Give away: Win meal for four at Atrium Restaurant

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Outsider chang in three-way lead

Chang Ren 
Chiat, (above) Koh Dengshan 
and Choo Tze Huang. 

LEADING TRIO: Chang Ren Chiat, Koh Dengshan and Choo Tze Huang (above).
LEADING TRIO: (above) Chang Ren Chiat, Koh Dengshan and Choo Tze Huang.
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Selladore stars in S'pore win

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Els: Another Major winner from Asia in five years

Ernie Els (above) on a luxury speed boat hitting biodegradable golf balls with fish food in them. In the background is his Els Club Teluk Datai golf course in Langkawi, Malaysia. 

It’s been five years since Y E Yang won Asia’s first Major, and Ernie Els believes it won’t take another five before someone from the continent wins another one of golf’s biggest prizes.

Speaking to The New Paper yesterday, the World Golf Hall of Fame inductee felt names like Bae Sang Moon, Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa could be the ones to make the breakthrough.

South Korea’s Yang won the 2009 PGA Championship, and it remains the only Major trophy to land on Asian soil.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 29.

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A course for pros and S'pore swingers

Els reveals twin-goals for his first course in South-east Asia

OVERJOYED: Els strikes the opening tee-shot in the company of Her Majesty Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Hajjah Haminah, The Queen of Malaysia.

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Love, Rosie


Love, Rosie
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Hamm joins Roma board

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Domenech slams Mourinho and more

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'EAGLE' sprouts wings in comeback trial

ONE WITH WINGS: California Eagle, with Oscar Chavez in the saddle, flies in to beat Goal Keeper and Kaiser in his trial yesterday.
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Go with Dragon Pins in race 4

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