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Kang leads at Torrey, Woods five adrift

LA JOLLA, California (AFP) ― All eyes were on Tiger Woods, but it was South Korean Kang Sung-hoon, playing his second U.S. PGA Tour event, who topped the leaderboard on Thursday after the first roun...

Updated : 2011.01.28 18:40

Asia takes 6-2 lead over Europe

HUA HIN, Thailand (AP) ― Asia swept all four points in the fourballs on Saturday to build a 6-2 lead over Europe in the three-day Royal Trophy match play golf tournament. Asia needs only 2 1/2 poin...

Updated : 2011.01.09 18:25

Woods, Golf Digest end relationship

KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) ― Tiger Woods has one less endorsement deal, ending his 13-year relationship with golf’s biggest magazine when they couldn’t agree on how many hours he should devote to the job. ...

Updated : 2011.01.07 18:49

K.J. Choi has high expectations in 2011

PGA golfer signs 3-year contract with SK Telecom Finally fit and healthy, South Korean professional golfer Choi Kyoung-ju declared himself ready on Thursday for the 2011 PGA Tour season. At a press...

Updated : 2011.01.07 18:49

Kim wants focus only on golf

KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) ― Anthony Kim wants 2011 to be a season that changes his career. He hopes it might be enough to change his reputation, too. One of the most dynamic young talents in golf? That...

Updated : 2011.01.05 18:35