Khue Minh becomes youngest golfer to win national champs
- Sergio Garcia cruises to victory to Singapore Open 2018
- Dustin Johnson: there is no need to limit golf ball flight
- Rory McIlroy: NI golfer says heartbeat irregularity is nothing to worry about
- Patton Kizzire prevails in playoff to win Sony Open
Fourteen-year-old Đoàn Xuân Khuê Minh became Việt Nam’s youngest athlete to win the National Women’s Amateur Golf Championship on 10/12/2017.
Minh triumphed, with an over-24 (240 score) at the three-day tournament where she faced senior and experienced rivals.
Joung Sun Mi stood second, with an over-26 242 result, followed by Ngô Lê Hoàng Nam Phương (over-31). The qualification’s leader, Nguyễn Thị Vân Anh, former national champion, placed fourth (over-36).
Minh earlier overcame senior Trần Chiêu Dương in the playoffs to secure her berth in the national team taking part in the Malaysian Southeast Asian Games in August. She broke the record for being the youngest Vietnamese athlete in the regional competition.
Sergio Garcia of Spain put on a masterful display of golf as he carded a three-under-par 68 to romp to a dominant five-shot victory at the US$1 million SMBC Singapore Open on Sunday.
World number one Dustin Johnson says there is no need to limit how far golf balls fly because nobody "is making the game too easy"
Rory McIlroy has played down concerns over his health after revealing he has a minor heartbeat irregularity