Golfing World, Inside the Game: EurAsia Cup 2016
Behind the scenes at the EurAsia Cup in Malaysia where Team Europe dominated proceedings to record a resounding victory.
Five share lead at Hero Indian Open
Five players are tied for the lead at 6 under after the first round of the 2015 Hero Indian Open.
Native son Chawrasia on top at Hero Indian Open
S.S.P. Chawrasia leads the 2015 Hero Indian Open at 10-under after two rounds.
Golfing World: Crans-sur-Sierre Club
Golfing World takes a close look at the stunning Crans-Sue-Sierre Club, site of the 2014 Omega European Masters, with the help of pros Brett Rumford, Padraig Harrington, Jeev Milkha Singh, Scott Barr, Lee Slattery and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano.
Singh victorious in Scotland
Jeev Milkha Singh defeated Francesco Molinari on the first playoff hole to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. Tom Abbott brings you the final round action from the Castle Stuart Golf Links in Inverness, Scotland.
JM Singh dedicates record to recovering mother
Jeev Milkha Singh tied the course record of 8-under-par 64 at the DP World Tour Championship third round on Saturday, then dedicated it to his ailing mother.
Upstaging the leading men
Jeev Milkha Singh held off the Irish contingent that includes Darren Clarke and Rory McIlroy, carding an 8-under 63 to lead the Irish Open by two.Irish Open and plenty of Irish Major Champions in the field. 2010 US Open Champ, Graeme McDowell , struggling on day number one, birdied in 14; this is second at 15. That would lead to back-to-back birdies, but an inconsistent Thursday for GMac 1-over 72. How about Rory McIlroy? This years' US Open Champion and he had things going early. He was 4-under through 10, gave one back at 11, but missed the shot of the day at 14. At 129 yards out, he said he hooked the sand wedge about 30 or 40 yards. Some said it couldn't be done, but Rory showed it could. Unfortunately, he would miss that and double the last; he would open with the round of 70 1-under par. Now the most current Irish Major Champion, Darren Clarke , an Open champ from just 10 days ago. A lot going on in the past 2 weeks for Darren. He would birdie 16 and get to 1-under. This is second at 17. Wonderfully done by Darren so that would be back-to-back birdies. Clarke opens in 2-under par 69. The defending champ, Ross Fisher , who shot 61 a year ago, which was the course record, on fine form throughout the day. This is second at 14.
Jeev Singh Breaks into the Top-50 in Rankings
12/5/06 -- Jeev Milkha Singh won his second straight event on the Japan Golf Tour and that helped him move into the top 50 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking.