Golf


Aussie Thomson, 5-time Open champ, dies at 88

AUSTRALIAN great Peter Thomson, who won the British Open five times, died yesterday, aged 88, after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, his family said. “He had been suffering from Parkinson’s disease ...

June 21, 2018, Thursday


Koepka’s legacy secured after 2nd straight victory at US Open

For a guy who has won all of three PGA Tour events, Brooks Koepka has a golf legacy that already is secure....

June 19, 2018, Tuesday


Woods, Mickelson face tall task

WORLD No. 1 Dustin Johnson leads a host of in-form stars out to deny Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson another measure of major magic at the 118th US Open. Woods, whose pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’s record ...

June 14, 2018, Thursday


Hockey ref swaps skates for spikes in bid for US Open

AS a referee in the National Hockey League, Garrett Rank is no stranger to high-profile, high-pressure sport. As an amateur golfer teeing it up at the US Open, the 30-year-old Canadian thinks that experience ...

June 13, 2018, Wednesday


Johnson back as world No. 1 with St Jude win

Dustin Johnson is back in his spot as the world’s top-ranked golfer thanks to a dominant victory capped by an absolutely amazing hole-out for eagle....

June 12, 2018, Tuesday


Panuphol holds on for Thailand Open victory

Panuphol Pittayarat clung to the lead to win the Thailand Open and collect his second Asian Tour title yesterday despite a topsy-turvy final round that ended with an even-par 70....

June 11, 2018, Monday


Pan storms to early 1-shot lead at Zhuhai Heritage

Aretha Pan set the early pace at the CLPGA Zhuhai Heritage with a bogey-free round yesterday as the Malaysian opened with a 3-under-par 69 for a one-stroke lead at the weather-delayed tournament in south ...

June 8, 2018, Friday


Scott books US Open berth

Former world No. 1 Adam Scott booked his US Open berth in sectional qualifying on Monday and will extend his streak of consecutive majors played to 68 at Shinnecock Hills next week....

June 6, 2018, Wednesday


Ariya survives to win US Women’s Open

ARIYA Jutanugarn let a seven-stroke lead slip through her fingers at the US Women’s Open on Sunday after a remarkable back-nine collapse but averted disaster by beating South Korean Kim Hyo-joo in a playoff ...

June 5, 2018, Tuesday


Zhang, 3 others share early lead at Orient Masters

A TIGHT leaderboard marked the start of the Orient Masters Wuhan Challenge yesterday as 19-year-old Zhang Yunjie of China, Thai Wanchana Poruangrong, Singaporean Amanda Tan and Chinese Taipei’s Huang Ching...

June 1, 2018, Friday




 

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