Clarke, McIlroy, Westwood to play in Asian Tour

The Asian Tour has pulled off a coup by signing two Major champions and current world No. 2 Lee Westwood for the season-ending Thailand Golf Championship at Amata Spring Country Club in December.

U.S. Open champ McIlroy to tee up at Hong Kong

U.S Open champion Rory McIlroy will headline the field at the Hong Kong Open in December.

Indian Open back on Asian Tour schedule

The Indian Open golf tournament is set to make its return to Asian Tour schedule with the 48th edition of the event, scheduled to be held from October 13-16, offering a record prize purse of USD 1.5 million.

South Korea`s Noh eyes greater golf glory in 2011

Korea`s teen golf sensation Noh Seung-Yul, the newly crowned Asian Tour number one, says he will be working to build more consistency in his game as he bids for even greater glory in 2011.

Asian golf uncovers new star in Noh

Asian golf uncovered a new star in 2010 with teen sensation Noh Seung-Yul winning the Asian Tour Order of Merit race as a battle between rival tours raged on.

South Korea’s Noh scoops Asian Tour top honours

Teenage star Noh Seung-Yul of South Korea has been officially crowned the youngest Asian Tour Order of Merit champion and named the Players’ Player of the Year.

Atwal nominated for `Special Achievement Award`

Indian golfer Arjun Atwal`s historic PGA title triumph today fetched him a place in the list of nominees for the Asian Tour`s Special Achievement Award along with Korean teen Noh Seung-yul and Thai legend Boonchu Ruangkit.

Indian Open not in Asian Tour, will get slot later: IGU

Indian golf`s marquee event, the Hero Honda Indian Open, does not figure in the Asian Tour`s 2011 provisional schedule but the Indian Golf Union insisted that the USD 1.25 million tournament would be alloted a slot "very soon".

Asian Tour `rebels` lose court battle to overturn bans

Five Asian Tour golfers failed in their bid to have a suspension overturned.

Blind golfers get chance on Asian Tour

Three blind golfers will test their skills this week against Asian Tour professionals during the inaugural Handa Singapore Classic in a drive to encourage more people with disabilities to tee-off.

Indian golfers shine in Asian Tour`s first half

Gaganjeet Bhullar`s second title on the circuit and a few top-10 finishes were the highlights of the Indian golfers` fine run in the first half of the Asian Tour events this year.

Bhasin makes the grade at Asian Tour Q School

Kunal Bhasin qualified as a full card holder for the 2010 Asian Tour season by virtue of his tied 11th finish in the Qualifying School Final Stage in Thailand.

Muniyappa named Asian Tour Rookie of the Year

Caddie-turned-pro C Muniyappa was today named the Asian Tour Rookie of the Year following his inspiration triumph in the Indian Open earlier this year.

Asian Tour to offer USD 40 million in prize money in 2010

The Asian Tour`s 2010 schedule will offer some USD 40 million in prize money and feature at least five new events, as well as a new secondary circuit for emerging talent, the golf tour announced on Tuesday.

Shiv Kapur`s Asian Tour card hangs by a thread

The European Tour card somehow salvaged, talented Indian golfer Shiv Kapur now faces a fresh battle to retain his Asian Tour full playing rights at this week`s Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open.

Obama to forge new partnership with Asian countries

As US President Barack Obama gets ready to leave Washington on a four-nation maiden sojourn to Asia, top administration official on Tuesday said these are attempts to renew America`s alliance in the region.

Randhawa slips to 5th in Asian Tour Order of Merit

Ace Indian golfer Jyoti Randhawa dropped a rung to fifth but Gaganjeet Bhullar held on to the sixth spot in the Asian Tour`s Order of Merit list issued.

Asian Tour chairman praises Bhullar

Young Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar has drawn praise from Asian Tour executive chairman Kyi Hla Han, who said the region`s golfing future looks bright with the emergence of talents like him.

Bhullar loses Brunei Open by a whisker, ends runner-up

Young Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar came agonisingly close to a second successive Asian Tour title but a missed birdie put paid to his chances as he lost a three-way play-off to finish runners-up at the Brunei Open here today.

Bhullar has Singh in his sights after first Asian Tour win

Jeev Milkha Singh will be looking over his shoulder after 21-year-old Gaganjeet Bhullar won his maiden Asian Tour title at the weekend and immediately set his sights on becoming India`s top golfer.