US President Donald Trump on Monday fumed at negative media coverage of him playing golf over Memorial Day weekend, as the US death toll from the coronavirus pandemic neared 100,000.
President Donald Trump kicked off the start of the American summer season on Saturday with his first golf outing in two months, underlining his push for a return to normal life in the United States.
Donald Trump doesn’t expect to be teeing it up anytime soon with Rory McIlroy, who called out the US president earlier in the week for his controversial leadership.
Angkor Golf Resort has once again put Cambodia on the international golfing map.
There is some good news coming out amidst all the doom and gloom hanging over.
Golf’s HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore and the LPGA Thailand were cancelled Monday because of the coronavirus outbreak, meaning the US LPGA Tour has been forced to scrap all three of its lucrative early-season events in Asia.
Angkor Golf Resort is listed in “Top 100 Golf Courses in the World 2020”.
The Malaysian Embassy leads the opening of the 1st Malaysian Friendship Cup.
More than 56 avid golfers from the Malaysian diplomatic and business fraternity as well as friends of Malaysia, including the Ambassadors of Pakistan and Vietnam, took part in the inaugural Malaysian Embassy Golf Tournament, held at the Grand Phnom Penh golf club.
Aِngkor Golf Resort in Siem Reap has once again been recognised as the ‘Best Golf Course in Cambodia’ by the Asian Golf Awards.
Cambodia’s progress is being recognized internationally.
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.