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Asia pin hopes on Im and Pan to see green in spring, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Asia pin hopes on Im and Pan to see green in spring, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

With spring in the air and the azaleas primed for a glorious bloom at Augusta National, the Masters Tournament returns to its familiar April slot next week and Asia dreaming that this could finally be…

Asia dreams of creating more defining moments at PLAYERS Championship, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Asia dreams of creating more defining moments at PLAYERS Championship, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

As the PGA TOUR’s Gold Standard, THE PLAYERS Championship in March stands apart from the rest as it showcases the strongest field in golf competing on an iconic theatre regarded as the purest test in the…

Wu could be the next household name after Morikawa, Hovland and Wolff, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Wu could be the next household name after Morikawa, Hovland and Wolff, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Column February All the talk on golf’s Class of 2019 has so far centred around the talented trio of Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff, whose prodigious talents and youthful exuberance have seen them…

Bunch of Asian stars look for breakthrough in 2021, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Bunch of Asian stars look for breakthrough in 2021, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

As the PGA TOUR begins a new calendar year in 2021, starting with this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, Asia’s leading stars are unlikely to emerge from their winter hibernation with added muscles…

Asia’s Masters brigade look to Choi for inspiration

Asia’s Masters brigade look to Choi for inspiration

The Masters Tournament tees off in an unfamiliar week from November 12 to 15 due to scheduling changes caused by COVID-19 and will see four Koreans – Sungjae Im, Byeong Hun An, Si Woo Kim…

Asian stars get a chance to cross swords with world’s best as Asian Swing heads west with the best in tow, says Chuah Choo Chiang

Asian stars get a chance to cross swords with world’s best as Asian Swing heads west with the best in tow, says Chuah Choo Chiang

The PGA TOUR’s annual Asian swing will be unlike any other this month as golf’s reimagined year sees two of the region’s most prestigious tournaments make a detour from the Far East to the West…

Nicholas Fung uses time-off from competition with coaching stint in Dubai, writes Calvin Koh

Nicholas Fung uses time-off from competition with coaching stint in Dubai, writes Calvin Koh

New father Nicholas Fung is relishing the opportunity of sharing his knowledge and golfing skills to aspiring golfers in Dubai while waiting for his own season to restart. The global COVID-19 menace may have paralysed…

Tour Champs brings down the curtain on a season when PGA Tour learnt and adapted, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Tour Champs brings down the curtain on a season when PGA Tour learnt and adapted, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Come Tuesday morning (Asian time), a new FedExCup champion will be crowned and win the PGA TOUR’s Ultimate Prize. Whether it’ll be Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Sungjae Im or Hideki Matsuyama hoisting the prized trophy,…

A man of many firsts, Arjun Atwal wants to keep going

A man of many firsts, Arjun Atwal wants to keep going

The sporting fire that lit so brightly when Arjun Atwal turned professional some 25 years ago is showing no signs of flickering as the Indian legend prepares to write a new chapter in his illustrious…

Lot of talent and a dash of luck helped Matsuyama rise rapidly, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Lot of talent and a dash of luck helped Matsuyama rise rapidly, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

A lot of talent and a dash of luck helped Matsuyama rise in his career, says Chuah Choo Chiang Sporting stardom is often attained through various means. Some athletes are born with god given talents…