Few issues in the world of golf arouse more excitement than the potential of the Chinese market and schoolboy Guan Tianlang is learning fast that every promising talent from the country is going to be subject to intense scrutiny.
Asia claimed their second Royal Trophy triumph here on Sunday, in the most dramatic way as Korean golfer K.T. Kim's birdie at the first play-off hole settled a breathless battle between two outstanding teams.
LPGA Championship winner Feng Shanshan from China will spearhead a group of local stars challenging some of the best women's golfers from the Korean LPGA at the Hyundai China Ladies Open from Dec 14-16.
Golf's rulemakers proposed a ban on players anchoring long putters to their body on Wednesday, saying they wanted to outlaw the practice by 2016 in order to preserve the "skill and challenge" of putting.
Mission Hills played host to some of the very best names in golf who gathered ahead of the WGC-HSBC Champions 2012 which teed off on 1st November on the 7,301 yard Olazabal Course at Mission Hills’ Dongguan resort in southern China’s Pearl River Delta.
Editor's note: The 2012 WGC-HSBC Golf Champions will be held at the Mission Hills Golf Club in Guangdong from Nov 1 to 4, 2012. China Daily reporter Ma Zhenhuan talks to Grant Slack, senior vice-president of IMG Golf Asia-Pacific, about the future of the sport in China and IMG's involvement in the high-profile event.
World number one Rory McIlroy has his sights firmly set on winning the money list on both major tours as he links up with most of his fellow European Ryder Cup heroes at this week's BMW Masters in Shanghai.