Former world number one golfer Rory McIlroy is the richest young sportsperson in Britain and Ireland with a net worth of 110 million pounds ($149.14 million), according to the Sunday Times newspaper’s Rich List.
The upscale Kasumigaseki Country Club near Tokyo has upgraded three women to full membership after agreeing last year to admit female members, following criticism from the International Olympic Committee.
The Asian Tour will be heading back to Vietnam for this first time since 2015 for the Ho Tram Players Championship, which will be staged from December 6 to 9.
Schmidt-Curley Design has been hired by FLC Group to lead the development of the complex near the city of Dong Hoi in the central part of the country.
Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy held their nerve to win the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with a final-round five-under-par 67 in Louisiana.
The Duca Del Cosma Kuba shoes are one of the products featured in Editor's Choice product list of Golf Monthly Magazine.
BRG Group chairwoman Madame Nguyen Thi Nga, known as a savvy and sharp-witted female investor and owner of numerous well-known golf courses across the country, talks about her insights and expectations for the development of the king sport in Vietnam over the coming years.
The game is big business, directly driving $84.1 billion in economic activity across the U.S. in 2016, according to a study commissioned by the World Golf Foundation. The findings reflect a 22% increase from $68.8 billion in 2011, the last time the U.S. Golf Economy Report was released.
Lilia Vu owes her place on the U.S. Curtis Cup team, in part, to a Brit. It was England’s Bronte Law who took Vu under her wing freshman year at UCLA and taught her that “every little thing matters.” She blossomed under Law’s tutelage, becoming the winningest Bruin in school history.