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  • Ahmedabad, 15 Jan 18

    Yashas Chandra wins Pre Qualifying III, twenty-five players qualify for Final Stage

    Mysuru-based amateur Yashas Chandra M S (64-70) won the PGTI’s Pre Qualifying III for the 2018 season as he topped the leaderboard at 10-under-134 at the end of the second and final round.
    A total of 25 players qualified from Pre Qualifying III for the Final Qualifying Stage as five players were tied in 21st position when the cut was declared at three-over-147 at the Kensville Golf & Country Club near Ahmedabad.

    Yashas Chandra’s second round of two-under-70 featured five birdies and three bogeys
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  • Rayong, Thailand, 14 Jan 18

    Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa earns full playing rights on the Asian Tour

    Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa, one of India’s most promising talents, finished tied 29th at the 2018 Asian Tour Qualifying School’s Final Stage to earn his maiden Asian Tour card in only his second season as a professional.

    Madappa (73-67-69-72-71), who became the 2017 PGTI Emerging Player of the Year after amassing the highest earnings among the rookies in the season, posted an even-par-71 in the fifth and final round of the Final Stage at the Rayong Green Valley Country Club in Thailand on Sunday to total three-under-352 for the week. He thus finished inside the top-35 and ties for the week to claim his Asian Tour card
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  • Ahmedabad, 14 Jan 18

    Yashas Chandra’s brilliant 64 gives him commanding lead in Pre Qualifying III

    Mysuru-based amateur Yashas Chandra M S struck a brilliant eight-under-64 to take a commanding four-shot lead in round one of the PGTI’s Pre Qualifying III for the 2018 season being held at the Kensville Golf & Country Club near Ahmedabad.
    Chandra sank nine birdies and dropped a lone bogey in the opening round on Sunday.

    The two golfers in tied second at four-under-68 were amateurs Dhruv Sheoran of Gurgaon and Stephan Erasmus of South Africa
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  • Shah Alam, Malaysia, 14 Jan 18

    Team Europe dominates Day 3 to retain the EurAsia Cup title, Indians Lahiri and Chawrasia lose their Singles matches

    Team Europe, captained by Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn, dominated the Singles matches to earn a hard-fought win over Team Asia with a 14-10 victory to retain the EurAsia Cup on Sunday.
    After trailing Team Asia over the last two days, Europe surmounted a gallant fightback to win eight out of 12 matches in the Singles format at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club.
    “It was a great performance today from every single one of them, they came off the golf course yesterday and there was a determination and a will of wanting to win this,” said Bjorn
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  • Rayong, Thailand, 13 Jan 18

    Himmat Rai & Viraj Madappa inch closer to earning their Asian Tour cards; Six Indians make the cut after round four of Asian Tour Q School Final Stage

    At the end of round four of the Asian Tour’s Qualifying School Final Stage in Thailand, six out of the total 11 Indians made the 72-hole cut which was set at two-over-286.

    Former Asian Tour winner Himmat Rai in tied 18th and 2017 PGTI Emerging Player of the Year Viraj Madappa in tied 24th were the best performers among the Indians after four rounds and thus inched closer to earning their full playing rights for 2018.  
    Among the 153 players who had made the 36-hole cut, a total of 78 progressed into the fifth and final round
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