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When Harman was unsure about Matsuyama, but Nicklaus was sure, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

When Harman was unsure about Matsuyama, but Nicklaus was sure, writes Chuah Choo Chiang

Brian Harman, the reigning Open champion, tells a funny tale of how he and fellow PGA TOUR winner, Matt Every made a poor error in judgement on a young Asian golfer more than a decade…

Akshay Bhatia playing for his mentor and friends, Grayson Murray at RBC Canadian

Akshay Bhatia playing for his mentor and friends, Grayson Murray at RBC Canadian

ANCASTER, Ontario: Grayson Murray convinced Akshay Bhatia that he was good enough to play on the PGA TOUR. Bhatia internalized that belief. He’s now a two-time TOUR winner and intends to honour Murray through the…

Schauffele, McIlroy, Pendrith, Gotterup and Riley enjoy winning moments   

Schauffele, McIlroy, Pendrith, Gotterup and Riley enjoy winning moments  

Schauffele breaks through for maiden major win at PGA Championship As if that opening 62 – which tied the lowest round ever in a major championship – wasn’t enough of a statement, Xander Schauffele didn’t…

Feels amazing to win a major championship, says Xander

Feels amazing to win a major championship, says Xander

By Xander Schauffele I’m a big believer of getting the right foundation, the right people and team around you. I believe if you put in the hard work and you let yourself do what you…

Indian – American Theegala rises to 10th at Pebble Beach as Scheffler takes shared lead

Indian – American Theegala rises to 10th at Pebble Beach as Scheffler takes shared lead

Pebble Beach: Indian American Sahith Theegala rose to the tenth spot at the halfway mark of the US$20 million AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Theegala, runner-up at the season-opening Sentry, made up for his first round…

Indian American Theegala lies 29th at AT&T Pebble Beach

Indian American Theegala lies 29th at AT&T Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach: Indian American Sahith Theegala opened with a 2-under 70 in the US$20 million AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, one of the signature events on the PGA TOUR. Theegala was tied for 29th place. Theegala,…

Bhatia, Taiga Semikawa and Yuxin set for American Express at La Quinta

Bhatia, Taiga Semikawa and Yuxin set for American Express at La Quinta

Akshay Bhatia tees up for the third straight week as he hopes to maintain his progress after getting into the Top-100 of the world following consistent Top-15 finishes in the first two events of 2024…

Korea’s An finishes 2nd for fifth time; consistent Indian-American Bhatia is 13th

Korea’s An finishes 2nd for fifth time; consistent Indian-American Bhatia is 13th

Honolulu: It was another close finish for Korea’s Byeong Hun An who finished runner-up for the fifth time on the PGA Tour, as he lost in a three-way play-off at the US$8.3 million Sony Open…

FEATURE – Japanese lineage stays close to home at Sony Open in Hawaii

FEATURE – Japanese lineage stays close to home at Sony Open in Hawaii

Japan fondly refers to Hawaii as the “Islands of Everlasting Summer” and each January, in the dredges of the cold Japanese winter, a select number of Japanese native professional golfers make their way to the…

Indian-American duo Theegala and Bhatia look to contend at Sony Open

Indian-American duo Theegala and Bhatia look to contend at Sony Open

Honolulu, Hawaii: Sahith Theegala, who came within a whisker of grabbing the title at the opening event on the PGA TOUR last week is back again in Hawaii this week for the Sony Open. The…