News | Asian Tour

U.S. Open Qualifiers was a big draw for Indian stalwarts

The U.S. Open, according to most golfers is the toughest Major to win. On the tournament Thursday, it has 156 starters, but in the weeks running up to it, it has more than 10,000 dreamers hoping to get to that starting line.

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In Times Like This

It has been more than two months since the last putt dropped at the Bandar Malaysia Open.

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Looking Back: Boonchu’s success in first Tour event

To paraphrase the timeless classic from the Beatles, “Will golf still need me, when I am 64?”

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Under Spotlight: Rashid Khan

Last year India’s Rashid Khan staged one of the best comebacks of anyone on the Asian Tour although the only thing missing to validate that was the big ‘W’.

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A Breakthrough Star Awaits

The Asian Tour season might have hit the pause button due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that does not stop us from gazing into the crystal ball to pick out likely members who might enjoy their breakthrough on Tour when the season resumes.

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My Winning Reflections: Brad Kennedy

For three days, Brad Kennedy was largely out of the radar at the 101st New Zealand Open presented by Sky Sport.

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My winning reflections: Trevor Simsby

It took an agonizing wait at the clubhouse and three trips down the down the 18th hole at the Kota Permai Golf and Country Club before Trevor Simsby secured his Asian Tour breakthrough at the Bandar Malaysia Open in March

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