The Yomiuri Shimbun Toshinori Muto needed a couple of extra holes, but he finally ended a three-year drought on the Japan men's golf tour. Muto beat the Philippines Angelo Que on the second playoff hole Sunday to win the ISPS Handa Global Cup in ... The Japan News, 1 month ago
Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko shot eight birdies in her final round 63 to go from 40th to tied for sixth in the Arkansas Championship. South Korean Na Yeon Choi had a two shot win over American favourite and defending champion Stacy Lewis. The ...New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago Golf: Ko shoots birdie blitz in final round 63 New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
MANILA, Philippines - Angelo Que charged back with a brilliant final round seven-under bogey-free 64 to force a playoff but fell short of his breakthrough bid on the Japan PGA tour, bowing to Toshinori Muto in sudden death in the Handa Global Cup ...ABS-CBN News, 1 month ago Que closes in on Handa Cup leaders ABS-CBN News, 1 month ago
Kiwi golfer Grant Waite finished in a share of third place at the US Senior Open in California on the Champions Tour. Waite, a former PGA Tour winner, joined the Champions Tour through qualifying school after turning 50 in August last year and has ...New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
Kiwi golfer David Smail put in a strong showing on the Japan Tour. New Zealand golfer David Smail has enjoyed his best week on the Japan Golf Tour this season, jumping 55 places up the order of merit after a tie for fourth at the ISPS Handa ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
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