The Japan News After two days of shadowing Thailand's Prayad Marksaeng, Yuta Ikeda moved in front and set himself up for his first Japan tour title of the season. Ikeda fired the day's low score of 4-under 66 in the third round Saturday to take a ... The Japan News, 1 week ago
Marksaeng keeps lead at Japan Open - The Japan News, 1 week ago
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The King's Cup golf tournament will return to Khon Kaen next month. Prayad Marksaeng celebrates with the trophy after the final round of the King's Cup in Hua Hin. The Nov 27-30 Asian Tour event will take place at Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf ...Bangkok Post, 1 week ago King's Cup returns to Khon Kaen in November ProKerala.com, 2 days ago King's Cup returns to Khon Kaen … Yahoo! India, 2 days ago Hiroyuki Fujita wins Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
In-form Prom Meesawat will play in next month's Chiangmai Golf Classic and December's Thailand Golf Championship. Prom Meesawat. The US$750,000 Chiangmai Golf Classic will be held at Alpine Golf Resort from Nov 13-16 and the $1 million ...Bangkok Post, 18 hours ago Thaworn wins play-off thriller Bangkok Post, 2 months ago
The Japan News Komei Oda, without a top-10 finish since a second place in July, shot a bogeyless 65 to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the ¥150 million Bridgestone Open on Friday in Chiba. Oda, who started the day in sixth place, ...The Japan News, 6 days ago Aussie Bland takes lead in Japan Nine MSN, 1 month ago Bland takes Diamond Cup lead The Japan News, 1 month ago Bland springs another Aussie surprise in Japan Malaysia MSN, 1 month ago
Chiba, Japan (SportsNetwork.com) - Yuta Ikeda fired a final-round, 2-over 72 on Sunday, but he was able to hang on and win the Japan Open by one shot. Ikeda finished the week at 10-under-par 270. The win is Ikeda's first of the season and his 12th ...Miami Herald, 1 week ago
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Major winners Bubba Watson and Martin Kaymer will join defending champion Sergio Garcia in a star-studded field for the eagerly anticipated fourth edition of the 2014 Thailand Golf Championship, which will be staged once again at Amata Spring ...The Sports Campus, 2 weeks ago
Unheralded Adam Bland of Australia got the Japanese crowd to take notice of him after he fired a three-under-par 68 to take the second round lead at the 150 million Yen (approximately US$1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup ...The Sports Campus, 1 month ago Golf-Unheralded Bland grabs halfway lead in Tokyo (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago Unheralded Bland grabs halfway lead at Asia-Pacific Open Japan Today, 1 month ago Unheralded Adam Bland grabs halfway lead in Tokyo ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer IBARAKI PREFECTURE, Japan—Juvic Pagunsan eagled the 14th hole to salvage a 1-over-par 72 and stay in contention after two rounds of the 150 million yen (about US$1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago Juvic 4 shots off leader Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
Arjun Atwal dropped a costly double bogey on par-4 17th to slip to tied 18th on a very tight leaderboard at the end of the second round of the 150 million Yen (approximately USD 1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup here ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago Arjun Atwal tied 18th after round two; four Indians make cut at Asia-Pacific Open ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
Australian rookie Cameron Smith outshone his more illustrious rivals by taking the first round lead with a flawless five-under-par 66 at the 150 million Yen (approximately US$1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup on Thursday. ...The Sports Campus, 1 month ago Flawless rookie Smith takes two stroke lead in Japan (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago Rookie Smith takes two stroke lead in Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Japan Today, 1 month ago Flawless Smith takes two-stroke lead Global Times, 1 month ago
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