David Horsey of England tees off during the Avantha Masters golf tournament in Greater Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, on March 14, 2013 - by Sajjad Hussain The 29-year-old, who hasn't tasted a European victory since Morocco three years ago, ... MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
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Shalini Malik was the first Indian woman invited to referee at the Open Championship. NDTV Playing golf as a junior girl in the India of the (very) early nineties meant playing with the boys. It also meant little or no access to any ...NDTV, 3 days ago
The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) has a good thing going. Almost always, when companies invest in sport, there is a business motive. Brand building, for instance. In the case of the PGTI, there are these big-money events funded by ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
While corporate golf is on rise, decreasing number of international events is a concern and Jeev Milkha Singh remains India's best bet, writes V Krishnaswamy Jeev Milkha Singh That India is a significant force on the Asian golfing scene ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Former European Tour winner Andrew Dodt has continued on from yesterday's opening round, taking a two-shot lead into the weekend of the 2014 Pat O'Driscoll Real Estate/Tropical Auto Group Golf Classic, After an impressive opening round 67 around ...Noodls, 1 month ago
YEPPOON local Adam Blyth heads into today's opening round of the $100,000 2014 Pat O'Driscoll Real Estate Tropical Auto Group Golf Classic carrying some promising form but will have his work cut out with a top quality field assembled. Blyth, who ...Gladstone Observer, 1 month ago
NYISO: Changes in Energy Demand, Power ResourceS, Fuel Diversity Contribute to Electric Grid Evolution
New York's electric power grid is on the threshold of significant change, and collaborative efforts are needed among industry participants and policymakers to address the associated challenges and opportunities, according to a report by the New York ...Elp.com, 1 month ago
The World Cup final trophies were presented by Emirates attendants in the background, all women. Because the world's largest international airline paid a giant sum for it, that's why. Emirates, along with other Gulf region airlines, has taken over ...Skift, 1 month ago
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