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Tiger Woods to make High Noon return alongside Patrick Reed

Tiger Woods to make High Noon return alongside Patrick Reed

It will be the first time Woods has played in the event owned by his charity foundation since it moved last year to the Bahamas and the Albany resort`s par-72, 7,267-yard Ernie Els-designed course.

Anirban Lahiri eyes Asian Tour Order of Merit title Anirban Lahiri eyes Asian Tour Order of Merit title

Anirban Lahiri would be aiming to seal the Asian Tour Order of Merit title with a strong showing at CIMB Classic.

Indian team finishes ninth at Nomura Cup golf Indian team finishes ninth at Nomura Cup golf

 India finished ninth on the final day of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Golf Team Championship, Nomura Cup at the Yas Links Golf Club.

Anirban Lahiri leads Indian challenge at CIMB Classic golf Anirban Lahiri leads Indian challenge at CIMB Classic golf

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri will lead the Indian challenge at the CIMB Classic which will see an in-form cast of Asian Tour stars vying for honours at the USD 7 million event which starts on Thursday.

Govt to promote golf tourism to attract more foreigners Govt to promote golf tourism to attract more foreigners

Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma stressed that there is a lot of potential in golf tourism in India.

Smylie Kaufman fires final round 61 to win Shriners Hospitals For Children Open Smylie Kaufman fires final round 61 to win Shriners Hospitals For Children Open

Kaufman clinched victory with a 20-foot birdie at the final hole.

Aditi Ashok best Indian at tied 13th, Emily Kristine Pedersen wins Women’s Indian Open golf Aditi Ashok best Indian at tied 13th, Emily Kristine Pedersen wins Women’s Indian Open golf

Aditi Ashok best Indian at tied 13th, while Denmark's Emily Kristine Pedersen won the Women’s Indian Open title on Sunday.

Aman Raj keeps India afloat in Nomura Cup Aman Raj keeps India afloat in Nomura Cup

Aman Raj lead from the front to help Indian team reach the tied 9th spot on day three of Nomura Cup at the Yas Links Golf Club here.

Lahiri falls to seventh, Jeev drops to 24th in Hong Kong Lahiri falls to seventh, Jeev drops to 24th in Hong Kong

Anirban Lahiri and Jeev Milkha Singh failed to compete for the top honors at the UBS Hong Kong Open.

Women's Indian Open: Four Indian golfers make cut, Denmark's Pedersen keeps lead Women's Indian Open: Four Indian golfers make cut, Denmark's Pedersen keeps lead

Four Indian golfers -- Aditi Ashok, Vani Kapoor, Saaniya Sharma and Smriti Mehra -- made the cut in the Women's Indian Open.

Indian golf team 10th at Nomura Cup Indian golf team 10th at Nomura Cup

Aman Raj brought the lowest card of one-under 71 even as the Indian team slipped a position to be 10th after the second round of Nomura Cup at the Yas Links Golf Club.

Anirban Lahiri third, Jeev Milkha Singh joint fourth at Hong Kong Open golf Anirban Lahiri third, Jeev Milkha Singh joint fourth at Hong Kong Open golf

Anirban Lahiri fired a five-under 65 to be third, while Jeev Milkha Singh also got a 65 to be tied fourth after the third and penultimate round of Hong Kong Open.

PGA Tour rookie Brett Stegmaier vaults into lead in Las Vegas PGA Tour rookie Brett Stegmaier vaults into lead in Las Vegas

Brett Stegmaier vaulted into the lead when play was suspended in fading light late in the second round.

Amateur Aditi Ashok best Indian, Rookie Pedersen takes one-shot lead Amateur Aditi Ashok best Indian, Rookie Pedersen takes one-shot lead

Amateur Aditi Ashok continued her stellar season, emerging as the best-placed Indian at tied 19th.

Indian golf team ninth at Nomura Cup Indian golf team ninth at Nomura Cup

The Indian Golf Union team scored two-over 218 to finish ninth on day one of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Golf Team Championship, Nomura Cup at the Yas Links Golf Club.

Anirban Lahiri in touch with leaders despite putting woes Anirban Lahiri in touch with leaders despite putting woes

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri continued to give himself chances as he added a second successive 67 to move to six-under and Tied-5th at the halfway stage of the UBS Hong Kong Open here today.



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