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Des Terblanche

Faldo falters at the final hurdle

'The iron shots were good but today's driving was poor and the putting was poor,' says disappointed Englishman

Monday, 6 December, 2004, 12:00am

Asian PGA Davidoff Tour Order of Merit

Yeh Wei-tze (Taiwan) - US$220,457

Jyoti Randhawa (India) - US$216,991

Simon Dyson (England) - US$201,621

Craig Camps (South Africa) - US$161,425

Arjun Atwal (India) - US$155,143

Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand) - US$150,041

Prayad Markasaeng (Thailand) - US$141,929

14 Dec 2000 - 12:00am

Sudden death format gives chance to win 'little war'

The Volvo Asian Matchplay is one of the few opportunities Asian PGA players have to play the format during the year.

It is widely played at amateur and international levels, but stroke play remains the norm in professional golf.

Even so, the sudden-death format of matchplay remains a favourite among professionals.

9 Dec 1998 - 12:00am

Yates ends his Tour drought

The frustrating wait for his first Asian PGA title is over for Thailand-based Scotsman Simon Yates. He succumbed to nerves during the closing holes in the Sabah Masters yesterday but his one-over-par 73 was good enough for a one-shot victory over South Africa's Des Terblanche.

10 Aug 1998 - 12:00am

Roll of Honour

OMEGA TOUR 1997 Asian Honda Classic Tiger Woods (US) Vietnam Open Andrew Bonhomme (AUS) London Myanmar Open Boonchu Ruangkit (THAI) DFS Galleria Guam Open Gerry Norquist (US) Satelindo Indonesia Open Craig Parry (AUS) Volvo China Open Cheng Jun (CHN) Sabah Masters Des Terblanche (SA) Singtel-Ericsson Singapore Open Zaw Moe (MYN) Philip Morris Asia Cup Park No-seok (KOR) Ericsson Asia-Pacific Ma

11 Dec 1997 - 12:00am