TAKE Solutions Masters 2018* (PGTI & Asian Tour Joint Sanctioned)

Dates 9 Aug - 12 Aug, 2018
Venue Karnataka Golf Association, Bengaluru
Prize Money US$ 3,50,000
Format Stroke Play

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TAKE Solutions Masters: Khalin Joshi, last year's runner-up, returns as one of the title favourites for this year's edition

TAKE Solutions Masters: TAKE's golf ambassadors such as Chiragh Kumar, SSP Chawrasia and Khalin Joshi will return for the second edition of the TAKE Solutions Masters

TAKE Solutions Masters: Top contenders Khalin Joshi, Chiragh Kumar, SSP Chawrasia and Scott Vincent pose with the TAKE Solutions Masters trophy

TAKE Solutions Masters: U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI, Srinivasan H R, Vice Chairman & MD, TAKE Solutions & Cho Minn Thant, COO, Asian Tour, were among the dignitaries who inaugurated the event on Wednesday

TAKE Solutions Masters: Om Prakash Chouhan shot a four-under-67 to be tied seventh along with Khalin Joshi on Day 1

TAKE Solutions Masters: Feroz Singh Garewal's five-under-66 was the best score among the Indians in Round 1, it placed him tied second, four behind leader Thammanoon Sriroj

TAKE Solutions Masters: Viraj Madappa's second round 65 lifted him to tied sixth

TAKE Solutions Masters: SSP Chawrasia's bogey-free 65 helped him close the second round in fifth place

TAKE Solutions Masters: Chikkarangappa fired a sensational seven-under-64 to be the highest-placed Indian in fourth at the halfway stage, he was six off the lead

TAKE Solutions Masters: SSP Chawrasia's 68 also saw him end Round 3 in tied sixth

TAKE Solutions Masters: Honey Baisoya struck a hole-in-one on the eighth during his third round of 66 to move into tied sixth

TAKE Solutions Masters: Chikkarangappa stayed in the hunt in the penultimate round thanks to a 68 that placed him tied fourth

TAKE Solutions Masters: Viraj Madappa fired an exceptional 66 on Day 3 to take a share of fourth place, he lies two off the lead

TAKE Solutions Masters: Khalin Joshi produced a special seven-under-64 on his birthday to rise to tied second in Round 3, he trailed the leader Miguel Carballo of Argentina by one shot

TAKE Solutions Masters: SSP Chawrasia too shot a last round of 70 to take a share of sixth

TAKE Solutions Masters: Honey Baisoya was among the three Indians who finished in tied sixth, he returned a final round of 70

TAKE Solutions Masters: Khalin Joshi slipped from overnight tied second to tied sixth as a result of his 72 in Round 4

TAKE Solutions Masters: Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa became the youngest Indian international winner after his 67 in Round 4 saw him prevail by 2 shots; 3rd Indian rookie to win on Asian Tour

TAKE Solutions Masters: Champion Viraj Madappa receives the trophy from Mr. Srinivasan H R, Vice Chairman & MD, TAKE Solutions