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Staying on top of their game

BT talks to three of S'pore's top golfers about their aspirations and the future of the sport here

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On the greens: Quincy Quek (above) advises golfers in general to enjoy the game, and to always be patient; Lam Chih Bing laments Singapore's lack of support for athletes, corporate sponsors, as well as good coaches. - PHOTOS: ASIAN TOUR, LIU ZHUANG, MARK NEWCOMBE / WWW.VISIONSINGOLF.COM

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On the greens: Quincy Quek advises golfers in general to enjoy the game, and to always be patient; Lam Chih Bing (above) laments Singapore's lack of support for athletes, corporate sponsors, as well as good coaches.

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'I hope Singapore's golf will move on. I hope we can see youngsters coming up and making the country proud.' - Mardan Mamat (above)

Lam Chih Bing, 37

GREG Norman was his idol growing up, but currently he is into Phil Mickelson. "He's a really good player, a very exciting player and I think a very nice guy," says Singapore golfer Lam Chih Bing, who turned professional in 2000 when he was 23.

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