Louis Philippe Cup 2018* (PGTI & ADT Joint Sanctioned)

Dates 31 Jul - 3 Aug, 2018
Venue Prestige Golfshire, Bengaluru
Prize Money US$ 75,000 (Approx INR 50 Lacs)
Format Stroke Play

Tournament News

  • Bengaluru, 03 Aug 2018

    Rahil Gangjee saves best for last, equals course record en route victory at Louis Philippe Cup; Continues dream season with second international win of 2018

    - The two-time Asian Tour winner shot a stunning 63 to clinch the title on the final day
    - This is Rahil’s second title of the year after winning the Panasonic Open in Japan earlier  
    - It is also Rahil’s third win on the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI)
    - He also collects six World Ranking points in the process
     
    Two-time Asian Tour winner Rahil Gangjee of India, made a good year even better, by winning the USD 75000 Louis Philippe Cup at Bengaluru’s Prestige Golfshire Club on Friday. Beginning the final day of the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and PGTI co-sanctioned event in tied fifth position and four shots behind overnight leaders Udayan Mane and Rashid Khan, the Kolkata bred and Bengaluru based pro dished out a champagne performance, carding a stunning 7-under 63 for an overall score of 11-under 269, to win by three strokes and pocket the $ 13,125 winner’s cheque. His 63 on the day was also a course record which was set up India’s Udayan Mane and Argentine Miguel Carballo on the first day of the competition
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  • Bengaluru, 02 Aug 2018

    Mane and Rashid set to clash for Louis Philippe Cup title

    - Duo pull 4 strokes ahead of the field
    - Moving Day Three sees pre-tournament favourites spring back into contention
    - Udayan Mane and Rahil Gangjee only two golfers with sub-par rounds on all three days  
    - Tournament wide open as six strokes separate the top 10
    - Experienced finishers and proven winners in leading groups promise exciting final day
     
    Ahmedabad-based Udayan Mane, a six-time winner on the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) and currently ranked 85thon the Asian Tour Habitat for Humanity Rankings, regained top spot on the leaderboard, this time with two-time Asian Tour winner Rashid Khan for company, after he shot a 1-under 69 for a total of 9-under 201, at the end of day three of the Louis Philippe Cup. Bengaluru’s Prestige Golfshire Club is hosting the USD 75,000 Asian Development Tour (ADT) and PGTI co-sanctioned event. The duo of Udayan and Rashid are currently 4-shots clear of the field

    Udayan who had set a course record 63 on day one along with Miguel Carballo to jointly lead the field, had yielded the advantage to the Argentine, when he finished a stroke behind in second position at the end of day two
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  • Bengaluru, 01 Aug 2018

    Argentine Miguel Carballo leads the field after round two at the Louis Phillipe Cup; Indians Om Prakash Chouhan and Udayan Mane in tied second

    - Rain affected second day saw a 40 min stoppage of play
    - 51 players make cut taken at 2-over par 
    - 34 Indians (1 Amateur) and 17 foreigners make the cut
    - Indians Udayan Mane and Om Prakash Chouhan tied second

    Miguel Carballo of Argentina, battled through gusty winds and rain delays to take his quest for a first victory in Asia a step further, carding a solid round two score of 2-under par 68, to emerge sole halfway leader at the Louis Philippe Cup 2018, an Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) co-sanctioned event being hosted by Bengaluru’s Prestige Golfshire Club. He was overall 9-under 131 after 36 holes of golf. A total of 51 players made the halfway cut on Wednesday, which was taken on a score of 2-over par
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  • Bengaluru, 31 Jul 2018

    Udayan Mane and Miguel Carballo share round one honours at Louis Philippe Cup

    India’s Udayan Mane and former PGA Tour player Miguel Carballo of Argentina, shared top honours with identical rounds of 63 (7-under par), at the end of round one of the inaugural Louis Philippe Cup 2018, a USD 75000 Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) co-sanctioned event, which got underway in Bengaluru’s Prestige Golfshire Club course on Tuesday. 

    In overcast and windy conditions interrupted by light drizzles, the Ahmedabad-based Mane, a regular winner on the PGTI tour over the last couple of years, executed a stellar bogey free round sinking seven birdies on the second, fourth, seventh, ninth, 11th, 12thand 13thholes respectively. Argentine Carballo on the other hand, sank eight birdies on the day but his sole bogey on the tricky hole 16, meant he lost the chance to take an outright lead
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