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Kuchar grabs Sony golfest lead

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – American Matt Kuchar used a hot start to shoot his second-straight 63 and grab the halfway stage lead Friday at the PGA Tour’s Sony Open by one stroke over Andrew Putnam. Kuchar made birdie on his first three holes then closed with his sixth birdie of the day to move to […]

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Ababa out to keep ‘lucky’ streak

Winner of three PGT Asia events, Jhonnel Ababa hopes to keep his run of good fortune on the newest regional circuit as he shoots for another crown in the ICTSI Pradera Verde Classic which gets going Jan. 16 at the Pradera Verde Golf and Country Club in Lubao, Pampanga. The former amateur hotshot actually heads […]

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Thais, Aussies boost PGT Asia Pradera cast

A slew of aces from Thailand and Australia head the crack roster of players gearing up for a fierce battle with the top local shotmakers as the Philippine Golf Tour Asia resumes next week at the Pradera Golf and Country Club in Lubao, Pampanga. Thais Wisut Artjanawat, former PGTA Q-School topnotcher Pasavee Lertvilai, Poosit Supupramai, […]

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Schauffele  ties record at Kapalua

KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) – Xander Schauffele tied the Plantation course record at Kapalua with an 11-under 62 on Sunday, and he needed every shot to beat Gary Woodland by one shot and win the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Schauffele started the final round five shots out of the lead and opened with a bogey. His […]

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Go holds off Pagdanganan for 1-shot win

Lois Kaye Go survived Bianca Pagdanganan’s blazing backside charge with clutch par putts in the last two holes, claiming the hotly-disputed Philippine Amateur Open Golf Championship women’s crown on a closing 70 for a one-shot victory at Riviera’s Langer course here yesterday.

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Go seizes lead in PH Amateur Open

SILANG, Cavite – Lois Kaye Go blew past Atthaya Thitikul with a solid backside charge, finishing with a one-under 70 and emerging the new leader in as many days after three rounds of the Philippine Amateur Open Golf Championships at Riviera’s Langer course here yesterday. Go, 19, recovered from a bogey-bogey mishap from No. 7 […]

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