Kuala Lumpur, April 8: A scribbled note-to-self on his yardage book worked wonders as Wade Ormsby extended a winning run by Australian players on the Asian Tour with a one-shot triumph at the Panasonic Open India over the weekend.
New Delhi, April 7: Australian Wade Ormsby claimed a nerve-jangling maiden Asian Tour title at the Panasonic Open India to deny Thai veteran Boonchu Ruangkit from a historic victory at the Delhi Golf Club on Sunday.
New Delhi, April 6: Australia’s Wade Ormsby heaved a huge sigh of relief after he birdied his last hole to take the outright lead with his third round two-over-par 74 at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India on Saturday.
New Delhi, April 5: Australia’s Wade Ormsby cranked up the pressure on the chasing pack when he posted another five-under-par 67 to extend his advantage to two after the second round of the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India on Friday.
New Delhi, April 5: Former Hong Kong golf professional-turned-television commentator, Dominique Boulet is a prominent and recognised personality, who lends his voice to the Asian Tour Media.
New Delhi, April 5: Singapore’s Lam Chih Bing faces one of the biggest tests in the career as he heads into the weekend round with the clubhouse lead after carding a second round three-under-par 69 at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India on Friday.
New Delhi, April 5: Former Asian Tour executive Gerry Norquist of the United States only learnt of his entry into this week’s US$300,000 Panasonic Open India at the eleventh hour.
Read what the players are saying after the first round of the Panasonic Open India.
New Delhi, April 4: Singapore’s Lam Chih Bing hopes his opening round performance will spark a career revival after he carded a five-under-par 67 to grab a share of the first round lead with Australia’s Wade Ormsby and Kieran Pratt at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India on Thursday.
New Delhi, April 4: Australia’s Wade Ormsby and Kieran Pratt stole the morning limelight when they signed for matching five-under-par 67s to take the first round clubhouse lead at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India on Thursday.