It is easily the most raucous confluence on the golf course. At the centre of it all is a red refreshment pagoda that is the one and only refreshment kiosk on the course so it's all happening here...
China's top two ranked golfers, Wu Ashun and Liang Wenchong, flew the flag proudly at the US$7 million BMW Masters yesterday - something they hope to do at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
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Billed as an 18-hole event played over seven days and in seven cities, the Shui On Land China Golf Challenge actually went to 19 holes after world number two Lee Westwood beat Liang Wenchong,...
Farmer's son Liang Wenchong beat all the odds to become China's top golfer - now he's hoping to sow the seeds for a new generation of mainland players.
Chinese star Liang Wenchong finished the day with a rough and tumble two-over 72 - and then proceeded to the practice greens to pass his knowledge on to the Hong Kong Special Olympics squad.
China's Liang Wenchong, Pariya Junhasavasdikul from Thailand and Australian Andre Stolz shared the first-round lead yesterday in the US$1 million Thailand Open, all capitalising on fine recent...
As Asian Tour champion Liang Wenchong moved into contention for his national open title yesterday, he said he believed Chinese golfers were catching up with the rest of the world.
India's Jeev Milkha Singh scrambled to a two-over-par 74 to safely make the cut at the Masters, but it was the end of the road for Liang Wenchong and an injured Prayad Marksaeng.
Liang Wenchong never quite imagined his life could change so dramatically the moment a golf club was put in his hands some 14 years ago.