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Golf | Asia

Asian Tour returns to China after nine years
Golf's Asian Tour announced a new partnership with China on Friday, including the first co-sanctioned tournaments in nine years as it looks to establish itself in the world's most populous nation. Read full article
Jazz claims maiden Asian title in Bangladesh
Jazz Janewattananond completed a turnaround in his career, claiming his maiden Asian Tour title when he shot a four-under-par 67 in the final round at the US$300 000 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open on Saturday. Read full article
Sinnott takes Myanmar Open
Asian Tour rookie Todd Sinnott staged a remarkable comeback at the Myanmar Open on Sunday, seizing the trophy with a flawless six-under-par final round that left his opponents trailing. Read full article
Miyazato fights to maintain Myanmar lead
Japan's Yusaku Miyazato clung on to his lead in round three of the Myanmar Open on Saturday, dropping his first shot of the tournament as blustery conditions hit the Yangon course. Read full article
Miyazato perfect again at Myanmar Open
Japan's Yusaku Miyazato hit a perfect seven-under-par 64 to storm into the lead at the Myanmar Open on Friday, three shots clear of experienced South African Keith Horne. Read full article
Que bounces back to tie first in Myanmar
The Philippines' Angelo Que bounced back from an opening bogey to tie for first with Japan's Azuma Yano at the end of the first day of the Myanmar Open on Thursday. Read full article
Prayad wins in Singapore, SA's Jbe 2nd
Prayad Marksaeng won the Singapore Open by a single stroke on Sunday after shooting a final round of four-under-par 67 to finish at nine-under 275. Read full article
Storm disrupts Singapore Open 3rd round
Adam Scott was among four players tied for the lead at the Singapore Open on Saturday when a tropical storm and fading light forced the suspension of the third round. Read full article
Scott surges into Singapore contention
Adam Scott charged up the leaderboard at the Singapore Open, getting himself within two shots of clubhouse leader Han Seung-su when the second round was suspended. Read full article
Favourites struggle at Singapore Open
A lightning storm cut short the first round of the Singapore Open on Thursday after three-time champion Adam Scott tumbled down the leaderboard with a triple-bogey. Read full article
Scott aims for No 4 in Singapore
Scott is the highest-ranked player at this week's Singapore Open and the Australian will be confident of starting 2017 with a victory at a course and tournament where he has tasted success three times before. Read full article
Garcia hoping for slingshot to new campaign
Sergio Garcia enjoyed a hard-earned winter break after a hectic 2016 and the Spaniard is now fit, fresh and raring to go when he opens his campaign at the Singapore Open this week... Read full article
Kumar clinches Panasonic Open India title
India's Mukesh Kumar fired a crucial birdie on the 15th hole to set up his first Asian Tour victory at the Panasonic Open India golf tournament in New Delhi on Sunday. Read full article
Kumar leads in New Delhi, Lee hits ace
Mukesh Kumar took the lead after the second round while Lee Sung of South Korea captivated with a hole-in-one in the fog-hit Panasonic India Open golf tournament in New Delhi on Saturday. Read full article
Jazz dominates in Asian Tour India event
Thailand's Jazz Janewattananond jumped into the lead with a seven-under-par on the fog-affected second day of the Panasonic Open India tournament in New Delhi on Friday. Read full article
Randhawa shares opening round lead
Local favourite Jyoti Randhawa fired three closing birdies to grab a share of the clubhouse lead at the weather-affected Panasonic Open India golf tournament in New Delhi on Thursday. Read full article
Koepka wins Dunlop Phoenix
Long-hitting American Brooks Koepka staved off a sizzling final-round charge by Yuta Ikeda to secure a one-stroke victory at the Dunlop Phoenix tournament in Miyazaki on Sunday. Read full article
Matsuyama wins by seven strokes again
Hideki Matsuyama, suddenly the hottest player in world golf, is projected to rise to sixth in the world rankings after a runaway victory at the Taiheiyo Masters in Japan on Sunday. Read full article
Chawrasia wins first Asian Tour title abroad
S.S.P Chawrasia won his first Asian Tour title outside of India on Sunday in a thrilling finale to the Manila Masters golf tournament, hitting a birdie to win a three-way playoff. Read full article
Sutijet primed for maiden Asian Tour win
Sutijet Kooratanapisan fired a three-under-par 69 to seize the lead at the Manila Masters golf tournament Saturday, with teenage sensation Phachara Khongwatmai in hot pursuit. Read full article
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