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Open nightmare finally over
Dominion Post

Open nightmare finally over

Macpherson's opening round was the highest British Open single-round score since Thailand's Prayad Marksaeng opened with a 91 at Carnoustie in 1999, two years after Baker-Finch's opening 92 at Royal Troon in 1997. Dominion Post, 1 week ago
British Open nightmare over for young Aussie Sunday Star-Times, 1 week ago

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PGA European Tour, 4 months ago
Reuters UK, 4 months ago
New Straits Times, 3 months ago
Bangkok Post, 3 months ago
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ParGolf Magazine, 4 months ago
Channel NewsAsia, 4 months ago
Malaysia MSN, 4 months ago
Bangkok Post

Thongchai cautious about chance at Bridgestone

Thongchai Jaidee In his sixth appearance at the US$9 million event at Firestone Country Club, the Thai knows how difficult the course is. "The course is quite long with deep rough," said the world No.33 who will be playing in his third of four WCG ...
 Bangkok Post20 hours ago
Bangkok Post

Amateur Wad storms to victory at Singha-SAT event

Wad Phaewchimplee with the Singha- SAT Thai LPGA trophy. With a one-shot lead after two rounds, the 19-year-old freshman from Kent State University fired a four-under-par 68 in the last round for 207. Wad was four shots ahead of runners-up ...
 Bangkok Post5 days ago
Bangkok Post

Gunn surges home to win title

Thailand's Gunn Charoenkul. He triumphed by a stroke after a ding-dong battle with his more experienced countryman Chapchai Nirat, who led by a shot after the third day and put further daylight between himself and Gunn early in the final round at ...
 Bangkok Post1 week ago Gunn shoots to top after round of 66  Bangkok Post1 week ago
Stuff.co.nz

Open nightmare finally over

Understandably, young Australian golfer Bryden Macpherson plans to hit the pub after the end of his British Open nightmare. But not before he heads to the driving range. The 23-year-old completed one of the tournament's worst performances after ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 week ago All you can do is have a few beers  The Australian1 week ago Aussie fires worst British Open round in 15 years  Stuff.co.nz1 week ago Worst round in 15 years  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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MSN UK

Aussie shoots 90 at Open (The West Australian)

, 8:33 am Bryden Macpherson on the 11th at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake. Pic: Young Australian golfer Bryden Macpherson has endured a British Open nightmare, producing the tournament's worst round in 15 years. In scenes reminiscent of ...
 West Australian1 week ago Macpherson sinks to opening 90  MSN UK1 week ago
Bangkok Post

Phachara produces more heroics to lead at Hua Hin

Phachara Khongwatmai. The 15-year-old Thai became the youngest winner of a professional golf tournament when he triumphed in the Asean PGA Tour event last year and continued where he left off at Royal Hua Hin with a stunning display of shot making.
 Bangkok Post1 week ago Phachara relishes chance to defend his Hua Hin title  Bangkok Post2 weeks ago

Takeya rolls to win in Japan

Kasama, Japan (SportsNetwork.com) - Yoshitaka Takeya carded a 4-under 68 on Sunday as he rolled to a two-stroke victory at the MORI Building Cup. Takeya collected his first career victory on the Japan Golf Tour at 17-under- par 271. Sang-Hee Lee ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago
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Jeev in fray for Asian Tour award

Listen Jakarta: The Asian Team heroes of the EurAsia Cup, including Anirban Lahiri of India, will grace the Asian Tour Awards night here April 22 while compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh is in the running for the Asian Tour's Player of the Decade ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 month ago Lahiri looking for US Open berth through Manila meet  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Thai ace Prom itching for Queen's Cup title

SAMUI: Thailand's Prom Meesawat hopes a recent back injury will not scupper his hopes of challenging for a first Asian Tour victory in eight years at the Queen's Cup which begins tomorrow. Prom Meesawat The 29-year-old was sidelined for three ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago
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