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Ryo Ishikawa: I am not a star

Bangkok Post 11.01.2009
Ryo Ishikawa: I am not a star

Wanchai Rujawongsanti steals a few words with popular, and refreshingly shy, Japanese golfer Ryo Ishikawa at the Royal Trophy

Galleries falling in love with Team Asia

ROGER CRUTCHLEY Bangkok Post 11.01.2009
Galleries falling in love with Team Asia

CHON BURI : "We Love Team Asia" read several banners among the huge crowd which poured into Amata Spring Country Club yesterday to witness another impressive day by the Asian Team in their battle for the Royal Trophy.

Asian stars dominate in Royal Trophy

Bangkok Post 11.01.2009
Asian stars dominate in Royal Trophy

CHON BURI : Asia moved closer to claiming their first Royal Trophy win when they romped into a commanding 61/2 to 11/2 lead over two-time champions Europe yesterday.

'Shy Prince' gets a Royal reception; Big gallery turns out on gripping opening day at Amata Spring

For a moment yesterday you could have been forgiven for thinking that the Amata Spring Country Club was actually in Japan and not Chon Buri, as The Royal Trophy teed off on a beautiful morning.

Asia take early advantage

Kittipong Thongsombat Bangkok Post 09.01.2009
Asia take early advantage

Chon Buri - Committed and battling Asia defied the odds to take a convincing 3-1 lead over Europe in the opening foursomes of the third Royal Trophy at the Amata Spring Country Club yesterday.

Asian Captain will be drenched in success

Japanese stars Ryo Ishikawa and Toru Taniguchi warned Captain Joe Ozaki to expect a soaking if Asia wins the Royal Trophy for the first time this week.

Tiger's injury absence just shows his worth

John Hopkins Times Online 04.01.2009
Enter stage right: Woods plans to return in March

Two men were giving a golf clinic in California one day last October and, gathered around them on the practice ground, watching closely, were the select few who had been invited to attend. Tiger Woods was calling the shots and Anthony Kim was hitt...

Dusit Thani Pattaya Hosts Hong LPGA Thailand 2009

Vanjie Lauzon Dusit Thani Pattaya 31.12.2008
Dusit Thani Pattaya Hosts Hong LPGA Thailand 2009

The Honda Ladies Professional Golfers Association (LPGA) Thailand event will be held from 26 February to 1 March 2009 at the Siam Country Club, Pattaya Plantation.

Golf Majors for Minors: Talk About a Great Short Game

JULIET MACUR The New York Times 30.12.2008
Brett Sodetz moved with his family from Chicago to Nevada to concentrate on his golf game.

A world champion golfer lives with his family in a posh golf course community here, where a treasure of trophies and medals adorns his bedroom. Framed photographs on a nightstand capture him in midswing. An electronic putting green covers the livi...

Woods faces 'arduous' route back

Tiger Woods admits he faces a struggle to rebuild his game and says he is still unsure when he will be able to play again following knee surgery.

McIlroy and Rose are among the 88 players guaranteed a place at Augusta

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy and England's Justin Rose are among 15 players to seal a place at the Masters courtesy of their world ranking.

Padraig Harrington voted PGA Tour player of the year

July 20, 2008, file photo of Padraig Harrington holding the British Open trophy he won at the Royal Birkdale golf course in Southport, England. (Matt Dunham, File/AP)

Padraig Harrington was voted PGA Tour player of the year by his peers Tuesday, becoming the first European player to win the award since it began in 1990.

Williams has been the regular caddie for Woods since 1999

Tiger Woods has distanced himself from comments made by his caddie, Steve Williams, who said he had no respect for Phil Mickelson.

We can all play a part to help the planet

Justin Rose Times Online 15.12.2008
Man on a mission: Justin Rose

Monday, December 15, was a big date for me. It was my second wedding anniversary. While Kate, my wife who is pregnant, is back home in Orlando, Florida, I have been at Fancourt at my house in George, South Africa, for a week's practice. My mother ...

Annika Sorenstam ended her 15-year career with a birdie.

United Arab Emirates (AP) — Annika Sorenstam ended her Hall of Fame career with an eight-foot birdie on the 18th hole of the Dubai Ladies Masters on Sunday, completing a 1-under 71 that left her in seventh place, six shots behind the winner, Anja ...

Former U.S. Open champion Corey Pavin speaks next to the Ryder Cup trophy during a news conference in New York. Photograph: MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

Buggins' turn, the tendency of unimaginative sports administrators everywhere, exerted its grip on the Ryder Cup yesterday when the PGA of America overlooked the claims of Paul Azinger and the wishes of the players he recently led to victory over ...

Villegas, Poulter sign up for Perth

World number seven Camilo Villegas and number 25 Ian Poulter have confirmed they will play in the Johnnie Walker Classic in Perth in Perth next year.

Troy Matteson hits from the fourth tee during the second round of the 89th PGA Championship golf tournament at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma August 10, 2007.  REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

MIAMI (Reuters) - Scott Verplank covered the back nine in a sizzling six under par to charge three strokes clear in the second round of the Disney Classic at Lake Buena Vista, Florida on Friday.

8-year-old Seattle boy hits a hole-in-one

Craig Smith The Seattle Times 28.10.2008
8-year-old Seattle boy hits a hole-in-one

An 8-year-old Seattle boy did something last weekend that his father hasn't done in 37 years of playing golf. He made a hole-in-one.

Ballesteros confirms brain tumour

Giles Tremlett The Guardian 12.10.2008
Seve Ballesteros made the announcement after a series of tests were carried out at La Paz hospital. Photograph: Glenn Campbell/AFP/Getty Images

Seve Ballesteros, the winner of five of golf's majors, said last night that doctors at a Madrid hospital had detected a tumour in his brain. A biopsy will be performed tomorrow to determine whether the tumour is malignant and if it should be opera...

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