August 12: Brazil’s Adilson Da Silva broke into a big smile after striping his drive straight down the middle of the fairway on Thursday. It didn’t matter if it wasn’t 300-plus yards which is quite the norm these days and it didn’t quite matter that he ended the day with a one-over-par 72.
August 9: Asian Tour member Adilson da Silva has been given the honour of hitting the opening tee shot when golf makes a long-awaited return to the Olympic Games with the men’s first round on Thursday.
June 1: Adilson Da Silva of Brazil looks forward to the return of golf in the Olympics.
April 6: Here’s the latest on players who are likely to tee up at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August.
Taipei, October 3: Read to find out what players have to say after their second rounds at the US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Friday.
Taipei, October 3: Brazil’s Adilson Da Silva produced a blistering six-under-par 66 to soar into the halfway lead at the Asian Tour’s US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Friday.
Kuala Lumpur, August 29: Forgotten man Ben Leong hopes to make the most of a second chance at resurrecting his golf career when he tees up at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters, an Asian Tour event he won in 2008, next month.
March 30: The big-hitting Anton Haig of South Africa signalled his return to Asia by leading the Driving Distance category with an average of 339 yards off the tees.