Credit: Reuters/Russell Cheyne/Files Wed Oct 9, 2013 2:06pm IST REUTERS - South Korea's KJ Choi is aiming to become the first player to win the same Asian Tour event for three straight years when he tees off at this week's CJ Invitational. "I'm eyeing a third win in this event but obviously it won't be easy. No player has done it on the Asian Tour before and I hope to be the first," the 43-year-old, who hosts the $750,000 event in the city of Yeoju, said in an Asian Tour statement on Wednesday.
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The former leaders of the "Bike the Bridge" tour say they've turned to Tour de Troit to plan Sunday's international cycling event. The 20-mile international ride starts at southwest Detroit's Clark Park, crosses the bridge to Windsor, Ontario, and heads back to Michigan. Registration for this year's ride is closed because the 150-rider limit has been reached.
Not really PGA Tour operations chief Andy Pazder (PGA Tour) By David Wharton October 8, 2013, 9:01 a.m. The beginning is the end. Or, if you prefer, the end is the beginning. This week, the PGA Tour launches into its first wraparound schedule withsix fall tournaments that, technically, represent the start of the next golf season.