EurAsia Cup: Aphibarnrat impressed by captains
Kiradech Aphibarnrat talks about the play of captains Thongchai Jaidee and Miguel Angel Jimenez on Day 2 of foursomes play at the inaugural EurAsia Cup.
Golfing World: Kiradech Aphibarnrat player profile
Golfing World catches up with Kiradech Aphibarnrat, the 24-year-old who is taking the golfing world by storm.
Aphibarnrat defeats Bjorn at EurAsia Cup
Kiradech Aphibarnrat comments after defeating Thomas Bjorn in singles at the 2014 EurAsia Cup.
Golfing World: Inside the Eurasia Cup
Golfing World go behind the scenes and speak to the stars at the inaugural Eurasia Cup
Westwood, Colsaerts sharp at soggy Malaysian Open
Lee Westwood beat the stormy weather and the course, carding an opening 7-under 65 to grab the first-round lead at the weather-delayed Maybank Malaysian Open at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.in this opening round. Back to this morning and the sunshine and Louis Oosthuizen reckons at a score of 20-under par will be needed to win here. Well, he's got a lot of work to do he can do no better than an even par-72. Two birdies and two bogeys, this is one of them at the third, his 12th. It was also a 72 for Thongchai Jaidee another of the favorites this week. A birdie at first, has 10. One of six, but he also had four bogeys and a double to day. Tio Manassero, again, among the later starters playing very confidently, though. The Italian may have missed the cut at the Masters, but he's a former champion here. Loves the golf course. Out at 30 feet for 3-under par. Well, the two men out in front are team mates in the European Ryder Cup. Played at Medinah two years ago. Nicolas Colsaerts, who's been struggling a little bit on the PGA tour so far in 2014. Back to his best form today. Lovely tee shot at the four. His back nine, two halves of 33 and a 66 for the Belgian. He's one behind Lee Westwoods, who leads late on on the first day. And after two very good weeks on the PGA tour , particularly in the Masters where he finished top ten, Westwood was very patient today. Finished with four birdies in those last five
What's in the Bag: Woods, Recari, Allen
Take a look inside the bags of last week's winners on their respective tours: Tiger Woods, Beatriz Recari, Michael Allen, Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Edward Loar.
Aphibarnrat wins in Malaysia
Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat claimed his maiden victory on the European Tour by shooting a final round 70 to win the Maybank Malaysian Open by 1 at 13 under par. Steve Burkowski brings you all of the exciting day 4 action from Kuala Lumpur.for bogey. It would be good enough for his first career, a European tour title. How about the 23-year-old? Rounds of 65, 68 and 70, good enough for the 1 shot victory over Edoardo Molinari. Anders Hansen on final round 66, 2 off the pace. You see Schwartzel there. Never really factor it on the back 9, tied for 4th. Harrington among those at 9-under par, 4 shots, off the lead and then win of Aphibarnrat. But European Tour coverage continues on Golf Channel Thursday morning, 9:30 a.m. eastern. We go to Morocco, first round action of Trophy Hassan II comes