Garcia claims first Major and Green jacket

Congratulations to Sergio Garcia from Spain for ending his long wait for a first Major title with a memorable play-off victory over England’s Justin Rose at the Masters. Sergio competed in the SMBC Singapore Open in January and tied for 11th – finishing four places behind winner Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng – to kick start what is turning out to be one of the finest seasons of his career. Sergio and Justin finished on nine under par after 72 holes...

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Early birthday present for veteran Prayad with SMBC Singapore Open triumph

Sentosa, Singapore, January 22: Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng received his early birthday present when he eclipsed his younger rivals with a final round four-under-par 67 to lift his 10th Asian...

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Scott takes pole position at SMBC Singapore Open

Three-time winner Adam Scott of Australia assumed his familiar position atop the leaderboard at the SMBC Singapore Open after birdieing the 18th on Sunday morning for a third round...

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Thai duo lead at weather-hit SMBC Singapore Open

Sentosa, Singapore, January 21: Thailand’s Tirawat Kaewsiribandit and Phachara Khongwatmai braved the heavy rains by snatching the third round clubhouse lead at the weather-hit SMBC Singapore Open on Saturday....

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New Daddy Quek shows the “nappy factor”

Sleep-deprived new dad Quincy Quek of Singapore gave some truth to the “nappy factor” in sport by fashioning two fine rounds to lie joint fourth at the halfway mark...

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The fine form of Prayad Marksaeng, this year’s popular SMBC Singapore Open champion, is continuing. He finished in a tie for seventh position in the Japan PGA Championship at the weekend. The Thai shot rounds of 70, 69, 73 and 70 for a 12 under total and he finished six shots adrift of the winner Yusaku Miyazato from Japan. Prayad is now in third place on the Japan Tour Money List with earnings of US$285,532. He is a six-time winner on the Japan Tour, including this year’s SMBC Singapore Open – an event jointly-sanctioned with Japan and the Asian Tour. #SingOpen ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Sergio Garcia from Spain for ending his long wait for a first Major title with a memorable play-off victory over England’s Justin Rose at the Masters.
Sergio competed in the SMBC Singapore Open in January and tied for 11th – finishing four places behind winner Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng - to kick start what is turning out to be one of the finest seasons of his career.
Sergio and Justin finished on nine under par after 72 holes at Augusta, setting up a sudden-death play-off on the 18th.
The Spaniard, 37, holed a birdie putt for victory after his European Ryder Cup team-mate could only manage a bogey.
Sergio finally won one of golf's four Majors at his 74th attempt after 22 previous top-10 finishes.
He became the third Spaniard to win the Masters - after Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal - on what would have been the 60th birthday of Seve, who died in 2011.
“To join Seve and Jose - my two idols - is amazing,” said Garcia. #SingOpen #USMasters2017 #Sergio
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Younghan Song, winner of last year's SMBC Singapore Open and runner up this year, produced a fine performance in the New Zealand Open at the weekend coming home in joint 12th place. He shot rounds of 66, 68, 67 and 70 to finish 14 under and five behind a three-man play-off, which was won by Kiwi Michael Hendry. #SingOpen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Korean Younghan Song, winner of the 2016 SMBC Singapore Open and joint second this year, makes his debut tomorrow in the New Zealand Open as the highest ranked player in the field, ranked 81st in the world. We wish him the best of luck. #SingOpen ... See MoreSee Less

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