Keppel Club raises record S$1.28m for charity

THE future of Keppel Club is bleak, for its land lease ends in 2021 and the prime area is set for an extensive redevelopment for the upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront project.

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Car Times clinches BT Golf League team title in style

THE familiar sight of national golfer Donovan Lee took some fight off the individual title hopefuls, for they always knew that they would be competing to be "second best".

Husband-and-wife duo help Singapore golfers to Causeway Cup draw

THE husband-and-wife pairing of Ken and Natasha Lye played a leading role in Singapore's comeback draw at the annual Causeway Cup golf media match against a strong Malaysian team at the Sentosa Golf Club last week.

THE FINISH LINE

Away from the pool, Schooling masters the greens

HE BOMBED a 270-metre drive that went way past the end of the "Nearest The Line" marking in a cross wind in the fifth leg of the Business Times Corporate Golf League last week. Then he hit a near-perfect downhill shot over 195 metres, the ball landing pin-high but about 12 metres to the left....

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Team Citi cut Car Times' lead to just two points

TEAM Citi, with further consistent above-par performances from ace player Joey Chang and partner Charles Tan, closed the gap to just two points with one leg of the six-leg The Business Times Corporate Golf League remaining.

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A tight race in store as BT league nears finish

THE race for the 10th Business Times Corporate Golf League overall title is heading for an interesting finish, with just two legs of the tournament to go.

SPOTLIGHT

Who will stop Djokovic from making it US Open title No. 4?

WHEN Rafael Nadal landed his fifth Rogers Cup title in thumping fashion in Montreal earlier this month, he sent a strong statement of intent to his main rivals for this week's United States Open.

COMMENTARY

Forget the World Cup, shoot for the SEA Games football gold first

HERE we go again. Stop day-dreaming. Once bitten, twice shy. These refrains have been often heard among football fans here when they are asked about the Singapore national team being challenged to shoot for a berth in the 2034 edition of the Fifa World Cup finals.

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Donovan Lee's 4 birdies light up BT golf league

SINGAPORE'S national golfer Donovan Lee lit up The Business Times Corporate Golf League with a magnificent two-over 73 at the Warren Golf and Country Club.

Despite Schooling's woes in the pool, Singapore sport still alive and kicking

IT was a day when Singapore's Olympic hero became a zero, and the country's sports scene suffered a major body blow. People had reason to be downcast, disheartened and discouraged about their fallen idol.

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Ex-national golfer Vincent Khua leads Car Times to the top of the table

HE went up the dinner stage four times to receive prizes. And to many golfers last Wednesday, that was par for the course.

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Joseph Schooling to add buzz to BT golf league

IN ADDITION to having fun, The Business Times Corporate Golf League is set to experience a bit of star power next month.

SPOTLIGHT

Former winner McIlroy has home support to count on at Royal Portrush

HE courts controversy and enjoys it as much as excelling in the game itself.

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On song with an eagle, birdies and a 310m drive

A jubilant Lim Joo Seng should have been on Cloud Nine, but he chose to keep his feet on the ground. Humility has always been his trademark, and he always has a big smile even after a bad day on the golf course.

Helping the entrepreneurship spirit to take flight

FOR some, entrepreneurship is passed down - sometimes through generations. For those who come from a family of businessmen, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree and they ooze entrepreneurship in their veins and run businesses.

Afghanistan's World Cup display spurs Singapore cricket

SINGAPOREANS watching the ongoing cricket World Cup in England profusely rejoice - or deeply regret - that minnows Afghanistan, despite still being winless, have made some impact on the sport.

Former great Becker has so much faith in Federer

AFTER analysing Roger Federer's demolition of Australian Mark Philippoussis in the 2003 Wimbledon tennis singles final, three-time winner Boris Becker declared: "We have seen the future…it arrived today".

Singapore Open boost for local pros with extra spot

THE Singapore Golf Association (SGA) continues to live the Olympic dream.

In-form long-hitter Koepka is favourite for third straight title

A RECENT video circulating on YouTube shows US PGA champion and Rolex Testimonee Brooks Koepka in his true element as a golfer par excellence, with a trim rotational body executing perfect drives that suit him to a tee.

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Four teams to make debut at BT golf league

A TOTAL of 20 teams will be taking part in this year's The Business Times Corporate Golf League, with four of them making their debut at the annual tournament. The four are from OCBC Bank, CarTimes, RHT Management, and a joint team from HG Metals and Samwoh.

'King of Clay' Nadal can make it a Roland Garros treble

AS the "Big Three" entrench themselves into the 30s agewise, inadvertently they are supposed to loosen their tennis grip on command play.

SGX Bull Charge Golf event raises record S$770,000 for charity

GROSS scores of 100 and more, finding water frequently (one even confessed that he hit three balls into the pond on a par-four hole) and a series of double-pars.

Two Singaporean teen golfers earn US trip

IT IS widely acknowledged that promising Singapore athletes experience leaps in performance after a coaching, training or competition stint in the United States.

Marina Bay course's first 2-in-1 layout gets thumbs up

THE Phil Jacobs-designed par-72 Marina Bay Golf Course, measuring 6,561 metres, is unveiling Singapore's first 2-in-1 layout on Friday.

The new Rahm is in the Masters groove

HIS rise in men's golf has been phenomenal.