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International Series Vietnam

04/13 – 04/16/2023

Asian Tour: International Series Vietnam 2023

KN Golf Links – Cam Ranh, Vietnam

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The International Series Vietnam in the season 2023 is being played in Cam Ranh, Vietnam at the KN Golf Links. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 13th of April and ends at the Sunday, 16th of April 2023.

The International Series Vietnam is part of the Asian Tour in the season 2023. In 2023 all players competing for a total prize money of $2.000.000.

The course for the tournament at KN Golf Links plays at Par 72.

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Interview with ceo asian tour cho minn thant   02:44, 24/04/2023.

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Where are you come from? And how did you come to golf?

My parents are from Myanmar, but I grew up in Australia and I’ve been living in Singapore for the last 17 years. I travel a lot. I played a lot of junior golf when I was in Australia. At one point in my life I wanted to be a professional golfer. I found out very early that I don’t want to play for living but I want to be in golf industry, so that I decided to complete my education in Australia. It was the time when Asian Tour was starting up – right place at the right time.

How did you come to the Asian Tour and become CEO?

I first join in Asian Tour in an event management. My first job in Asian Tour was to organize the qualifying school, I ran it for over three or four years. After that, I moved on to do some national open such as Brunei Open, Philippines Open... and then I progessed through to player defense, and then tour policy and then I became COO and CEO. So, my whole career is for Asia Tour.

Are you happy with your careers now?

Yes, it’s very fulfilling. Like I said when I started doing with qualifying school, every year I liked to see the players come from the qualifying school get on to the main tour, have a good year, and even win. Some of them have become popular names with audience now. It is really happy when see them come through from 14, 15, 16 years old and really grow.

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Can you tell us what is the special of Asian Tour in comparision to other Tours?

I think the last 2 years have been a rollercoaster. The Tour was doing fine, we were in a pretty good spot in 2019, but in 2020 everything turned upside-down with Covid. We were looking that we would have a strong season in 2020, but then we had to stop in March. Then through to 2021 and 2022, we don’t know what we’re going to do. So it’s really hard for us. As the CEO of the Asian Tour, I’ve seen the worst time of the Tour during the Covid pandemic. And right now I honestly can say it is the best time for Asian Tour because we are really growing.

Personally,  I’ve always had a good relationship with people in the Middle East, even though we weren’t sanctioning partner of  the Saudi International. When the Saudi showed the interested in the game of golf, they naturally wanted to work with the Asian Tour. But when they wanted to initially do their tournament, the European Tour was bigger than the Asian Tour, so they wanted to do a big event in Saudi Arabia. And the first thing they thought of was going to the European. Now they’ve been experienced in the golf industry for a while and they see themselves as Middle Eastern, but Middle Eastern meaning it’s a part of Asia. So, I built that relationship with the LIV Golf, and we as a tour with willing to change and adapt with what they wanted. Because we’re very young tour and a lot of the players on our tour are below the age of 26. The past 5 or 6 winners of Order of Merit were all been around 24 or 25 years old, Tom Kim was 17 years old. So that means we’re not really fixated on the past and we’re willing to grow. 

Our history is a lot shorter than the PGA Tour or European Tour. But we’re quite young so that we cant build our own tradition and history. And I think that’s what makes us different to the other Tours.

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How does LIV Golf related to Asian Tour?

LIV Golf is a big partner of us now. The International Series, which is the series of 10 events this year, last year it was 7 events, is a partnership with LIV Golf. They run their own LIV Golf League with 14 events all around the world, and that’s the pinnacle of their product which is in the top players playing the team concept with 25 million purse per tournament. It’s lucrative and very entertaining. But the Asian Tour is still a traditional to it. We’re a part of the World Golf Federation. And the way we work with LIV is they sponsor 10 of our tournaments, and the winner of that series get a ticket to play LIV next year, and then the next 30 guys on the Order of Merit list get to play in a qualifying tournament for 3 spots for LIV next season.  So there’s a connection where we provide a platform for our players to get on to the LIV circuit, but also the top players who play the LIV events – they’re only playing 14 times a year so they can comeback to the Asian Tour and play if they want to play more golf as well.

Is that meant that Asian Tour is no more having relationship with PGA Tour?

At the moment, we don’t do any consensioning with the PGA Tour or the European Tour. We still have a co-section with Japan and Australia. Unfortunately, we don’t have anything with South Africa like we used to.

What makes the International Series special?

Firstly, the investment is undeniable. The prized money of the International Series is very high compared to the regular season on the Asian Tour apart from the Saudi. The purse of 5 million dollars of the International Series is our highest level of golf tournament. Second is the quality of the golf course, the destination. And third is some of the top players from LIV Golf come here to play time to time, and we let all players around the world among top 300 to gather here as well. So that makes International Series is the strongest part of our tour.

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How do you select players for the International Series? We have criteria for the selection into the tournament. The top criteria is top 300 in the world accỏrding to the OWGR, after that we have invitations for major champions, players of Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup. Below that we have Asian Tour Order of Merit, then Asian Tour tournaments’ winners, top 60 from the Order of Merit, then qualifying school and domestic events’ winners.

How can the players join the International Series?

They have to be the member of Asian Tour if they are not in top 300 world ranking. No matter they come from Japan, Singapore or Australia, if they wish to join Asian Tour, they can pay for membership. Then if they earn enough money or points after each season, they can be full member of Asian Tour. I think a lot of professional golfers excited in Asian Tour than before. They can join for earning living by playing a lot of tour in Asia, Mid East and even Europe twice per year. And then prize fund also worth for them to try. It’s wonderful for Asia players to get the top of money. 

What are other advantages to join Asian Tour?

I think Asian Tour is always special because we travel together every week, about nearly 20 countries each year. All our players will travel, stay at the same hotel and eat the same place. We know each other’s even from difference culture. So it will less stressful for players. Many players when come to Asian Tour, they feel like to be back home. I think it’s our major difference.  Moreover, the expenses of accommodation, transportation and other service is much cheaper than Europe so players tend to be back to Asian Tour. Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia are also these nice and beautiful places with warm weather. So, I think the players love that.

Does the PGA Tour allow their players to join Asian Tour?

We don’t have a lot of crossovers between PGA Tour players and Asian Tour players as we quite separated. But as I know if the PGA Tour players want to play at Asian Tour event they need to seek the permission from the PGA Tour. And the Asian Tour events also not conflicting with others.  I don’t see any problem for the PGA Tour to come and play at the Asian Tour.

How can Vietnam be selected to the venue?

With the International Series, we want to travel around the world. So we want to move this product around the continent of Asia to visit places that don’t usually have a lot of golf. We had tournaments here before, but compared to others market like Singapore, Thailand or Hong Kong, Vietnam is still a new market and golf is peaking up here. Golf is spreading up here with a lot new golf course, golf tourism and industry is growing here. I think Vietnam will soon catch up with other countries in term of golf tourism because these golf courses here are very particular especially some place like Danang.

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How many percent of local golfer at the International Series? 

Whenever we go to destination for the International Series, we make sure there’s a portion of the field for the local golfers. In Vietnam, in the field of 156 golfers, we included 12 Vietnamese players. Other destinations are all the same, we make sure there are 10 to 12 local golfers in the field. That’s what local golfers need to experience the world stage, some of them could be very talented that we don’t know about because they don’t have the exposure. So hopefully with the domestic golfers on the International Series we can help them. As an event of International Series in Hong Kong, a Hong Kong golfer wins the trophy and it’s unbelievable. So, I hope Vietnam soon make it happen. 

What do you think about the future picture of the world golf?

My wish is that the PGA Tour, LIV Golf, European Tour and all other Tours can co-exist and there is one place for every player. Because LIV doesn’t tend to replicate either PGA Tour or European Tour, it’s a very entertaining format. So before anything takes away by Asian Tour, I love watching golf, playing golf and I watch the PGA Tour, Asian Tour, European Tour and LIV Golf. As a consumers of golf I like to have choices to do whatever I want, I can watch one Tour or every Tour. I want to see good golf on TV, I want to entertain. The professional industry is the entertainment business. I don’t think not everyone need to be best friend or need to work together like in other sports, top players can play everywhere for every tour. I think I want golf will be like.

What do you think about the KN golf course condition for this event?

I think we have all thing we need here. We have big club house, great restaurant, good accommodation and convenient airplane and transportation from hotel to the airport. Golf course condition is good. So International Series in Vietnam is very easy week for us. Because in fact in some destination we had to drive an hour away from airport to hotel and golf course as well. 

Will you continue to bring it back to Vietnam?

Actually, it depends on what our direction next year as I like to travel around. It could be Vietnam in two years next for at least. But even if we don’t have International Series here, we would like to have the ADT. It’s not like we organize a tournament and disappear. We want to have more tournament here, not just the International Series. We like to have our footprint in Vietnam!

Does Asian Tour have any plan in women’s golf?

At the moment, we have our hands full: recovering from COVID, hiring a lot of new staffs, and we have to travelling a lot more… so we don’t have enough time to catch up ladies golf as well as junior golf. When we settle down, we will think about it. 

Thank your for your sharing!

About Cho Minn Thant

Joining the Asian Tour in 2007, Cho has held numerous positions within the organization before assuming the role of Chief Operating Officer in October 2016. Three years later, he would be promoted to CEO. Working closely with the Chairman and Board of Directors, Cho is in charge of leading the strategic direction of the Asian Tour, with his primary responsibilities, since 2019, being the tournament schedule, commercial development and overall management of International Federation matters.

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On 1 February at the Saudi International, LIV Golf Investments, the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund-backed company headed by Greg Norman, along with the Asian Tour, unveiled details of 'The International Series' for 2022/23 , which features seven tournaments across Asia and Europe.

The venture, which was  first announced in November , sees a $300 million investment over 10 years. Debuting at Black Mountain Golf Club in Thailand, the first International Series event saw a $1.5 million purse before moving to Slaley Hall for its England debut in June. That tournament featured a $2m purse, with Scott Vincent emerging as the winner. Further events in the inaugural season are scheduled for Singapore and South Korea in August, before rounding up with tournaments in Vietnam, Indonesia, the Middle East, China and Hong Kong.

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Following the first two International Series events, it was announced in July that LIV Golf players are expected to play in various International Series tournaments next year. They'll do so in tournaments earmarked for Thailand, England, South Korea, Vietnam, the Middle East, Indonesia, China, Singaporean, Hong Kong and as-yet-unnamed locations across the Americas and Europe. This, of course, would take place the same year the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series becomes a fully fledged League . Interestingly, the International Series will become an integral part of that restructuring, with promotion from it one of the pathways to the League.

On the plans to expand the reach of the International Series and integrate it with the LIV Golf League, Norman said: “The International Series will attract new talent and offer unprecedented pathways that develop the next generation of stars. LIV Golf is committed to making sustainable investments that grow the game now and for the future, and we are proud to turn these dreams into a reality.”

After its initial announcement earlier in the year, Cho Minn Thant , Commissioner and CEO of the Asian Tour, stated that: “We are on the threshold of a new era for Asian golf. The International Series is a new upper-tier of elite events, the likes of which the region has not seen before. That will mark the start of a phenomenal period of growth for the Asian Tour. It also signifies the beginning of our relationship with our new strategic partner, LIV Golf Investments and its CEO, Greg Norman.

“Importantly, The International Series will add to the Asian Tour’s backbone of established events to comprise a 25-event season, expected to represent a record-breaking combined prize-fund. Each of the 10 events will be broadcast live across the globe, with plans to attract an international field of headline talent.”

With those plans to expand the global reach of the International Series in 2023, bring closer integration with the new LIV Golf League, and LIV Golf's decade-long commitment to investing in the Asian Tour, it seems likely that the Saudi-backed organisation's vision to 'holistically improve the health of professional golf on a truly global scale to help unlock the sports untapped worldwide potential' may soon come to fruition. What's more, the International Series looks like being an integral part of the plan.  

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Global star Paul Casey and one of Asia’s greatest golfing exports Kiradech Aphibarnrat from Thailand have confirmed they will compete in the inaugural International Series Vietnam – contributing to what will be the biggest and most lucrative golf tournament ever staged in Vietnam.

The US$2 million event will be played at the Greg Norman-designed KN Golf Links, Cam Rahn, on the south-central coast in just two weeks, from 13-16 April, and will be the fourth event on the International Series this season and the eighth stop on the Asian Tour.

International Series and Asian Tour Order of Merit (OOM) leader Andy Ogletree from the United States will also compete along with the three most recent winners on the Asian Tour: Wade Ormsby from Australia, Filipino Miguel Tabuena and Hong Kong’s Taichi Kho .

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Casey has been a regular visitor to Asia during his brilliant 23-year professional career and has won twice on the Asian Tour.

His two Asian Tour victories both came in China in 2005 at the TCL Classic and the Volvo China Open, adding to his portfolio of 21 wins on the international stage.

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Kiradech’s decision to play in Vietnam will come as no surprise as he has been very vocal about enjoying playing more regularly on the Asian Tour, his home Tour where he has tasted victory on three occasions and claimed the Asian Tour OOM in 2013.

The Thai star made a fine debut on the International Series last year finishing joint fifth in Morocco.

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The International Series was launched in 2022, through a partnership between the Asian Tour and LIV Golf, to create an elite level of events to develop the next generation of global stars and invigorate the game of golf in Asia, the Middle East and beyond.

Rahul Singh , Head of the International Series, explained: “The International Series Vietnam tournament is shaping up to be a fantastic event and with the commitment of Paul, Kiradech and our leading players it illustrates the quality of players that we are attracting from all corners of the world.

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“We have had an extremely positive start to the 2023 schedule welcoming new destinations in Oman, and Qatar. We are delighted to be taking the International Series to Vietnam for the first time and KN Golf Links will undoubtably provide a breathtaking venue for the tournament.”

While the addition of Ormsby, who won the International Series Thailand, Tabuena, The DGC Open presented by Mastercard champion, and Kho, who triumphed on Sunday in the World City Championship presented by the Hong Kong Golf Club is outstanding for the event so is the participation of Takumi Kanaya , who in February became the first player from Japan to win an International Series tournament at the International Series Oman. Vietnam will be his first Asian Tour start since then.

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FOUR INTERNATIONAL SERIES EVENTS PART OF ASIAN TOUR'S EARLY 2023 SCHEDULE

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Four International Series tournaments, including debut events in the Middle East and trips to Thailand and Vietnam, are included in the early portion of the  2023 Asian Tour schedule released Friday .

The 2023 season will mark the second year of the LIV Golf-supported International Series, the ground-breaking set of elevated events on the Asian Tour that recognizes and develops next-generation stars while providing playing opportunities for LIV Golf members. LIV Golf has made a sizable commitment to the International Series, with prize purses of $2 million or more for each tournament to help invigorate the game in Asia and the Middle East.

The International Series also offers a pathway to playing privileges at LIV Golf events. Zimbabwe’s Scott Vincent won the International Series Order of Merit in 2022 and  received an exemption to play in the upcoming 2023 LIV Golf League . Vincent and several others also played a full LIV schedule in 2022 thanks to their success in last year’s International Series events.

The 2023 Asian Tour season will open with its flagship event, the $5 million PIF Saudi International powered by Softbank Investment Advisers on Feb. 2-5. Royal Greens Golf and Country Club, site of the last regular-season event during the inaugural 2022 LIV Golf Invitational Series, is the tournament venue for the fifth consecutive year. The defending champion is current LIV Golf member Harold Varner III, who won in dramatic fashion with a 92-foot eagle putt on the final hole to beat Bubba Watson; the two eventually became teammates on Niblicks GC, with Watson the non-playing captain while recovering from knee surgery.

The first International Series tournament takes place the following week, Feb. 9-12 in Oman. The $2 million event will be held in Muscat at Al Mouj Golf, Oman’s first links-style course set along more than a mile of coastline along the Indian Ocean. The layout, designed by LIV Golf CEO and Commissioner Greg Norman, is considered the second-best course in the region, according to the Top 100 Golf Courses rankings. It will be the first International Series event ever held in the Middle East.

The International Series will remain in the Middle East for the event in Qatar, Feb. 16-19. The host course for the $2.5 million tournament is Doha Golf Club, among the oldest golf destinations in the region. Current LIV members Branden Grace, Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson have won professional events at Doha, which first hosted the Qatar Masters in 1998.

International Series Thailand will return to Black Mountain Golf Club on March 9-12. Located in the foothills outside the royal town of Hua Hin, Black Mountain has been voted as Thailand’s top course seven times and hosted its first professional event in 2009. Last year, it was the venue for the first of seven International Series events, with Sihwan Kim winning the title that helped lead to several LIV Golf starts.

A month later, International Series Vietnam will be played at KN Golf Links in Cam Ranh on April 13-16. The Norman-designed signature course, a links-style layout with views of the South China Sea, ranks among the best in Asia. It will be the first time in seven years that the Asian Tour has played in Vietnam.

A total of 10 International Series events will be part of the full 2023 Asian Tour schedule, with the remaining six in the series to be included in future announcements.

“The Asian Tour is absolutely thrilled with how the schedule looks,” Asian Tour Commissioner and CEO Cho Minn Thant said in Friday's news release. “It reaches a wide range of exciting destinations, offers extremely lucrative purses, world-class venues and a great balance of established and new events.”

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Note: Remainder of the 10-tournament International Series schedule will be announced at a later date.  Click here for first half of the 2023 Asian Tour schedule .

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  4. Asian Tour: International Series Vietnam 2023 Profile

    The asian tour stops in Vietnam this week. With Dominic Foos also a german golfer is competing for the title. The International Series Vietnam in the season 2023 is being played in Cam Ranh, Vietnam at the KN Golf Links. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 13th of April and ends at the Sunday, 16th of April 2023.

  5. Asian Tour

    International Series and Asian Tour Order of Merit (OOM) leader Andy Ogletree from the United States will also compete along with the three most recent winners on the Asian Tour: Wade Ormsby from Australia, Filipino Miguel Tabuena and Hong Kong's Taichi Kho. ... "The International Series Vietnam tournament is shaping up to be a fantastic ...

  6. International Series Vietnam leaderboard, live results, Golf Asian Tour

    International Series Vietnam leaderboard on Flashscore.ph offers live scores, results and International Series Vietnam tournament details. International Series Vietnam scores, leaderboard. Advertisement. Advertisement. ... Golf Asian Tour. International Series Vietnam. 2023. Summary Archive.

  7. Golf, Asian Tour: International Series Vietnam live results

    Asian Tour. Japan Tour. Sunshine Tour. Korn Ferry Tour. Champions Tour. Show more (9) Current Tournaments. Myrtle Beach Classic. ... International Series Vietnam live - follow International Series Vietnam live results, leaderboard and results archive on Livesport.com. Show more SOCCER. Premier League. LaLiga.

  8. International Series Vietnam 2023 opens in Khanh Hoa

    The Asia's premier golf tournament - International Series Vietnam 2023 - will take place in Cam Ranh, the south-central coastal province of Khanh Hoa, from April 13-16, marking its return to ...

  9. International Series Vietnam Scores

    Asian Tour. Japan Tour. Sunshine Tour. Korn Ferry Tour. Champions Tour. Show more (9) Current Tournaments. Houston Open. Hero Indian Open. ... International Series Vietnam live - follow International Series Vietnam live results, leaderboard and results archive on Livesport.com. Show more Football Today.

  10. Asian Tour: Casey and Kiradech to headline International Series Vietnam

    The Thai star made a fine debut on the International Series last year finishing joint fifth in Morocco. "The International Series Vietnam tournament is shaping up to be a fantastic event and ...

  11. Interview with CEO Asian Tour Cho Minn Thant

    CEO Asian Tour Cho Minn Thant at International Series Vietnam. How many percent of local golfer at the International Series? Whenever we go to destination for the International Series, we make sure there's a portion of the field for the local golfers. In Vietnam, in the field of 156 golfers, we included 12 Vietnamese players.

  12. The International Series

    published 9 August 2022. On 1 February at the Saudi International, LIV Golf Investments, the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund-backed company headed by Greg Norman, along with the Asian Tour, unveiled details of 'The International Series' for 2022/23, which features seven tournaments across Asia and Europe.

  13. Asian Tour

    2024 Asian Tour Qualifying School (Final Stage) Springfield Royal Country Club (C/B) & Lake View Resort and Golf Club (C & D Course) Thailand US$15,000 Kristoffer Broberg

  14. International Series Vietnam: Kieran Vincent adds to family's

    The Vincent brothers are quickly making a name for themselves on the Asian Tour, and Kieran added a second International Series title to the family's collection with an inspired performance in ...

  15. Casey and Kiradech primed for International Series Vietnam

    The International Series was launched in 2022, through a partnership between the Asian Tour and LIV Golf, to create an elite level of events to develop the next generation of global stars and ...

  16. International Series (golf)

    The series was unveiled in February 2022. It was confirmed that 10 events will be added alongside the Asian Tour schedule for the next 10 years, with each event featuring prize funds between US$ 1,500,000 and US$ 2,000,000. The investment was backed by LIV Golf. [1] The first event was played in March 2022 with the International Series Thailand.

  17. International Series Vietnam: Hong Kong's Cheung in hunt as China's Bai

    Bai's 64 set a new course record at the KN Golf Links in Cam Rahn, putting himself a shot clear of Korean Taehee Lee, India's Honey Baisoya and Lee Chieh-po from Taiwan, as the Asian Tour ...

  18. FOUR INTERNATIONAL EVENTS PART OF ASIAN TOUR'S SCHEDULE

    Four International Series tournaments, including debut events in the Middle East and trips to Thailand and Vietnam, are included in the early portion of the 2023 Asian Tour schedule released Friday. The 2023 season will mark the second year of the LIV Golf-supported International Series, the ground-breaking set of elevated events on the Asian ...

  19. Asian Tour

    The International Series to support people in need in Khan Hoa province, Vietnam. Published 15/04/2023 - 15:10:20. ... "We now have more funds available for scholarships for our students thanks to The International Series and the Asian Tour - this will help contribute to the process of cultivating talent in the province and building a ...

  20. Asian Tour

    Highlights of Day 4 from the 2023 International Series Vietnam at the KN Golf Links in Cam Ranh, Vietnam...

  21. Study Abroad Stories: Southeast Asia Edition

    Our last day in Vietnam was a really memorable experience. We were able to visit one of the most beautiful places in Southeast Asia, the Mekong Delta. This experience had multiple highlights, including a honey tasting, scenic boat rides, endless fresh fruit, and a lunch complete with the optional hammock nap.

  22. Asian Tour: Hong Kong's Taichi Kho happy for return to regular routine

    The 22-year-old is in Vietnam for the fourth leg of this season's International Series and spent Tuesday getting to know the KN Golf Links and working on his putting while taking plaudits from ...

  23. Asian Tour

    Kieran made it a unique brotherly double on the Asian Tour, when he claimed the International Series Vietnam in April 2023, just 10 months after his brother Scott won the International Series England. Later in 2023 he made it through the LIV Golf Promotions event to earn his place on the LIV Golf League with his brother.

  24. Headstart

    Watch Karen Davila's interviews with government officials and analysts on #ANCHeadstart (5 June 2024)

  25. Chinese businesses target Vietnam and Mexico as trade tensions with US rise

    As the US imports more from countries beyond China, Chinese businesses are also boosting exports to these countries. The total value of Chinese exports to Mexico and Thailand more than doubled to ...