Miguel Tabuena is likely to be the man to beat when the ICTSI Manila Masters unfolds today at the Eastridge Golf Club in Binangonan, Rizal. The 19-year-old rising star made a big advance in his career when he won the Splendido Classic, the opening ... Yahoo Philippines News, 1 week ago
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The fairways looked wider, the pins seemed bigger and, as a result, the smile was certainly brighter on Mardan Mamat's weathered face. Singapore's top golfer scooped his second title in as many months with a comprehensive four-shot victory at the ...Asiaone, 2 months ago
SABAH - When closest rival Danny Chia missed a three-foot putt on the 12th hole, Mardan Mamat knew victory was in the bag. The Singaporean had actually set off for the 13th tee box when the Malaysian was lining up his putt, believing Chia would not ...Asiaone, 2 months ago
Kota Kinabalu: Local favourite Nicholas Fung carded a five-under 66 to move up the ladder in joint third place in the Sabah Masters at the Sutera Harbour Golf and Country Club on Friday. His three-day total of two-under 211 was shared by fellow ...Sabah Daily Express, 2 months ago
PETALING JAYA: Champions usually grind out a result even in adversity. And that's exactly what seasoned campaigner Mardan Mamat did in the third round of the US$100,000 (RM355,000) Sabah Masters. The Singaporean struggled from tee-to-green but ...TheStar.com.my, 2 months ago
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