Singapore's No. 1 golfer Mardan Mamat, down with a lingering flu, has withdrawn from the Queen's Cup starting in Samui, Thailand, today. Mardan, who has been unwell since last Thursday, on the eve of the European Tour's Lyoness Open in Austria, ... Electric New Paper, 1 week ago
Mardan Mamat will miss Queen's Cup due to illness - Electric New Paper, 1 week ago
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Current world No. 1 Jason Day, above, would represent Australia in Rio, but countryman Adam Scott, ranked No. 7 in the world, pulled himself out of Olympic consideration. 12:30 PM GMT The system used to set the 60-person Olympic field, in which ...ESPN.co.uk, 1 month ago
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