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Japan's golfers eager to end 43-year barren run in Singapore

Since Uchida's win back in 1976, the Samurai spirit has been left wanting

Ryo Ishikawa in action at the SMBC Singapore Open held at Sentosa Golf Club's Serapong Course last year. He is one of the top Japanese contenders to win the Open.


IT'S no coincidence that, since last Monday, it has been all things Japanese at the Sentosa Golf Club.

The world-acclaimed golf club that's home to two highly-reputed 18-hole courses, is on a tourist island that was once a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp.

From 1942...

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