- Scott Savours Third Victory at Barclays Singapore Open
- Third win for Scott at Barclays Singapore Open
- Impressive Kang finishes top Asian
- Scott to continue Barclays Singapore Open battle on Monday
- Monday finish for Barclays Singapore Open
- Boxing clever during rain break
- Kang Makes a Bang
- Yang’s Houdini act
- Scott A favourite at 'Green' Singapore Open
- Scott Stays In The Hunt at Barclays Singapore Open
- Mickelson Falls Away In Third Round
- Family man Singh in the frame
- Rankings boost for "Asia’s Major"
- Scott Storms Ahead at Barclays Singapore Open
- Morning delight for Barr, Karlberg
- Talk about horses for courses
- President Clinton visits Singapore for Barclays Forum
- Garrido Flirts With Fabled 59
- Kim Seizes His Opportunity
- Young Guns Kim and Wood Take Clubhouse Lead
- Rain delay offers Yang breathing space
- Tweeting with the stars
- Mickelson Hopes to Get Things Right
- Oh, what an experience
- Bright Future for Noh, says Yang
- Groups to follow in the opening rounds
- White-Hot Poulter
- Magical Molinari Seeks Asian Double
- History Maker Atwal Relishing Return to Singapore
- Colourful Poulter Back For Title Defence at Barclays Singapore Open
- Singh, Liang Relish Return to Happy Hunting Ground
- High-flying McDowell Joins 2010 Major Winners at Barclays Singapore Open
- Million Dollar Increase for Star Studded Barclays Singapore Open
- Barclays Extend Sponsorship
- Poulter Powers to Victory
- McDowell Banking on Barclays
- Poulter, Ichihara and Levet Lead
- Harrington Heaps Praise
- Daniel's Day at Sentosa
- Poulter in Position
- Padraig and Ernie Aim for Top Spot
Tweeting with the stars
Tweet, tweet, a little bird says that Sentosa Golf Club offers some of the most spectacular views in the world game as well as several of the most challenging holes.
The award-winning Serapong and Tanjong Courses are playing host to many of the biggest names of golf at the US$6 million Barclays Singapore Open and they have been quick to heap praise on the layouts.
Several of the players are frequent users of social networking service Twitter and are providing their followers with interesting insights to what is widely regarded as the ‘Major of Asia."
US Open champion Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland was awestruck with the views over the harbour from the Serapong Course.
"One of my favourite back drops in world golf!!! Playing golf in Singapore Harbour!!!!," he gushed.
Now that’s some compliment from a player who won his Major title at famed Pebble Beach and learned the game at Royal Portrush.
Just before he teed off on Thursday morning, McDowell gave his fans an update.
"Weather is a bit temperamental here in Singapore. There have been a few storms and it's very humid, but I am well up for it this week – ready to go," he wrote.
The flamboyant Ian Poulter has been giving glimpses of life on Tour to his million plus followers on Twitter.
He uploaded a picture of his all-white driver, which he will be using at the Barclays Singapore Open.
"Here is my new all White Cobra ZL Driver what do you think i love it," he wrote.
"There are no relflection problems from the sun. I tested it in Orlando it's perfect. They are making 500 pieces only. Be quick."
Asia’s first Major champion, Y.E. Yang of Korea, is also a regular on Twitter but this week it has been more of a health bulletin than a golf briefing.
Yang has had neck problems after sleeping in an awkward position a few nights ago.
"Neck sprain. Won't heal in time. Playing will be a tee off time decision. Hopefully I can play through and not disappoint anyone," Yang wrote ahead of his schedule 9.45am tee time on Thursday.
England’s Oliver Wilson quite clearly is loving his time in the Lion City.
"Singapore has to be the best place in the world to visit, bar none," he wrote.