Hong Kong's Dominique Bouletmay not have achieved his goal of winning a tournament on the Asian Tour but he is making a name for himself as a TV pundit, so much so that he is being labelled as "The Voice of Asian Golf".Sunday, 19 May, 2013, 8:47am 1 comment
Asia's "golf war" makes an unwanted return this week when the OneAsia season starts with the Thailand Open - in direct competition with another big event on the rival Asian Tour.14 Mar 2013 - 3:32am
The political turf war between the Asian Tour and rival OneAsia has created a messy environment that has ruled out the involvement of global golf sponsor HSBC, the bank's head of sponsorship Giles Morgan said.27 Feb 2013 - 4:57am
Hu Mu, touted as the next great Chinese hope, is tipped by many to feature in the Olympics when golf makes a return to the Games in three years' time. But the tenacious Hu knows he must take it one step at a time as he prepares his long march.21 Feb 2013 - 6:08am
Asian golf returns this week with the search intensifying for a first global superstar to lead the region into a bright and innovative future and distract from the current squabbles.
With a growing middle class and thousands of courses, it is seen as just a matter of time before a player of genuine world stature emerges, but the process has been frustratingly slow.20 Feb 2013 - 4:00am
Chief executive Mike Kerr said the Asian Tour would produce at least three winners of golf's four majors and would be represented by more than 10 players at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with one medal winner by the 2020 Olympics.16 Feb 2013 - 5:09am
Australian Unho Park is aiming to become the first player since 1994 to successfully defend his HKPGA Championship title when the event starts today at Hong Kong Golf Club.
Park, who lost his Asian Tour card at the end of 2011, credits his win in the Ageas HKPGA Championship in May 2012 for rejuvenating his career and winning back his tour card last month.14 Jan 2013 - 3:57am
Rapid growth has made Asia the big new destination for world golf but there’s an unmistakable sense of gloom as long-standing events face an uncertain future and local talent stalls.
While rich tournaments and even richer stars continue to flood east, grabbing widespread attention and making large sums for the game’s elite, for the home-grown scene it’s a different story entirely.19 Dec 2012 - 12:50pm
Wiggins has rethink on missing Tour de France14 Dec 2012 - 2:10am
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