Wu Ashun breaks away to win China Open
Wu Ashun breaks away to win China Open

China`s Wu Ashun shot a one-under par 71 on Sunday to break a logjam at the top of the leaderboard and secure an historic victory in the Volvo China Open in Shanghai.

Thomas Bjorn shines in Jakarta, David Howell on form in China
Thomas Bjorn shines in Jakarta, David Howell on form in China

European Tour Players Committee chairman Thomas Bjorn, who shunned his own circuit this week to play on the Asian Tour, shook off the jet lag to grab a share of the first round lead at the Indonesia Masters on Thursday.

Shiv Kapur fights back to tied seventh in Shanghai
Shiv Kapur fights back to tied seventh in Shanghai

 Shiv Kapur staged a brilliant comeback on the second nine with five birdies in nine holes to close with a two-under 70, which saw him tied seventh at the end of the first round of the Volvo China Open here on Thursday.

D Harika best woman in Poker Masters Chess
D Harika best woman in Poker Masters Chess

 Grandmaster and former world junior champion D Harika was adjudged the best woman player after she settled for a draw with Alon Mindlin of Israel in the ninth and final round of Poker Masters Isle of Man Chess tournament that concluded here.

All eyes on Tiger Woods as British Open starts

England`s former Ryder Cup star David Howell got the 143rd British Open underway just after the crack of dawn at Royal Liverpool Golf Club on Thursday with all eyes early on riveted on a "fit again" Tiger Woods.

David Howell comes through the pain to win at St Andrew`s

England`s David Howell ended seven years in the golfing wilderness with a sudden-death playoff victory over American Peter Uihlein in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Ryder Cup stars line up for the Avantha Masters

The creme de la creme of European golf, including six Ryder Cup stars, would be in action when the fourth edition of the Avantha Masters tees off next week at the Jaypee Greens Golf Course here.

Negi`s title hopes suffer a dent after defeat against Howell

Parimarjan Negi`s title aspirations suffered a big setback as he lost the eighth and penultimate round of the Leiden International Chess tournament to David Howell of England.