Liang urges patience as China`s star rises

China`s most decorated golfer Liang Wenchong says it could be a decade before a Chinese player breaks into the top ranks of the game but he`s certain it will happen.

Bhullar finishes 57th, Frenchman Levy wins Volvo China Open

Gaganjeet Bhullar had a tame finish with a final round of 75 that had three bogeys on either side and just three birdies overall at the Volvo China Open.

France`s Levy clinches maiden title in China

Frenchman Alexander Levy won the first professional tournament of his fledgling career Sunday, holding off a spirited charge from England`s Tommy Fleetwood in the $3.2 million Volvo China Open.

France`s Levy clinches maiden title in China

Frenchman Alexander Levy won the first professional tournament of his fledgling career Sunday, holding off a spirited charge from England`s Tommy Fleetwood in the $3.2 million Volvo China Open.

Bhullar tied 42nd, Kapur, Jeev miss cut in Volvo China Open

Gaganjeet Bhullar, the lone Indian to make the cut, faltered on the last hole with a double bogey to slip to tied 42nd after the third round of the Volvo China Open on Saturday.

Teen whizz Guan eyes Asian Games, long haul

Masters sensation Guan Tianlang said he hopes to represent China at this year`s Asian Games but pledged not to play too many big events this year as he focuses on building a long-term career.

Bhullar tied 38th at Volvo China; Kapur, Jeev struggle

Gaganjeet Bhullar alone shot an under-par round from among the three Indians in the fray to be tied 38th at the Volvo China Open here. Bhullar, who was two-under with two holes, including a par-5 to go, dropped a late bogey to finish at one-under 71.

`Flu-struck` Henrik Stenson aiming to replace Woods as world No.1 at Volvo China Open

Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson is reportedly suffering from a heavy dose of flu as he bids to win his first title of the year and move towards Tiger Woods` world number one spot at this week`s Volvo China Open.

Game entering new era say Stenson, Poulter

Golf is entering a new era, according to stars Henrik Stenson and Ian Poulter, with one player unlikely to dominate in the way Tiger Woods did during his prime.

Flu-hit Stenson has Tiger in his sights

Henrik Stenson has been hit by a heavy dose of flu as he bids to win his first title of the year and move towards Tiger Woods`s world number one spot at this week`s Volvo China Open.

Jeev tied 14th, as Rumford wins second time in two weeks

Jeev Milkha Singh carded a creditable three-under 69 to get into top-15 for only the second time this season as he ended tied 14th at USD 3.2 million Volvo China Open here on Sunday.

Jeev, Bhullar make cut in China

Jeev Milkha Singh comfortably made the cut while Gaganjeet Bhullar had to dig deep with three birdies in last four holes to join him for the weekend rounds at the European Tour event Volvo China Open.

12-year old Chinese prodigy to become youngest golfer in European Tour history

A Chinese boy will become the youngest player in European Tour history when he tees off on Thursday at the Volvo China Open.

Jeev, Chowrasia for China Open

Former champion Jeev Milkha Singh and SSP Chowrasia will tee up at the Volvo China Open starting this week.

Jeev`s closing birdie spree takes him to top-10 at Volvo China

Three birdies in the last five holes saw Jeev Milkha Singh squeeze into the top-10 for the first time in 2011 at the Volvo China Open

Jeev`s closing birdie spree takes him to top-10 at Volvo China

Three birdies in the last five holes saw Jeev Milkha Singh squeeze into the top-10 for the first time in 2011 at the Volvo China Open

Jeev shoots 71, slips to ninth at Volvo China Open

Jeev Milkha Singh managed just two birdies against one bogey for a one-under 71 and slipped to tied ninth at the Volvo China Open

Jeev shoots 71, slips to ninth at Volvo China Open

Jeev Milkha Singh managed just two birdies against one bogey for a one-under 71 and slipped to tied ninth at the Volvo China Open

Jeev fires 66 again, moves to second in China Open

Jeev Milkha Singh overcame a bogey on either side of the course to turn in a consecutive six-under 66 and move to tied second.

Jeev fires 66 again, moves to second in China Open

Jeev Milkha Singh overcame a bogey on either side of the course to turn in a consecutive six-under 66 and move to tied second.