South Korea’s Ko Jin-young poses with the trophy after winning the Evian Championship on Sunday. Associated Press
Ireland’s Shane Lowry withstood howling wind and rain to win his first major at the British Open by six shots from Tommy Fleetwood on Sunday. In desperately difficult conditions, Lowry’s one-over par final round was still more than enough as he finished on 15-under for the tournament to claim
The UAE golfers returned on Sunday after attending a summer camp at two of the Ireland’s finest golf clubs. The participants of the National Junior and Ladies Golf Programmes spent 12 days at the Carton House and The K Club
Los Angeles: Jim Herman won the Barbasol Championship by one stroke to finally earn that elusive second PGA title of his career. He managed to edge Kelly Kraft, who stumbled to the finish with two bogeys down the stretch. Herman’s only other win on the PGA Tour came three years ago when he captured
Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal hit centuries as Sri Lanka raised hope of winning the second Test after reducing Bangladesh to 34-4 on day four in Dhaka on Thursday.
Hosted by the Sharjah Cultural & Chess Club, the championship is being held under the patronage of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.
The 32-year-old, also a successful business professional and entrepreneur, finished 10th in the fourth round of the competition, earning him one point in the rally which attracted 48 teams in his category.