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Chang Hwa, Chinese Taipei, October 17: Local hope Lin Chien-bing surged to the top of the leaderboard after signing for a bogey-free five-under-par 66 at the halfway stage of the 15th ADT Chang Hwa Open on Friday. Lin, who opened with a 70, reeled in nine straight pars before closing with five consecutive birdies …

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Chang Hwa, Chinese Taipei, October 16: Two-time Asian Tour winner Chan Yih-shin reveled in delight on home soil when he fired a four-under-par 67 to share the opening round lead with England’s Grant Jackson, Thailand’s Pasamet Pogamnerd and Nils Floren of Sweden at the 15th ADT Chang Hwa Open on Thursday. The …

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A strong line-up of 14 Asian Development Tour (ADT) champions, led by three-time winner Pavit Tangkamolprasert of Thailand, will headline the 15th ADT Chang Hwa Open which gets underway on Thursday. Nine players in the current top-10 of the Order of Merit including second-ranked Pavit, American Brett Munson, Niall …

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Local star Lin Wen-tang hopes to win the US$500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) and fulfil his goal of landing one of the most sought after titles in Chinese Taipei. Lin, a six-time Asian Tour winner, insists that winning the Yeangder TPC remains as a top priority when he tees off at the Linkou …

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Chang Hwa, Chinese Taipei, July 26: Hsieh Tung-shu of Chinese Taipei (pictured by Justin Yeh) raced to a two-shot lead after firing a six-under-par 66 in the second round of the US$160,000 Taifong Open on Saturday. Overnight leader Choo Tze Huang of Singapore, Australian David Lutterus, Thai duo Pijit Petchkasem …

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Chang Hwa, Chinese Taipei, July 25: Singapore’s Choo Tze Huang stood firmly grounded despite the gusty wind conditions when he fired a four-under-par 68 to take the opening clubhouse lead at the weather-disrupted US$160,000 Taifong Open on Friday. Play was suspended at 4.50pm local time due to lightning threat …

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Chang Hwa, Chinese Taipei, July 23: The US$160,000 Taifong Open will be reduced to 54 holes with the first round starting on Friday due to the inclement weather caused by Typhoon Matmo which hit Chinese Taipei on Wednesday. Officials came to a decision to reschedule the opening round to Friday to ensure that the …