Totton grabs qualifying spot to join HK Open fieldSaturday, 22 October, 2011, 12:00am
American C. J. Gatto believes he can become the first player in 17 years to win back-to-back Ageas Hong Kong PGA Championships. Speaking ahead of today's first round at Clearwater Bay, Gatto said: 'It's never easy to defend a title, and with the field as strong as it is it'll be even more of a challenge.29 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Former major winner Wayne Grady, 53, will take a break from the senior tour to again compete in the HK$300,000 Ageas Insurance Hong Kong PGA Championship. Australian Grady, winner of the US PGA Championship in 1990, will spearhead a 70-strong field in the three-day tournament, which will be played on three different courses.9 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
Despite the cramped nature of the city, golf has taken Hong Kong by storm.
For those who have developed a good swing and are able to play regularly, it can be a relaxing sport. But for anyone learning golf, it can be a game of pure frustration.18 Sep 2010 - 12:00am
Former US PGA champion Wayne Grady will headline a field of more than 70 professional and amateur golfers from Hong Kong and around the region at the Ageas HKPGA Championships at the Kau Sai Chau North Course from September 28-30. 'I was delighted to accept the invitation and look forward to playing in the event,' said Grady.7 Sep 2010 - 12:00am
On a nice day the views from the Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club, perched on a headland jutting into the South China Sea, are second to none.
The vista across the island-studded waters is a multimillion-dollar spectacle and it comes at an appropriate price - membership costs up to HK$4.2 million for a company or HK$2.8 million for an individual.1 Jun 2010 - 12:00am
Professional golf in Hong Kong received a shot in the arm yesterday with the announcement that Fortis Insurance Company (Asia) will sponsor the Hong Kong Professional Golfers' Association championship for the next three years.10 Apr 2010 - 12:00am
A worker yesterday pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving causing death in relation to an incident in which a man was struck and killed by a golf cart at the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course. Li Man-yam, 56, allegedly hit Chung Shek-shing on a road near the fourth hole on the eastern course on May 18. He appeared in Kwun Tong Court.11 Nov 2009 - 12:00am
A 20-year-old man who went missing during a swim off Sai Kung was found unconscious three hours later. The man dived into the water off a leisure boat anchored off Lo Chi Pai near Kau Sai Chau. His friends called for help at about 2.30pm. Fire Services divers located him about 500 metres offshore. He was taken to Tseung Kwan O Hospital, where he was confirmed dead.28 Jul 2009 - 12:00am
While most businesses suffer in the deepening recession, public golf clubs are booming.
Operators say golfers unwilling or unable to spend money travelling to expensive courses across the border or elsewhere are flocking to local courses where they can enjoy a cheap game.24 Nov 2008 - 12:00am