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  • Koh Samui, Thailand, 18 Jun 17

    Rashid Khan finishes tied sixth at Queen's Cup

    India's Rashid Khan finished a creditable tied sixth at the Asian Tour's Queen's Cup in Thailand on Sunday.

    Rashid shot scores of 65, 70, 70 and 70 to end up with a tournament total of nine-under-275.

    Khan, who was the first round joint leader, fired a third successive one-under-70 to move up two places from his overnight eighth place
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  • New Delhi, 12 Jun 17

    Good mix of youth and experience dominates the PGTI Rankings

    There’s a good mix of youth and experience that dominates the PGTI Rankings midway through the 2017 season.

    If one was to glance through the current top-8 in the money list, it’s quite clear that while there are four seasoned pros right up there, such as Shamim Khan, Anura Rohana, Mukesh Kumar and Harendra Gupta, there are also four youngsters in the frame, namely Khalin Joshi, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Udayan Mane and Honey Baisoya, all in the age group of 20 to 28.

    While the rise of the youth brigade is a positive sign, the youngsters know that they will have to be at their best to topple the experienced lot who continue to assert themselves
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  • Dublin, Ohio, 04 Jun 17

    Lahiri posts career-best tied second on PGA Tour thanks to sizzling final round 65 at The Memorial Tournament

    Anirban Lahiri’s sensational seven-under-65 in the final round of The Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, earned him a career-best tied second finish on the PGA Tour.

    Lahiri got better with each round as he shot scores of 74, 70, 69 and 65. As a result, he also kept zooming up the leaderboard from tied 63rd to tied 40th to tied 27th to finally tied second at 10-under-278
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  • Malmo, Sweden, 02 Jun 17

    Chawrasia slips to tied 16th at Nordea Masters, Lahiri rises to tied 40th at The Memorial

    India's SSP Chawrasia slipped eight places to tied 16th at the European Tour's Nordea Masters in Sweden after he followed up his first round of two-under-71 with an even-par-73 in round two on Friday.

    Chawrasia, who won the European Tour's Indian Open earlier this year, totaled two-under-144 at the halfway stage and trailed the leader Jamie Donaldson of Wales by six shots.

    SSP's second round featured three birdies, a bogey and a double bogey
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  • New Delhi, 02 Jun 17

    Chawrasia & Kapur shine for India in first half of 2017

    If one was to take stock of the performances of Indian golfers at the international level so far in 2017, two names will stand out, SSP Chawrasia and Shiv Kapur.

    SSP Chawrasia, a winner of two titles last season, continued his golden run with a successful title defence at this year’s Indian Open where he bagged his fourth European Tour trophy after a thumping seven-shot win. The win at the European & Asian Tour joint sanctioned event has placed Chawrasia at an impressive second in the current Asian Tour Order of Merit
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