Golf writers, commentators, players and fans around the world are learning to pronounce new names and scrutinising Google Earth to find out where the cities of Guangzhou and Dongguan are on the...
Guan Tianlang's historic debut at the Masters ended with a rousing reception from fans gathered around Augusta National's famous 18th hole.
Chinese schoolboy Guan Tianlang rocked the golfing world by making the cut at the 77th Masters despite being penalised one shot for slow play in the second round.
Guan Tianlang found himself the talk of Augusta even before teeing off in his first Masters on Thursday and becoming the youngest player to take part in golf's most famous tournament.
Chinese 14-year-old schoolboy Guan Tianlang turned his historic first round at the 77th Masters on Thursday into one for the ages, firing a one-over par 73 to stand as the low amateur player.
Guan Tianlang has been the talk of Augusta this week, with seasoned pros amazed as much by the 14-year-old Chinese player's poise and maturity as his ball-striking as he prepares to become the...
China alone cannot solve the crisis. China is not the superpower that people sometimes think it is.
Tiger Woods was practising at the Masters driving range when up walked 14-year-old Chinese prodigy Guan Tianlang, greeting the superstar player who had inspired him to start golf.
Tiger Woods fears almost nothing in golf, but having 14-year-old Chinese prodigy Guan Tianlang set to become the youngest starter in Masters history has sent a shiver down his spine.
It's only when Guan Tianlang sits down that his tender years become apparent and you begin to question whether the enormity of the situation that is upon him has well and truly sunk in.
Ye Wocheng is just 18 holes away from achieving his ambition of eclipsing Guan Tianlang's record as the youngest player to compete on the PGA European Tour after yesterday's opening round of four-...
China’s 14-year-old prodigy Guan Tianlang has set his sights sky-high by aiming to become the first player to claim golf’s legendary “grand slam”: winning all four majors in the same year.