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ABHINAV LOHAN

  • Nationality: India
  • Home Course: DLF GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
  • Professional Since: 2011
  • Age: 31 years

Season history

Sr Date Tournament Status Pos Prize Money
1 11 Feb - 14 Feb,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Eagleton - The Golf Resort - - ₹ 0
2 12 Mar - 15 Mar,2020 Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 CUT 28 ₹ 29,850
3 04 Nov - 07 Nov,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Panchkula Golf Club CUT 52 ₹ 9,000
4 09 Nov - 12 Nov,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Chandigarh Golf Club CUT 10 ₹ 55,950
5 03 Dec - 06 Dec,2020 Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 presented by TAKE CUT 16 ₹ 2,10,750
6 17 Dec - 20 Dec,2020 Tata Steel Tour Championship 2020 CUT 21 ₹ 1,81,750
7 16 Feb - 19 Feb,2021 Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 presented by Gujarat Tourism CUT 9 ₹ 65,700
8 23 Feb - 26 Feb,2021 Glade One Masters 2021 CUT 3 ₹ 1,53,950
9 16 Mar - 19 Mar,2021 Prometheus School presents Delhi-NCR Open 2021 - - ₹ 0
₹ 7,06,950

About

 

 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

 

• Abhinav Lohan finished 13th on the Rolex Ranking in 2015 thanks to three top-10s during the season. His best finishes came at the Western India Oxford Masters (runner-up) and CG Open (tied third).

 

• Lohan delivered eight top-10s in the 2014 PGTI season to finish seventh in the Rolex Rankings. His best finish was joint runner-up at the McLeod Russel Tour Championship.

 

• Abhinav’s five top-10s on the PGTI in 2013 helped him finish 13th on the Rolex Rankings. He also finished runner-up at the PGTI Feeder Tour event at Faridabad for the third year running. 

 

• In 2012 Lohan had a runner-up finish at the PGTI Players Championship at Golden Greens Golf Club along with six other top-10s. He was 13th in the Rolex Rankings. He was runner-up at the Feeder Tour event at Faridabad.

 

• Lohan had two top-10s on the PGTI in 2011 along with a runner-up finish at the Feeder Tour event in Faridabad.

 

• He was one of India’s leading amateurs prior to turning professional in 2011. He was part of the Indian team that won the silver medal at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games.