October 17: It was an exciting week for the Asian Tour at the Venetian Macao Open with Thailand’s Pavit Tangkamolprasert claiming the title. In this Monday Rewind, we showcase five interesting facts about the tournament.
Jakarta, October 6: Watch the best shots from the opening round of BNI Indonesian Masters presented by Zurich which took place at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club on Thursday.
Sentosa, Singapore, October 3: The Asian Tour enjoyed a double dose of happiness last week with the Shinhan Donghae Open in Korea and Mercuries Taiwan Masters being held on the same week. Asiantour.com looks back at the top five things we learned.
Sentosa, Singapore, October 3: Chinese Taipei’s Lu Wei-chih and Gaganjeet Bhullar of India delivered feel-good comeback victories on Sunday, marking a welcome return into the Asian Tour champion’s club following years of self-doubt.
Tamsui, Chinese Taipei, October 2: Lu Wei-chih of Chinese Taipei won the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday to revive his career after going through a brain surgery to remove a non-malignant tumour in mid-2012.
Tamsui, Chinese Taipei, October 1: Panuphol Pittayarat kept up his chase for a first Asian Tour victory after battling to a two-over-par 74 in blustery conditions in the third round of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Saturday.
Changhwa, Chinese Taipei, July 10: American Johannes Veerman captured his maiden Asian Development Tour (ADT) title after defeating local hope Wang Wei-lun on the second play-off hole at the weather-shortened Taifong Open on Sunday.
Taipei, June 29: Read what leading contenders have to say about their chances at this week’s US$500,000 Yeangder TPC which will be staged at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club.
Taipei, June 29: Chinese Taipei’s Lu Wei-chih hopes his life story will serve as an inspiration to many when he takes his place among the strong field that boasts over 20 Asian Tour champions at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) which starts on Thursday.
Samui, Thailand, June 16: Thai veteran star Thaworn Wiratchant took his customary position atop the leaderboard at the weather-hit Queen’s Cup following an opening five-under-par 66 on Thursday.