2019 Samdech Pichey Sen Tea Banh Golf Championship is held.
A Friendly Golf event marking 60 years of diplomatic relations with Indonesia.
A coronation almost turned into a calamity but Brooks Koepka survived to win the PGA Championship for a second consecutive year on Sunday and establish himself as golf’s new top dog.
The annual 2019 Samdech Krolahom Sar Kheng Golf Tournament, this year commemorated the 74th anniversary of the founding of the National Police (May 16, 1945 – May 16, 2019.
Bamboo chief executive is confident he can fend off budget carrier VietJet.
Rickie Fowler returns to Augusta National with the heartbreak of last year’s runner-up.
Prize money in women’s golf pales in comparison to the riches on offer for men, but Laura Davies thinks the $70 million up for grabs on the LPGA Tour this year represents success by any reasonable measure.
Four of the world’s five best golfers will compete in Saudi Arabia.
Tiger Woods had gone more than five years without a victory when he rolled into Atlanta for the Tour Championship.
The third edition of the Samdech Techo Prime Minister Cup wraps up with 63 amateur golfers taking part in the annual contest.
The Presidents Cup is where Americans are pitted against an International team.
Englishman Justin Rose is projected to regain the world number one ranking.
Unheralded Mexican Abraham Ancer ignited his round with a remarkable chip-in.
The 9th edition of the Malaysian Ambassador’s Cup Golf Tournament wraps up.
The CEO of the World Golf Foundation defends the organisation’s selection process.
The new-look Davis Cup has the potential to rival golf’s Ryder Cup.
A spectator hit by a tee shot played by U.S. golfer Brooks Koepka during the Ryder Cup has lost sight in her right eye, AFP reported.
Thomas Bjorn’s superb European team won it, but this was a triumph for golf.
Tommy Fleetwood is probably the most laid-back man in golf.
Australian golfer Jarrod Lyle has decided to stop active treatment in his third fight against cancer.
DeChambeau apologises after being rebuked for his behaviour at the European Open.
Newly-crowned British Open champion Francesco Molinari climbed to a career-high world ranking of sixth.
Rory McIlroy admits it is going to take something special to end the recent dominance of the majors by American golfers.
Dustin Johnson overcomes injuries to become a major golf champion, the long-hitting American star with a low-key attitude.
Tommy Fleetwood fires a US Open record-tying seven-under-par 63.
Phil Mickelson was almost gushing in his praise of Shinnecock Hills, but that doesn’t mean he backs all of the changes.
14-time major champion Tiger Woods hasn’t battled back from four back surgeries just to make up the numbers at the Masters.
Over 3,500 athletes and coaches are set to meet Prime Minister Hun Sen at Koh Pich tomorrow for the third annual meeting.
Park In-bee says how to enjoy tournament golf is the only one thing left to her learn.
Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat is hoping to emerge as a surprise contender.