Spanish world number six Sergio Garcia, South Korean number one Choi Kyung-ju and China's leading player, Zhang Lianwei, have confirmed their participation in this year's GBP1.25 million ($18.621...
South African star Ernie Els will headline the cast for the 2005 Johnnie Walker Classic in Beijing in April.
World number three Els has signed up for Asia Pacific's premier golf event...
Like every walk of life in Asia, golf has suffered fallout from the region's economic crisis.
Hong Kong: The 1999 Johnnie Walker Classic will be tri-sanctioned for the first time in its nine-year history by the European, Australasian and Asian PGA Tours.
So, another chapter in the Tiger Woods legend has been written. With his improbable Johnnie Walker Classic triumph on the eve of the Year of the Tiger, the 'Chosen One' emitted a roar of intent...
Ernie Els flexed his muscles yesterday to race clear in the Johnnie Walker Classic as world number one Tiger Woods continued to toil in the Phuket sunshine.
Dominique Boulet yesterday defied fatigue to lap the field and soar to the top of the Hong Kong PGA Order of Merit standings.
With a second-round 64 at the Clearwater Bay Golf and...
The Johnnie Walker Classic, the region's highest profile golfing event throughout the 1990s, will return to its Asian roots in 1998.
WHILE Ian Woosnam was continuing the Johnnie Walker Classic tradition of producing big-name winners, the Asian flag was kept flying high by Korean Park Nam-sin.
HONG KONG'S Dominique Boulet aims to cash in on his late invitation to join this week's US$925,000 Johnnie Walker Classic, Asia's most glittering golfing extravaganza.
PRESIDENT Fidel Ramos is leading a concerted Philippine bid to bring the Johnnie Walker World Championship to Asia.
ZHANG Lianwei and Cheng Jun will attempt to put visa complications behind them when they tee-off in the Heineken Classic at The Vines in Perth, Australia, writes Spencer Robinson.