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Asia Fights Back as First EurAsia Cup Ends in Tie

Asia Fights Back as First EurAsia Cup Ends in Tie
Team Asia made a sweeping comeback on Saturday to tie team Europe, 10-10, at the first EurAsia Cup in Kuala Lumpur.   The event looked to be all but settled going into the final day, with Europe needing just 3 ½ points to secure the win. But a final day push from team Asia proved too much as they stormed the final 10 single matches, earning an additional 7 points.   European captain Miguel Angel Jimenez and Dutchman Joost Luiten were able to obtain 2 points on Saturday, with an additional point split from two other matches. While his team didn’t earn an outright win, 50 year-old Jimenez seemed pleased with the overall outcome of the tournament.   “It's an amazing day of golf,” the Spanish.. ...

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