on the opening day of the Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday.
Soure:Reuters: 2017/2/2 23:03:39

Woods hopes to shake off rust with busy calendar

Tiger Woods said Monday he is confident that his battered 41-year-old body can withstand the rigors of playing in four golf tournaments over the next five weeks.
Soure:AFP: 2017/1/24 23:08:23