Former Hong Kong international Rick Valentine claims World Hickory title with clubs his great grandfather made
A pictorial review of the “Miracle of Medinah”, where José María Olazábal’s European Team staged arguably the greatest comeback in the competition’s long and rich history
Rory's back, along with a sprinkling of his Ryder Cup cohorts. But the world number one, a definite fan favourite at Fanling, won't have things all his way with Matt Kuchar, Padraig Harrington and a host of European and Asian Tour stars also gunning for victory
We don't like to brag but let's face it: the Hong Kong Open has provided more thrilling moments and amazing conclusions than any other event in European and Asian Tour history. Here is a recap of the last seven special years.
Captain Olazábal says Seve's 'presence' helped Europe overcome the odds and complete the "Miracle at Medinah."
Nicolas Colsaerts, the only rookie on the European team, delivered a performance of the ages on day one
Reigning Hong Kong Open champion Rory McIlroy claims his second major and vaults to the top of the world rankings by destroying the strongest field of the year.
With the teams seemingly even matched, the 2012 Ryder Cup could once again come down to the wire.
Alex Jenkins talks to best-selling author Curt Sampson about his latest book – The War By The Shore – which takes us behind the scenes of the 1991 Ryder Cup at Kiawah Island. Remembered as one of the most controversial yet absorbing events in the modern era, it was won by the United States after Bernhard Langer missed a six-foot putt on the final green that would have retained the Cup for Europe.