Khalin Joshi finishes tied 15th at CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters Shiv Kapur is tied 31st at Volvo China Open
Jakarta, Indonesia 26 Apr 15
Khalin Joshi (71-76-68-73) signed a card of one-over-73 in the final round of the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters, an Asian Tour event, to secure tied 15th place at even-par-288. Joshi, who shot a 68 in round three, slipped nine places from his overnight tied sixth position.
Rashid Khan was the next best Indian in tied 35th place at five-over-293.
The Indian trio of Angad Cheema, Abhijit Singh Chadha and Chiragh Kumar ended tied 55th at 11-over-299 Read More>>
Surya Nepal Masters 2015 postponed
New Delhi 25 Apr 15
We regret to inform you that as a result of the high-intensity earthquake that struck Nepal this morning, the PGTI, NPGA, NGA and the sponsors, have decided to postpone the Surya Nepal Masters 2015 golf tournament which was scheduled to be held at the Gokarna Golf Resort in Kathmandu, Nepal, from April 29 to May 2.
The earthquake has caused widespread damage to life and property across Nepal, especially in Kathmandu. We at the PGTI extend our heart-felt condolences to all those who have lost their near and dear ones in this massive tragedy.
In the prevailing circumstances, the PGTI, NPGA, NGA and the sponsors, deemed it fit to reschedule the Surya Nepal Masters to a later date Read More>>
Shiv Kapur tied 15th at halfway stage of Volvo China Open Khalin Joshi tied 21st at CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters
Shanghai, China 24 Apr 15
Shiv Kapur (70-72) was placed tied 15th at two-under-142 after round two of the European Tour's Volvo China Open. Kapur slipped eight places from his overnight tied seventh after his second round of 72. He trailed the leader Julien Quesne of France by six shots.
SSP Chawrasia missed the halfway cut of two-over-146 by two shots Read More>>
Abhijit Singh Chadha fires an ace en route a brilliant five-under-67 on opening day for share of third place at CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters, lies one off the lead Shiv Kapur makes impressive start at Volvo China Open
Jakarta, Indonesia 23 Apr 15
Indian rookie Abhijit Singh Chadha made a sensational hole-in-one on his way to a brilliant opening round of five-under-67 that placed him tied third at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters presented by Enjoy Jakarta Golf. Chadha was one shot adrift of the joint leaders Chan Shih-chang of Chinese Taipei and Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn at the US$750,000 Asian Tour event.
Singapore-based Australian Unho Park also posted a 67 to share third place with Chadha.
Abhijit, who secured his maiden Asian Tour card after finishing inside the top-40 at the Qualifying School in Thailand earlier this year, received a timely confidence-booster when he aced the 15th hole with his six-iron Read More>>