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Southwoods  Chair’s Cup

Three hundred sixty five players gear up for a showdown for top honors in various divisions in the Chairman’s Charity Cup slated Nov. 16 at the Manila Southwoods’ Masters and Legends courses in Carmona, Cavite. Big prizes will also be staked for hole-in-one feats, including a brand new Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLS CVT Matic Sedan […]

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Tiger expects  strong field for  Hero Challenge

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Tiger Woods will launch his 2018-19 competitive season later this month at the Hero World Challenge which he will be headlining along with world number one Justin Rose. The Hero World Challenge field features players from six countries and includes four of the top five and 16 of the top 23 […]

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Ramos eyes third crown at Riviera

Sean Ramos seeks to cap a strong season-ending campaign with another victory while Nicole Abelar and Sofia Legaspi brace for a showdown in the women’s side of the Riviera MVPSF Amateur Championship which starts today (Friday, Nov. 9) at Riviera’s Langer course in Silang, Cavite. Ramos ruled the Cangolf Am Open in wire-to-wire fashion then […]

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Tight finish seen in amateur golfest

The country’s leading amateurs and rising stars set out for another fierce battle for golf supremacy as they slug it out in the Riviera MVPSF Amateur Championship which gets going Friday at Riviera’s Langer course in Silang, Cavite. Aidric Chan and Sean Ramos banner the men’s Championship division that also features the likes of Leandro […]

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DeChambeau wins

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DeChambeau wins

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Bryson DeChambeau rolled in a 58-foot eagle putt from off the green at 16 on Sunday on the way to a one-shot victory in the US PGA Tour’s Shriners for Children Open in Las Vegas. DeChambeau, back in action for the first time since playing on the US team that lost […]

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DeChambeau shares lead with Uihlein

Bryson DeChambeau, seeking his fourth US PGA title of the year, fired a bogey-free six-under par 65 Saturday to share the lead after three rounds of the Shriners for Children Open.

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