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March 2004

Randhawa secures third appearance in Open Championship
Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Asian Tour star Jyoti Randhawa of India booked his third British Open appearance today when he shared medallist honours with Australian duo Kim Felton and former club professional Scott Barr in the International Final Qualifying – Asia..............
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Yates poised for Open Championship homecoming
Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Former downhill skier Simon Yates jumped onto the fast lane at the International Final Qualifying – Asia today, shooting a six-under-par 66 to take a big stride towards the British Open.........
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Karen Stupples joins the LET
Monday, March 29, 2004
England’s Karen Stupples has joined the Robe di Kappa Ladies European Tour this week after her recent record breaking win at the at the Welch/Fry’s Championship in Arizona on the LPGA Tour enabled her to file for membership............... Full Story

Els to defend Barclays Scottish Open title
Monday, March 29, 2004
Ernie Els has confirmed that he is to return to Loch Lomond Golf Club to defend his title at The 2004 Barclays Scottish Open, which takes place from July 8-11.........
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Mardan hopes to extend magical run at Open Championship International Final Qualifying
Monday, March 29, 2004
Singapore’s Mardan Mamat, fresh from victory in India, hopes to pop the champagne this week by winning a prized ticket to The Open Championship via the Asian route.........
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Asian Tour shock and disapointment at rival events
Tuesday, March 23, 2004
The Asian Tour today expressed shock and disappointment in the European Tour’s role in sanctioning a new rival series of golf events in Asia, saying that Europe has stepped well out of its boundary........
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PMG reorganises Asian Golf interests
Tuesday, March 23, 2004
Parallel Media Group PLC (PMG) the AIM listed Executive sports promotion group, has today announced the creation of a major new golfing series in Asia to be sanctioned by the PGA European Tour.........
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Montgomerie wins Caltex Masters
Sunday, March 21, 2004
Scotland's Colin Montgomerie shot a sparkling seven-under-par 65 to win the US$900,000 Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004 today to continue his love affair with events in Asia.........
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Fast track for Hanrahan in Caltex Masters
Saturday, March 20, 2004
American veteran Greg Hanrahan celebrated his 46th birthday in style today as he launched a full frontal assault at the Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004 today........
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Ladies European Tour appoint agronomist
Friday, March 19, 2004
The Ladies European Tour announced today the appointment of Julian Mooney as Tournament Agronomist........
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Mardan makes his move
Friday, March 19, 2004
Mardan Mamat raised hope of a potential famous home victory in the Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004 when he took the clubhouse lead with a second round four-under-par 68.......... Full Story

Lee leads in rain disrupted Caltex Masters
Thursday, March 18, 2004
Eddie Lee, a Korean-born New Zealander, was up from dawn till dusk today as he bolted into the lead at the weather-disrupted Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004.
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Caltex Masters Champion Zhang to tee up at US Masters
Thursday, March 18, 2004
China's Zhang Lian-wei, the defending champion at this week's Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg in Singapore, will become the first Chinese to tee it up in the Masters at the famed Augusta course after receiving a rare call-up into the elite field........ Full Story

Masterful Thongchai favourite for Caltex Masters
Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Colin Montgomerie has tipped in-form Thai star
Thongchai Jaidee to mount a strong challenge at the US$900,000 Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004 which starts on Thursday.........
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West Virginia announces partnership with PGA Tour
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
West Virginia Governor, Bob Wise and the PGA TOUR announced that West Virginia will host a new $600,000 Nationwide Tour event at the Pete Dye Golf Club in Harrison County from 12th – 18th July, 2004........ Full Story

Record win for Karen Stupples
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
England’s Karen Stupples won the Welchs/Fry Championship in Tuscon, Arizona, her first LPGA title, in record style. Her 22 under par total of 258 is the lowest four-round total ever recorded in an LPGA event...... Full Story

Zhang bids for Caltex repeat with America in mind
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Zhang Lian-wei is hoping a successful title defence of the Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004 this week will be the launch pad to his American dream.......
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Monday, March 8, 2004
Europe's talented band of Tour winners will be showcased at the US$900,000 Caltex Masters Presented by Carlsberg, Singapore 2004,with no fewer than 30 champions challenging for honours next week........
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Monday, March 8, 2004
England’s Laura Davies returned to Concord GC on Monday morning and quickly went about her business, eventually cruising to victory in the AAMI Women’s Australian Open...... Full Story

Friday, March 5, 2004
England’s Laura Davies is on course to continue her run of a victory in every year of her career as she takes a four shot lead after 36 holes of the $550,000 AAMI Women’s Australian Open at Concord GC in Sydney........
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Final Field Confirmed for Abu Dhabi World Sand Golf Championships
Thursday, March 4, 2004
Leading Tour pro’s from all four corners of the planet descend upon the Abu Dhabi desert for a unique golfing experience in the sand........ Full Story

Wednesday, March 3, 2004
Concord Golf Club, in the leafy suburbs of Sydney, will provide a tough examination for the 156 competitors at this week’s $Aus550,000 AAMI Women’s Australian Open where some of the world’s top women players will battle it out for the Patricia Bridges trophy and the $Aus 73,500 first prize..............
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Sorenstam wins in Australia
Monday, March 1, 2004
Annika Sorenstam won her first European Tour event of the 2004 season in style by clinching her third ANZ Ladies' Masters - just ahead of England's Karen Stupples - in Australia.
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