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Golf: EurAsia Cup second round results

Results on Friday after the second round four-some matches of the EurAsia Cup at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur: Team Europe 7 Team Asia 3 Miguel Angel Jimenez (ESP) and Pablo Larrazabal (ESP) halved with Thongchai Jaidee (THA) and Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA) Kim Hyung-Sung (KOR) and Prayad Marksaeng (THA) bt Thomas Bjorn (DEN) and Thorbjorn Olesen (DEN) 4 and 3 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (ESP) and Stephen Gallacher (SCO) halved with Koumei Oda (JPN) and Hideto Tanihara (JPN)

Golf: Europe dominate EurAsia Cup opening day

Team Europe took a huge step towards winning the inaugural EurAsia Cup Thursday when they crushed Asia 5-0 in the opening day four-ball matches of the Ryder Cup-styled event. European captain Miguel Angel Jimenez and fellow Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal gave them the perfect start by beating Team Asia leader Thongchai Jaidee and Kiradech Aphibarnrat 2 and 1 in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur. Three of the other five matches were as easily won by the Europeans at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club

Europe race to 5-0 lead in inaugural EurAsia Cup

(Reuters) - Captain Miguel Angel Jimenez and fellow Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal set the tone for the day in the opening match as Europe cruised to a 5-0 lead over Asia in the inaugural EurAsia Cup in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. The 50-year-old Jimenez led by example with two eagles and three birdies to help overcome Thai pair Thongchai Jaidee and Kiradech Aphibarnrat 2 & 1 as Europe dominated the fourballs section of the new biennial event, co-sanctioned by the European and Asian tours.

Golf: Thai Kiradech confident despite last-man status

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat, the reigning Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, is confident despite being the last man to qualify for the $9 million World Golf Championships Match Play Championship. Kiradech, ranked 67th, only qualified for the 64-man field for the first time because three of the world's top players -- world number one Tiger Woods, reigning British Open champion Phil Mickelson and reigning Masters champion Adam Scott -- decided to skip the tournament.

Golf: Thai Kiradech confident despite last-man status

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat, the reigning Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, is confident despite being the last man to qualify for the $9 million World Golf Championships Match Play Championship. Kiradech, ranked 67th, only qualified for the 64-man field for the first time because three of the world's top players -- world number one Tiger Woods, reigning British Open champion Phil Mickelson and reigning Masters champion Adam Scott -- decided to skip the tournament.

Golf: Volvo Golf Champions scores

Scores after the final round of the $4 million (2.94m euros) Volvo Golf Champions event on Sunday at the Durban Country Club (GBR & IRL unless stated, par 72): 276 - Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 68 69 71 68 277 - Branden Grace (RSA) 74 67 68 68 278 - Joost Luiten (NED) 70 67 70 71, Tommy Fleetwood 70 67 69 72 279 - Padraig Harrington 71 71 70 67, Raphael Jacquelin (FRA) 67 73 70 69, Victor Dubuisson (FRA) 69 69 69 72 281 - Thomas Aiken (RSA) 72 72 70 67, Julien Quesne (FRA) 74 73 66 68

Golf: Volvo Golf Champions scores

Scores after the final round of the $4 million (2.94m euros) Volvo Golf Champions event on Sunday at the Durban Country Club (GBR & IRL unless stated, par 72): 276 - Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 68 69 71 68 277 - Branden Grace (RSA) 74 67 68 68 278 - Joost Luiten (NED) 70 67 70 71, Tommy Fleetwood 70 67 69 72 279 - Padraig Harrington 71 71 70 67, Raphael Jacquelin (FRA) 67 73 70 69, Victor Dubuisson (FRA) 69 69 69 72 281 - Thomas Aiken (RSA) 72 72 70 67, Julien Quesne (FRA) 74 73 66 68

Golf: Royal Trophy Overall Score: Asia 5 Europe 3

Second day scores on Saturday in the seventh Royal Trophy between Asia and Europe at the Dragon Lake Golf Club: Fourballs Thongchai Jaidee/Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Asia) bt Stephen Gallacher/Paul Lawrie (Europe) 2 and 1 Liang Wenchong/Wu Ashun (Asia) halved with David Howell/Marc Warren (Europe) Ryo Ishikawa/Hiroyuki Fujita (Asia) lost to Bernd Wiesberger/Thorbjorn Olesen (Europe) 2 and 1 Kim Kyung-tae/Kim Hyung-sung (Asia) halved with Nicolas Colsaerts/Alvaro Quiros (Europe) Score: Asia 2 Europe 2

Golf: Thailand Golf Championship

Scores after the first round of the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship on Thursday at the Amata Spring Country Club. (par 72) 64 - Alex Cejka (GER) 65 - Justin Rose (ENG), Arnond Vongvanij (THA) 66 - Gaganjeet Bhullar (IND) 67 - Daniel Chopra (SWE), Sujjan Singh (IND) 68 - Charl Schwartzel (SA), Sergio Garcia (SPA), Mardan Mamat (SIN) Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA), Angelo Que (PHI), Masahiro Kawamura (JAP) 69 - Marcus Fraser (AUS), Thammanon Sriroj (THA)

Golf - Completed 2nd round scores - World Cup of Golf

Leading 2nd round completed scores - ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf, Royal Melbourne G C, Melbourne, Australia. Par 71; 6441 metres, 7046 yards. INDIVIDUAL 134 - Thomas Bjorn, Denmark 66-68 135 - Kevin Streelman USA 66-69 138 - Ricardo Santos, Portugal 69-69 138 - Jason Day, Australia 68-70 139 - Martin Laird, Scotland 67-72 139 - Stuart Manley, Wales 67-72 139 - Hideto Tanihara, Japan 72-67 139 - Matt Kuchar, USA 71-68 141 - Tony Lascuna, Philippines 70-71 141 - Oscar Fraustro, Mexico 74-67
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