CNA TAIPEI -- Taiwan's Yani Tseng (曾雅妮) has moved up 23 spots in the women's golf Rolex Rankings after a strong showing in the Honda LPGA Thailand event last week. In the latest rankings released Monday, Tseng improved to 67th after ... China Post, 16 hours ago
Tseng climbs in world rankings after second-place finish in Thailand - Focus Taiwan, 18 hours ago
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Featured Golf News Americans Stacy Lewis and Brittany Lang, and Taiwan's Yani Tseng opened with 6-under 66s to tie for the first-round lead at the Honda LPGA Thailand. The event began Thursday on the Pataya Old Course at Siam Country Club. ...Cybergolf, 5 days ago Golf: Stacy Lewis in lead at Honda Thailand LGPA Dunya News, 3 days ago Golf: Costly mistakes shave Thailand lead for Lewis GlobalPost, 3 days ago Red-Hot Lewis Forges Three-Stroke Edge in Honda LPGA Thailand Cybergolf, 4 days ago
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Feb 26 (Reuters) - Two-time winner Yani Tseng of Taiwan carded a six-under-par 66 to share the the opening round lead with Americans Brittany Lang and Stacy Lewis at the women's Thailand Open, the fourth event on this year's LPGA Tour, on Thursday. ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 5 days ago REUTERS - Golf-Tseng share opening round lead at Thai LPGA event Namibia Press Agency, 5 days ago Tseng share opening round lead at Thai LPGA event Gnom.es, 5 days ago 2015 LPGA Tour Schedule TickerTech.com, 1 month ago
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The ICTSI Ladies Philippine Golf Tour gets a big shot in the arm as it hosts a leg of the Taiwan LPGA — the ICTSI Ladies Open at Southlinks Golf Club in Las Piñas on March 11 to 13 with a whopping total prize fund of $75,000 (P3.3 million) at ...Philippines Daily Tribune, 2 days ago $75,000 ICTSI Ladies Open lures top cast Manila Standard Today, 2 days ago ICTSI Ladies Open set at Southlinks Yahoo Philippines News, 2 days ago Container Terminal Service : $75,000 ICTSI Ladies Open set at Southlinks 4 Traders, 2 days ago
Featured Golf News South Korea's Amy Yang closed with a 3-under 69 to win the Honda LPGA Thailand on Sunday. The event took place at the Siam Country Club's Pattaya Old Course. The 25-year-old Yang posted five birdies and two bogeys to finish ...Cybergolf, 2 days ago REUTERS - Golf-South Korea's Amy Yang wins Thai LPGA event by two strokes Namibia Press Agency, 2 days ago Golf-South Korea's Amy Yang wins Thai LPGA event by two strokes Reuters India, 2 days ago South Korea's Amy Yang wins Thai LPGA event by two strokes Investing.com, 2 days ago
Getting hot under the collar when necessary and keeping her cool the rest of the time, world No.1 Lydia Ko is in prime position to claim a first Women's Australian Open crown. The New Zealander benefited from sage advice from master coach David ...Nine MSN, 6 days ago Ko two off lead in bid to snare Aussie title New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago Lydia Ko shares halfway lead at the Australian Open ONE News, 1 week ago
Rory McIlroy made his PGA Tour debut this year by hitting his first shot out-of-bounds. He salvaged a wind-blown day that was tough on just about everyone but Jim Herman in the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. McIlroy was 5-over par ...San Francisco Chronicle, 5 days ago Jim Herman takes first-round direct; Rory McIlroy struggles My.NewsHub.org, 3 days ago
Feb 22 (Reuters) - Winners of the Northern Trust Open since 1980 following the playoff victory by American James Hahn in Pacific Palisades, California on Sunday (U.S. unless stated): 2015 James Hahn 2014 Bubba Watson 2013 John Merrick ...Reuters UK, 1 week ago
Michael Hoey made the best use of tranquil conditions at the Black Mountain Golf Club to post a course record eight-under-par 64 and lead the Thailand Classic by a stroke after the opening round yesterday. The Northern Irishman's blemish-free ...Irish Times, 2 weeks ago Golf: NI's Hoey leaps ahead at Thailand Classic Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago scoring day in Thailand My.NewsHub.org, 2 weeks ago Hoey sizzles in Thailand NewsHub South Africa, 2 weeks ago
The China Post news staff TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The CTBC Bank (中國信託銀行) announced recently its decision to sponsor Chinese professional golf player Jenny Shanshan Feng (馮珊珊) in order to boost participation in golf in the Greater China ...China Post, 2 weeks ago
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