Seung-yul Noh

Toy Box short shots: Senden's putter, more

John Senden used a new TaylorMade putter while contending on Tour; players are quickly turning to new Nike drivers and balls; plus more in this week's Toy Box short shots.

Korean standout Seung-yul Noh joins ISM

Seung-yul Noh, who recently signed a contract with Nike as well, will be represented by ISM, the agency announced Friday.

Notes: Noh takes first PGA Tour lead

Sean Foley's students had a nice day on Friday, with Tiger Woods first posting a 7-under 64, only to be outdone by Korean Seung-Yul Noh's 9-under 62.

Teen Noh leads Korea Open by five shots

South Korea teenager Seung-yul Noh shot a 1-under 70 Saturday for a five-stroke lead after the third round of the Korea Open.

Noh, Ishikawa clash in Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open

Korean standout Noh Seung-yul and Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa lock horns this week in an intriguing battle of Asian teen titans at the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open.

Noh keeps Korean flag flying high at PGA

Hopes of keeping the Wanamaker Trophy in Seoul remained alive on the second day of the weather-affected U.S. PGA Championship. But the identity of the man who is leading the South Korean charge is a surprise. It is neither defending champion Y.E. Yang nor K.J. Choi, a seven-time PGA Tour winner.

Korean teen Noh earns spot in PGA Championship

Noh Seung-yul has been extended a late exemption to the U.S. PGA Championship, the year’s final major.

No hiding Noh's Open disappointment

Rising Korean star Noh Seung-yul was kicking himself after battling to an even-par 72 in perfect scoring conditions in the first round of the Open Championship.

Korean teen Noh warrants attention at Open

Ryo Ishikawa may be all the rage at the 150th anniversary Open Championship. But there’s another Asian teenager who is increasingly attracting glances for the quality of his golf. At 19, Korean Noh Seung-yul already has achieved one notable feat that has so far proved beyond Japan’s Ishikawa – winning a European Tour title.

Noh, 18, wins Malaysian Open by a shot

South Korean teenager Seung-yul Noh birdied the final hole to win the Malaysian Open by one shot over countryman K.J. Choi on Sunday.

Seung-Yul Noh talks about his 9-under 62

Deutsche Bank leader Seung-Yul Noh talks about his sizzling round on Friday.

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