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SANYA, Hainan, China (14 November 2014) – Lin Tzu-Chi of Chinese Taipei fired a six-under-par 66 to emerge from a packed leader board after the first round of the Sanya Ladies Open in tropical Hainan, China. The 24-year-old sixth year professional from Taichung recorded nine birdies and three bogeys on a hot and …

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SANYA, Hainan, China (13 November 2014) – The Ladies European Tour is in China for the fifth edition of the Sanya Ladies Open at Yalong Bay Golf Club on Hainan Island, starting on Friday, followed by the inaugural Xiamen Open on the Chinese mainland.  ` A total of 120 top golfers from 27 countries and regions will …

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Tournament: BMW Masters. 30 October – 2 November, 2014 Venue: Lake Malaren Golf Club, Shanghai, China Prize fund: US$7million Frenchman Alexander Levy (pictured by Getty Images) will take a four-shot lead into the final round of the BMW Masters thanks to a brilliant nine under par 63 on day three, which was …

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Thomas Bjørn (pictured by Getty Images) believes this week’s US$7million tournament unites two of The European Tour’s strongest partners, with the BMW Masters set to kick off the Final Series once again in China. The Dane will make his first appearance since helping Europe win The 2014 Ryder Cup last month, and he …

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World Number one and winner of the 2014 Open Championship and 2014 US PGA Championship Rory McIlroy  confirmed his participation in the WGC-HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club (Shanghai, 6-9 November 2014) as he aims to complete a changing of the guard on golf’s global leaderboard. Joining …

The European Tour opens new Beijing Office to further developing its global golf brand in China

The European Tour has announced the opening of its new Beijing Office with the aim of further developing its global brand in China. It will be led by Simon Leach (Li Sai Wen), who previously helped grow the game of snooker in China through his work with World Snooker’s governing body, World Snooker Limited. In …

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As the PGA TOUR China Series enters a planned eight-week break in its schedule, Xin Jun Zhang, winner of last week’s Earls Beijing Open, goes into the hiatus as the new leader of the Order of Merit. Zhang began the week in third place, but his victory, worth ¥216,000, moved him ¥194,312 ahead of No. 2 Brett …

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BEIJING, China — On the 17th hole during the final round of the Earls Beijing Open, China’s Xin Jun Zhang went from chasing to the guy everybody was trying to catch. Zhang made a birdie on the second-to-last hole, while leader Mathew Perry made a triple bogey, and that four-shot swing gave Zhang the title …