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Thitiphun set for maiden Asia title
Thailand's Thitiphun Chuayprakong remained firmly on course on Friday to win his maiden Asian Tour title after opening up a three-shot lead at the end of the penultimate round in the Bangladesh Open. Read full article
Thailand's Thitiphun leads in Bangladesh
Thailand's Thitiphun Chuayprakong fired a flawless five-under-par 66 to take the lead after the second round in the $300 000 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open on Thursday. Read full article
Takeyasu, Lee take lead in Bangladesh
Japan’s Shunya Takeyasu and Soomin Lee of South Korea carded impressive seven-under-par 64s to share the opening-round lead in the $300 000 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open. Read full article
Norris sweeps Myanmar Open
South Africa's Shaun Norris survived early jitters on the final day to take the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open on Sunday, helped by a near-unassailable cushion built up the day before. Read full article
Norris races ahead in Myanmar Open
South African's Shaun Norris claimed a seven-shot lead over his rivals Saturday in the third round of the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open, the country's richest sporting event. Read full article
Norris, Chawrasia share lead in Myanmar
South Africa's Shaun Norris kept pace with India's S.S.P. Chawrasia to share the lead in the second round of the $750 000 Leopalace21 Myanmar Open on Friday. Read full article
Song beats idol Spieth to Singapore title
South Korean Song Young-han held his nerve to edge his role model, world No 1 Jordan Spieth, by a shot to win the Singapore Open in a weather-delayed on Monday finish. Read full article
Song, Spieth set for Singapore shootout
World No 1 Jordan Spieth and South Korean Song Young-han will return on Monday to complete their battle for the Singapore Open title after stormy weather agonisingly stopped play. Read full article
Spieth three off the pace in Singapore
Jordan Spieth struggled again with his putting as he ended a long 28-hole Saturday three shots off the pace at the Singapore Open. Read full article
Late bogey leaves Spieth four adrift
A cold putter and painful bogey on the last left world No 1 Jordan Spieth four off the pace at the halfway stage of the weather-affected Singapore Open. Read full article
Thunderstorm stops Spieth as Song leads
South Korea's Song Young-Han led the pack at the SMBC Singapore Open on Friday as bad weather interrupted play for the second day running. Read full article
Horne blows ahead of Spieth in Singapore
South Africa's Keith Horne shot a five-under-par 66 to lead the SMBC Singapore Open after the first round of play on Thursday, with world number one Jordan Spieth breathing down his neck. Read full article
Spieth hoping to wield hot putter in tropical Singapore
Jordan Spieth may be sitting proudly at the top of the world rankings but the American believes his short game needs plenty of work before he can regain the mantle of the hottest player in golf. Read full article
Tabuena seals victory in Philippine Open
Filipino Miguel Tabuena shot six birdies to overtake the leaders and claim his first Asian Tour title at the Philippine Open on Sunday. Read full article
Renolds maintains Philippine lead
Canada's Lindsay Renolds kept his lead and stayed on track to win his first Asian Tour title, shooting a second round four-under-par 68 at the Philippine Open on Saturday. Read full article
Renolds takes lead in Philippine Open
Canada's Lindsay Renolds shot a six-under-par 66 to take the first round lead at the Philippine Open golf tournament on Friday. Read full article
Merger talks cause Asian board shake-up
The Asian Tour announced a major shake-up of its board of directors on Wednesday, hard on the heels of its CEO's resignation after deep divisions emerged over a proposed tie-up with Europe's golf body. Read full article
Thai prodigy 'overwhelmed' by Open spot
Teenage Thai sensation Phachara Khongwatmai was pinching himself Monday after sensationally qualifying for next year's British Open with a stunning final round at the Thailand Golf Championship. Read full article
Donaldson secures Open berth with win
Welshman Jamie Donaldson completed a memorable debut at the Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday, winning the Asian Tour event with a three-shot victory which also earned him a place in next year's Open. Read full article
Rookie soars to the top in Thailand
Unheralded young Frenchman Clement Sordet fired a cracking nine-under 63 to seize the lead in the third round of the Thailand Golf Championship at the Amata Spring Country Club on Saturday. Read full article
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