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Manassero looks to 'unbelievable' McIlroy

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Matteo Manassero said Wednesday he was aiming to emulate the consistency of Rory McIlroy, as the teenager attempts to follow up his Barclays Singapore Open victory with a strong showing in Hong Kong.

Manassero passes endurance test to win Barclays Singapore Open


Italy’s Matteo Manassero prevailed in a gripping sudden-death playoff where he eagled the third play-off hole to pip South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen to the Barclays Singapore Open title on Sunday.


Chapchai ties with Dyson at Barclays Singapore Open


Thailand’s Chapchai Nirat continued his good form when he took a share of the second round clubhouse lead with England’s Simon Dyson at six-under par through nine holes before inclement weather halted

Barclays Singapore Open: Chinnarat trails Bjorn by one stroke


Thailand’s Chinnarat Phadungsil opened his campaign strongly at Asia’s richest National Open by carding a four-under-par 67 to trail clubhouse leader Thomas Bjorn of Denmark by one at the Barclays Sin

'I've got another nine years in me," says Jeev Milkha Singh

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Indian veteran Jeev Milkha Singh Wednesday gave himself nine years to win a Major after returning to the top 100 on the back of one of the biggest wins of his career.

Singh, 41, said India's improvin

Mcilroy promises to deliver at Barclays Singapore Open

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Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy promises to show why he is the planet's best golfer when he steps up to the tee at the Barclays Singapore Open which begins on Thursday.

McIlroy's last visit to the Li

Jeev eyes glory at Barclays Singapore Open

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Indian great Jeev Milkha Singh believes he is back to his best form as he aims to emulate his 2008 victory at the US$6 million Barclays Singapore Open next week.

Singh enjoyed one of his finest seas

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