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  • Sentosa, Singapore, 12 Mar 18

    Sharma extends lead in Asian Tour money list, moves up two spots to 64 in world ranking

    Indian hotshot Shubhankar Sharma extended his advantage at the top of the Asian Tour Habitat for Humanity Standings after capping a commendable tied-seventh place finish at the US$1.75 million Hero Indian Open on Sunday.
    The 21-year-old Sharma, who propelled into stardom with two victories over the last three months, had set a new course record at the DLF Golf and Country Club with a second round eight-under-par 64 before going on to cap his best result ever in his National Open
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  • Gurugram, Haryana, 11 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma slips on final day of Indian Open to finish tied seventh

    India’s Shubhankar Sharma fired his highest number of the week, a three-over-75, in round four of the US$ 1.75 million Hero Indian Open 2018, to drop dramatically from overnight tied first and end the tournament in tied seventh at four-under-284.

    Englishman Matt Wallace (69-70-70-68) defeated compatriot Andrew Johnston (72-66-73-66) in a playoff to lift the trophy after the two were tied at the top with matching totals of 11-under-277 at the end of the regulation 72 holes
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  • Gurugram, Haryana, 10 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma raises Indian hopes after grabbing a share of the lead in round three of Indian Open

    Shubhankar Sharma has shattered many a record since his first international win in South Africa late last year. The 21-year-old ranked no. 66 in the world, who ended round three of the Hero Indian Open 2018 in the joint lead, is now poised to become the first Indian to win three European Tour titles in one season
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  • Gurugram, Haryana, 09 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma’s phenomenal course record 64 propels him to second place, trails leader Emiliano Grillo by four

    Two-time European Tour winner and pre-tournament favourite Shubhankar Sharma continued his rich vein of form as he delivered a phenomenal course-record score of eight-under-64 in round two of the Hero Indian Open 2018 that propelled him to second place at seven-under-137.

    The 21-year-old European Tour Race to Dubai leader’s second round heroics at his home course, the DLF Golf & Country Club, placed him four shots behind leader Emiliano Grillo of Argentina.

    Khalin Joshi’s error-free four-under-68 ensured he was the second Indian in the top-10 on day two
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  • Gurugram, Haryana, 08 Mar 18

    Ajeetesh Sandhu’s classy 68 makes him best-placed Indian on Day 1 of Indian Open, lies three off the lead

    Ajeetesh Sandhu’s classy four-under-68 made him the best-placed Indian on day one of the Hero Indian Open 2018. Ajeetesh, a winner on the Asian Tour in 2017, ended the day three strokes behind the clubhouse leader Emiliano Grillo of Argentina.

    Sandhu was tied fifth in the clubhouse as 24 out of the total 144 golfers could not finish their rounds on Thursday due to fading light
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