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Make your total putts in around 200 feet

FORGET about the amount of putts in a round and instead add up the number of feet you’ve managed in putts holed. That’s what European Tour winner Rhys Davies does and on his best days he’s up around the 200 mark – that’s an 11-footer on every hole.


Chow Yun Fat's former girlfriend Idy Chan says they split up because of his mum

HONG KONG (ANN): When they started dating, Hong Kong actors Chow Yun Fat and Idy Chan were the talk of the town.


Vivian won’t forget the day Chong Wei doubled her joy

KUALA LUMPUR: National teammates of badminton legend Lee Chong Wei, who called it a day on Thursday, reflected on the treasured moments they have shared together.


Tremors across Jordan as Trump Mideast peace plan revives old fears

AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan's King Abdullah reacts angrily to any suggestion that he might accept a U.S. deal to end the Arab-Israeli conflict that would make his country a homeland for Palestinians.


Klang-born model Amelia Henderson turns racist comments into opportunity to preach love

PETALING JAYA: Klang-born model Amelia Thripura Henderson has turned racist comments calling her a "foreigner" and other racial slurs into an opportunity to educate others about respect, tolerance, and unity.


Unhappy at Twitter, thousands of Saudis crash pro-Trump social network

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A surge of about 200,000 users believed to be from Saudi Arabia who are frustrated at what they say is censorship by Twitter have helped crash the small social media network Parler, which styles itself as a "free speech-driven" space.

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A legend physically drained – but what a body of work

IT’S hard to imagine the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games without Lee Chong Wei.


Chong Wei to make public of his future

PETALING JAYA: It looks like it’s the End Game for Lee Chong Wei.


Family rallies behind Azmin, slams gutter politics

PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Azmin Ali's family has rallied behind him amidst allegations surrounding a viral sex video picturing two individuals.


Chong Wei likely to announce retirement tomorrow (June 13)

PETALING JAYA: After 19 years of glorious service to the nation, Malaysia's badminton icon Lee Chong Wei looks set to hang up his racquet.