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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Dustin Johnson has not played a tournament since the Tour Championship in August while recovering from major knee surgery but has no fear of being thrown in the deep end at the Presidents Cup this week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Presidents Cup has showcased high-quality pairings throughout its 25-year history but none have endured quite like the dynamic duo of Tiger Woods and Fred Couples.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Captain Tiger Woods will kick off the United States' bid for an eighth successive win in the Presidents Cup when he combines with Justin Thomas in the opening match of the fourballs at Royal Melbourne on Thursday.
KOTA KINABALU: An adult female Borneo pygmy elephant, which was found dead at an oil palm smallholding in Lahad Datu, is believed to have died of blood poisoning or toxaemia, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - American golfer Patrick Reed has denied cheating in a tournament last week and hit out at International team players for saying he had, as a little edge entered proceedings on Tuesday ahead of the Presidents Cup.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - United States captain Tiger Woods on Tuesday said he does not expect teammate Patrick Reed to be subjected to abuse by fans at the upcoming Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne, after the golfer was penalized last week for breaching the rules.
(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy has ruled out playing in Saudi Arabia next month, saying he has no interest in contesting the Jan. 30-Feb. 2 tournament that has offered lavish appearance fees to attract many of the world's top players.
PETALING JAYA: The Star’s R.AGE team has been working to expose the underground world of pangolin trafficking since its exclusive report on Sept 25, which revealed the involvement of a group of corrupt Malaysian policemen in the international pangolin smuggling trade.
PEKANBARU: Indonesian authorities have arrested five suspected poachers of a pair of critically endangered pregnant Sumatran tigers and seized four foetuses that had been preserved in a jar, a forestry official said.
PEKANBARU: Indonesian authorities have arrested five suspected poachers of a pair of critically endangered pregnant Sumatran tigers and seized four fetuses that had been preserved in a jar, a forestry official said on Monday (Dec 9).