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Asian Tour: Qualifying School schedule confirmed

Asian Tour: Qualifying School schedule confirmed

The Asian Tour will return to Thailand for the 2020 Qualifying School where aspiring golf professionals from across the globe go in search of an Asian Tour card over a two-month period starting from January next year. 9 Oct 2019
Suradit stays cool to win Taiwan Masters

Suradit stays cool to win Taiwan Masters

Thailand’s Suradit Yongcharoenchai pocketed his career’s biggest prize cheque and win when he held on for a one-shot victory after his closest rivals failed to mount a challenge at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday. 7 Oct 2019
Taiwan Masters: Miracles can happen, says Chia

Taiwan Masters: Miracles can happen, says Chia

Malaysia’s Danny Chia is hoping to pull off a miracle as he seeks a hat-trick of victories in Chinese Taipei when he returns for the Mercuries Taiwan Masters which starts on Thursday. 2 Oct 2019
GA Express 352: Major Move

GA Express 352: Major Move

Two-hundred-and-forty-four days. That will be the length of time between Shane Lowry holing out on the 18th at Royal Portrush to win The Open and Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player striking their tee shots off the first at Augusta National to get the year’s first men’s major underway. Seems like an eternity doesn’t it? 1 Oct 2019
Asian Tour: Jazz extends merit lead over Hend

Asian Tour: Jazz extends merit lead over Hend

Young Thai talent Jazz Janewattananond extended his advantage at the top of the Asian Tour Order of Merit after capping a commendable fourth-place finish at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship on Sunday. 30 Sep 2019
ASIAN TOUR: Defending champion Gangjee takes halfway lead at Panasonic Open

ASIAN TOUR: Defending champion Gangjee takes halfway lead at Panasonic Open

India’s Rahil Gangjee turned up the heat in his title defence at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship after posting a bogey-free round of an eight-under-par 63 to seize a one-shot halfway lead on Friday. 27 Sep 2019
Panasonic Open: Lu shares opening honours with Japanese duo

Panasonic Open: Lu shares opening honours with Japanese duo

Chinese Taipei’s Lu Wei-chih wielded a hot putter to grab a share of the opening round lead with Shugo Imahira and Toshinori Muto of Japan as the trio signed for matching six-under-par 65s at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship on Thursday. 27 Sep 2019
Hend resumes Order of Merit chase at Panasonic Open

Hend resumes Order of Merit chase at Panasonic Open

Queenslander Scott Hend will be looking to navigate his way out of a recent slump when he resumes his chase for a second Asian Tour Order of Merit crown at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship. 26 Sep 2019
Gangjee gears up for title defence at Panasonic Open

Gangjee gears up for title defence at Panasonic Open

In-form Rahil Gangjee of India is hopeful of putting up a strong title defence when the 10th edition of the Panasonic Open Golf Championship gets underway at the prestigious Higashi Hirono Golf Club on Thursday. 25 Sep 2019
Olympic heroes to renew rivalry at Singapore Open

Olympic heroes to renew rivalry at Singapore Open

The 2020 SMBC Singapore Open is set to be one of the most memorable in its history as organisers confirmed today the participation of England’s Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson from Sweden and American Matt Kuchar – the gold, silver and bronze medallists respectively at the Rio 2016 Olympics. 24 Sep 2019
GA Express 351: Asia-Pacific Amateur Preview

GA Express 351: Asia-Pacific Amateur Preview

The Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship has arrived at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, where the region’s best amateurs are set to compete for an invitation to the Masters and Open Championship. 24 Sep 2019
Kruger ends seven-year title drought at Shinhan Donghae Open

Kruger ends seven-year title drought at Shinhan Donghae Open

South Africa’s Jbe Kruger ended his seven-year title drought on the Asian Tour by signing off with a six-under-par 65 to win The 35th Shinhan Donghae Open by two shots on Sunday. 23 Sep 2019
Shinhan Donghae Open: Defending champion Park sees no favourites

Shinhan Donghae Open: Defending champion Park sees no favourites

Korea’s Sanghyun Park has ruled out being a shoo-in to successfully defend his Shinhan Donghae Open title when the event which is being tri-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, Korean PGA and Japan Golf Tour Organisation (JGTO) starts on Thursday. 18 Sep 2019
Vincent’s ready while Noh makes comeback in Korea

Vincent’s ready while Noh makes comeback in Korea

Zimbabwean Scott Vincent is hopeful of another good showing at The 35th Shinhan Donghae Open as he returns to one of his favourite golf courses where he has never finished outside the top-three. 18 Sep 2019
GA Express 350: Rolex Series continues to tick

GA Express 350: Rolex Series continues to tick

The announcement of a lucrative series of events named for long-term sponsor Rolex in late 2016 was intended to herald a new era for the European Tour. Four years into the concept and the results have been mixed. 17 Sep 2019
Rory Hie makes Asian Tour history

Rory Hie makes Asian Tour history

Rory Hie became the first Indonesian to win on the Asian Tour after he carded a flawless four-under-par 68 to win the inaugural Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship by two shots on Sunday. 16 Sep 2019
Asian Tour: Kaske targets Indian breakthrough

Asian Tour: Kaske targets Indian breakthrough

Finland’s Janne Kaske will be seeking a performance that will seal his passage into the winner’s circle for the first time when he tees up for the inaugural Classic Golf and Country Club International Championship, which starts on Thursday. 11 Sep 2019
GA Express 349: Solheim Cup Preview

GA Express 349: Solheim Cup Preview

Juli Inkster’s United States team is aiming to take home a third consecutive Solheim Cup this week. But the European team led by Catriona Matthew on her home turf will be determined to change the tide in the biggest team event in women’s golf. 10 Sep 2019
Chang clinches victory at Yeangder TPC

Chang clinches victory at Yeangder TPC

Korea’s Yikeun Chang shook off his bridesmaid’s tag when he closed with a flawless six-under-par 66 to seal a three-shot victory for his maiden Asian Tour title at the US$500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) on Sunday. 9 Sep 2019
Mun fires ace to share lead at Yeangder TPC

Mun fires ace to share lead at Yeangder TPC

Korea’s Doyeob Mun sank a spectacular ace en route to an opening five-under-par 67 to grab a share of the clubhouse lead on a rain-soaked Thursday at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC). 6 Sep 2019
New Asian Tour event set for grand debut

New Asian Tour event set for grand debut

Indian golfers, who have often been considered formidable on their home soil, get yet another opportunity as the storied Classic Golf & Country Club hosts a brand-new Asian Tour event next week. 5 Sep 2019