Rapid growth has made Asia the big new destination for world golf but there’s an unmistakable sense of gloom as long-standing events face an uncertain future and local talent stalls.
World number one Rory McIlroy made a late charge up the leaderboard, but still trailed Denmark's Thomas Bjorn by five shots after a marathon day three at the Barclays Singapore Open yesterday.
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Home favourite Wang Chen produced her best result since her disappointing Olympic Games campaign to reach the semi-finals of the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open last night.
1959 Lu Liang-huan (Taiwan)
1960 Peter Thomson (Australia)
1961 Kel Nagle (Australia)
1962 Len Woodward (Australia)
1963 Hsieh Yung-yo (...
Chinese stalwart Zhang Lianwei is counting on a new driver to end his title drought in the Crowne Plaza Open, which begins today.
The 40-year-old Zhang is teeing up at the Grand Epoch...
Thai stalwart Thaworn Wiratchant stormed from three shots back to win the US$300,000 Taiwan Open yesterday, his second title of the season.
World number seven Adam Scott has his sights firmly on the US$2 million Singapore Open which begins at Sentosa Golf Club's Serapong course today.
Asian Tour stars have praised the return of the Singapore Open after a three-year break, saying the US$2 million championship will set a new standard in the region.
While other golf circuits may offer more money and glamour, there may not be another Tour in the world that is more adventurous and exotic than and, in many cases, as turbulent as the Asian PGA...
Singapore: Taiwan's Lu Chien-soon took a one-shot halfway lead in his bid for a Singapore Open hat-trick yesterday.
Lu, winner in 1983 and 1989, moved into contention by adding a six...