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TULSA, Oklahoma (Reuters) - Chilean Mito Pereira said the pressure of the PGA Championship proved too much to overcome on Sunday, as nerves cost him a one-shot lead on the final hole at Southern Hills Country Club.
TULSA, Oklahoma (Reuters) - The PGA Championship's underdogs had plenty of bite heading into Sunday's final round in Tulsa, with none of the top four having ever won a PGA Tour event - let alone a major title.
TULSA, Okla. (Reuters) - Chile's Mito Pereira said it was the best thing he'd ever done when he secured a PGA Tour card last year. He may soon top that as he heads into the weekend one shot off the PGA Championship lead and with a chance to become his country's first player to win a major.
CARL Yuan Yechun became only the third mainland Chinese golfer to earn a coveted US PGA Tour card for next season.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The body of Australian cricket icon Shane Warne remained in Thailand for another day on Tuesday, police said, as consular officials worked on logistics to bring home the man widely regarded as one of the finest spin bowlers of all time.
MELBOURNE, Australia/SURAT THANI, Thailand, (Reuters) -Shane Warne's family has been "shattered" by the sudden death of the Australian cricket great, and his children are in "complete shock," his long-time manager, James Erskine, said on Sunday, as the player's body was taken for an autopsy.
AMBITION and confidence are prerequisites of success. And Khavish Varman Varadan, Malaysia’s top ranked player in the men’s World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR), has loads of both.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Australian Olympic Committee will leave it to the country's rugby and football federations to investigate and punish the "unacceptable" drunken behaviour of players on a flight home from Tokyo, Chef de Mission Ian Chesterman said on Wednesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan has put a spotlight on sustainability at the 2020 Olympic Games, with athletes standing on podiums made of recycled plastics to receive medals crafted from recycled small electronics before sleeping on beds made of cardboard.
CHINA’S Carl Yuan Yechun took a massive step towards achieving two career goals with his third runner-up finish on the Korn Ferry Tour on Sunday.The 24-year-old Yuan fought to a tied second place at the Simmons Bank Open for the Snedeker Foundation after signing off with a one-under 71 and a 13-under 275 aggregate to end the week three strokes behind winner Austin Smotherman.