Tokyo, Japan, 01-08-2021
India’s Anirban Lahiri shot a one-over-72 in the fourth and final round of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics men’s golf event to end the week in tied 42nd place at a total score of five-under-279 at the Kasumigaseki Country Club on Sunday.
Lahiri (67-72-68-72), lying tied 28th at six-under-207, eight shots off the lead, after the penultimate round, dropped early bogeys on the second and fourth holes on Sunday. He managed to pull one shot back with a birdie on the ninth, but his up...
Tokyo, Japan, 31-07-2021
India’s Anirban Lahiri shot a three-under-68 in round three of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics men’s golf event to be placed tied 28th at a total score of six-under-207 at the Kasumigaseki Country Club on Saturday.
Lahiri (67-72-68) was lying tied 20th at a four-under total after completing 16 holes in round two when play was suspended due to bad weather on Friday. Anirban then came out this morning and ended his second round with a score of 72 to be placed tied 24th with his tota...
Tokyo, Japan, 30-07-2021
India’s Anirban Lahiri, who got off to a solid start with a four-under-67 in the first round of the Olympic Games men’s golf competition, had a mixed second day at the Kasumigaseki Country Club on Friday.
Lahiri, lying tied eighth and four off the lead after round one, dropped 12 places to tied 20th on day two after being even-par through 16 holes before play was suspended due to bad weather.
Anirban sank birdies on the sixth and 10th and bogeys on the second and 1...
Tokyo, Japan, 29-07-2021
Anirban Lahiri placed tied eighth in round one after a terrific opening round of four-under-67, lies four shots off the lead; Slow start for Udayan Mane with a 76
India’s Anirban Lahiri playing his second Olympic Games got off to a solid start with a four-under-67 in the first round of the Olympic Games men’s golf competition, which got underway at the Kasumigaseki Country Club on Thursday.
Lahiri, a former Asian Tour No. 1, fired six birdies against two bogeys to be placed tied eighth alongside Great Britain’s Paul Casey, Sweden’s Alex Noren and Mexico’s Sebastian Munoz at the end of day one.
Tokyo, Japan, 28-07-2021
Anirban Lahiri and Udayan Mane are not just fighting for an Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 medal in the men’s golf competition this week – they are desperate to put golf firmly on the map in their native India.
The Indian duo will carry their nation’s challenge at Kasumigaseki Country Club beginning on Thursday, knowing fully well an unprecedented medal in golf would do wonders in growing the sport and enticing greater support in their cricket-mad homeland.
Newport, Wales, 25-07-2021
Shubhankar Sharma (70-71-77-63) shot an immaculate eight-under-63, the best score of the final round, to finish tied 32nd at a total of three-under-281 at the Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale.
Shubhankar sank an eagle-two on the par-4 15th along with seven birdies and a bogey during his phenomenal last round of 63 at the European Tour event played at The Celtic Manor Resort.
Sharma, as a result of his final round exploits, jumped 34 spots on the leaderboard from his ov...
Newport, Wales, 23-07-2021
Shubhankar Sharma (70-71) totaled one-under-141 after round two of the Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale to be placed tied 21st.
Sharma shot a second round of even-par-71 to move up 11 spots from his overnight tied 32nd place at the European Tour event.
Shubhankar followed up his first round of one-under-70 with a mixed bag of a round on Friday that featured four birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey.
The halfway lead is held by Spaniard Nacho Elvira at a total of 1...
Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA, 19-07-2021
Anirban Lahiri’s Olympic preparations and FedExCup Playoff hopes receive a boost as he posts a season-best tied third finish at Barbasol Championship
Anirban Lahiri couldn’t have timed his season-best finish on the PGA Tour any better. The Indian star’s creditable tied third finish at the Barbasol Championship on Sunday serves as a morale-booster for him just ahead of his participation at the Tokyo Olympics, his next event.
Anirban (68-67-68-65), a former Asia No. 1, produced a stellar seven-under-65 in round four to finish tied third at a total of 20-under-268 for his best result on the PGA Tour in four years. He jum...
Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA, 18-07-2021
Anirban Lahiri (68-67-68) fired a third round of four-under-68 to be placed tied 18th at a total of 13-under-203 at the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship.
Anirban slipped eight spots from his overnight tied 10th at the Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky.
The Indian star now trails the leader, J.T. Poston of the United States, by six shots.
On Saturday, Lahiri sank an 11-feet eagle putt on the par-5 fifth hole and followed that up with f...
Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA, 17-07-2021
Lahiri shoots second round 67 to rise 22 spots to tied 10th at Barbasol Championship, lies four shots off the lead
India’s Anirban Lahiri sank a superb 28-foot birdie putt on his last hole on Friday to move to tied 10th position at the Barbasol Championship, four strokes behind leader J.T. Poston.
The lengthy conversion on the ninth to cap a 5-under 67 second round card made up for Thursday’s disappointment where he dropped a late double bogey which knocked him down the leaderboard at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville.
“Good change from yesterday,” he smil...
Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA, 16-07-2021
Anirban Lahiri was cruising on six-under for his round on day one of the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship until a late blemish where he found water with his approach shot into the 18th to drop a double-bogey.
Lahiri, who will be heading to the Tokyo Olympics later this month, enjoyed a hot streak around the turn, making three straight birdies from the eighth hole and then converting a 22-feet eagle putt on the 11th hole. His opening four-under-68 puts him in a share of 31st&...
Silvis, Illinois, USA, 07-07-2021
After the missed opportunities at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Anirban Lahiri wants to make sure he doesn’t repeat the same mistakes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Here are some extracts from his interview to the Indian media on Wednesday which was organized by the PGA Tour.
Q. You had sort of a big battle with COVID and it really traumatized you. At the same time before that also the form was kind of lean. Now you're on the road t...
Lausanne, Switzerland, 06-07-2021
Udayan Mane qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, joins Anirban Lahiri to make up two-member Indian men’s team
Leading Indian professional golfer Udayan Mane has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. The 30-year-old Mane thus joined good friend Anirban Lahiri as the second Indian in the 60-player field in the men’s golf event at Tokyo 2020.
The big-built Udayan, currently the second-highest ranked Indian in the world at 365, made the cut for his maiden Olympics after Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo announced his withdrawal from the quadrennial event on Thursday, June 24. As a result...
Co Kilkenny, Ireland, 04-07-2021
Gaganjeet Bhullar (71-68-70) produced a third round effort of two-under-70 at the European Tour's Dubai Duty Free Irish Open to move up 13 spots to tied 21st at seven-under-209.
The 33-year-old Bhullar, who has been struggling to find form in recent times having missed four of his last five cuts, has so far enjoyed a solid week at Thomastown in Co Kilkenny, Ireland, with three sub-par rounds.
On Saturday, Gaganjeet made gains with a round that featured six birdies and two boge...
Co Kilkenny, Ireland, 03-07-2021
By V Krishnaswamy
Gaganjeet Bhullar pulled in a flawless bogey free round of 4-under 68 to comfortably make the cut at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in Kilkenny, Ireland. Bhullar, 71-68, is now 5-under 139 and Tied-34th, while his compatriot Shubhankar Sharma, who suffered a quadruple bogey in the first round, managed to recover from that disaster to add 67 to his first round 74 and also make the weekend rounds on the cut line.
Australian Lucas Herbert, 25, continued...
Lausanne, Switzerland, 22-06-2021
Anirban Lahiri has earned a berth to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics as he was placed 60th in the Final Olympic Golf Rankings list which was published today.
Lahiri, a former Asia No. 1 and two-time winner on the European Tour, will thus be playing his second successive Olympic Games. Anirban, a PGA Tour regular, had previously turned out for India along with SSP Chawrasia at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The men’s golf event in Tokyo will feature 60 players and will be played at t...
Ridgeland, South Carolina, USA, 14-06-2021
Anirban Lahiri's (69-73-70-67) top-notch final round of four-under-67 propelled him 20 spots from his overnight tied 45th and helped him finish in tied 25th place at a total of five-under-279 at the PGA Tour's Palmetto Championship at Congaree.
Lahiri's last round featured six birdies and two bogeys. He was four-under through the front-nine and then added a birdie and bogey each on the back-nine.
Anirban thus moved up from 354 to 340 in the Official World...
Twenty-five-year-old Manu Gandas, who turned professional in 2015, has so far enjoyed his best season on the PGTI in 2020-21. In his 10 appearances in the current season, Manu, who hails from the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram, has clinched five top-10s and as a result occupies eighth place on the PGTI Order of Merit.
Gandas, one of India’s leading amateurs prior to turning professional, attributes his recent successful run to his much-improved iron-play, a changed mindse...
HimmerLand, Denmark, 30-05-2021
Shubhankar Sharma posts season-best tied eighth at European Tour's Made in HimmerLand after determined final round of 67
Shubhankar Sharma (70-69-65-67) posted a determined four-under-67 in round four of the Made in HimmerLand to secure his season-best finish of tied eighth on the European Tour.
Shubhankar, who was overnight tied 10th, ended the week with a total of 13-under-271. It was a second straight bogey-free round for Sharma who had a late surge on Sunday with all his four birdies coming on the back-nine, three of them on the last four holes.
The tournament was won by Austria's Bernd Wies...
Okayama, Japan, 30-05-2021
Rahil Gangjee (69-66-72) shot a final round of even-par-72 at the Gateway To The Open Mizuno Open in Okayama, Japan, to record his season-best finish of tied 10th on the Japan Golf Tour.
The 42-year-old Gangjee, who ended the week with a total of nine-under-207 at the 54-hole event, thus improved on his tied 11th finish last week.
Rahil has now moved up nine spots from 61st to 52nd position on the Japan Golf Tour's Order of Merit.
Gangjee, who began the last...
Okayama, Japan, 29-05-2021
Rahil Gangjee fires on all cylinders with a 66 in Round 2 to be tied third at the Gateway To The Open Mizuno Open in Japan
Rahil Gangjee (69-66) came out firing on all cylinders with a six-under-66 on an extremely windy day in round two, the penultimate round, of the Gateway To The Open Mizuno Open on the Japan Golf Tour.
The 42-year-old Rahil Gangjee, a former winner on the Japan Golf Tour and Asian Tour, thus moved up 25 spots to tied third at a total of nine-under-135, four shots off the lead. He came up with seven birdies and a bogey in round two including birdies on the last two holes. He sank s...
Gurugram, Haryana, 26-05-2021
Veer Ahlawat, a winner on the PGTI in 2019, has been a picture of consistency on the tour for the last few seasons.
The 6 foot 3 inch tall 25-year-old from the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram, first made an impression on the PGTI in his rookie season in 2016 when he posted four top-10s to claim 32nd place on the Order of Merit.
In the following seasons, Veer made rapid strides on the tour with top-20 finishes in the money list in 2017 and 2018 and a career-best 5th p...
Ibaraki, Japan, 23-05-2021
Rahil Gangjee capped his week at the Golf Partner Pro-Am Tournament in Ibaraki, Japan, with a spectacular five-under-65 in the final round. Gangjee, who finished tied 11th with a total of 17-under-263, thus registered the best result of his season on the Japan Golf Tour.
Rahil, playing his sixth event in Japan this year, shot scores of 65, 67, 66 and 65, to be placed inside the top-15 through the week at the Toride Kokusai Golf Club. He made six birdies and a bogey in...
Nagoya, Japan, 01-05-2021
Rahil Gangjee continues to be well-placed at The Crowns after a 70 in Round 2, lies tied ninth, three shots off the lead
Rahil Gangjee continued to be well-placed at The Crowns tournament on the Japan Golf Tour after his second round of even-par-70.
Gangjee (66-70) slipped five spots to tied ninth place on Saturday but was just three shots off the lead at a total of four-under-136.
Rahil made two birdies and two bogeys on the front-nine and made pars all through the back-nine.
Nagoya, Japan, 30-04-2021
Rahil Gangjee makes a terrific start at The Crowns with a four-under-66 to be placed tied fourth, two off the lead
India's Rahil Gangjee made a terrific start at The Crowns tournament on the Japan Golf Tour with an error-free first round of four-under-66.
Gangjee currently occupies tied fourth place and trails the leader Takumi Kanaya of Japan by two shots.
Rahil, a winner on the Japan Golf Tour three years back, sank two birdies each on the front-nine and back-nine on Friday to get off to a flying start at the Nagoya Golf Club.
Play was cancelled at The Crowns...
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 21-04-2021
Source: PGA Tour
India’s veteran golf star Arjun Atwal predicts his partnership with Thai ace Kiradech Aphibarnrat in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans will see them producing “awesome golf” as the duo seek to surprise the stars gathered at TPC Louisiana.
This week’s US$7.4 million PGA TOUR showpiece sees 80 two-man teams slugging it out under a different format as in a typical week, with Four-Ball being used in the first and third roun...
Atzenbrugg, Austria, 18-04-2021
India’s SSP Chawrasia (72-68-73-70) delivered a two-under-70 in the final round of the European Tour’s Austrian Golf Open at Atzenbrugg to register his season-best finish of tied 15th. Chawrasia, who slipped one spot from his overnight tied 14th, totaled five-under-283 for the week.
SSP, a six-time international winner, produced three birdies and a bogey on Sunday.
The tournament was won by American John Catlin who overcame Germany’s Maximilian Kieffer on...
Atzenbrugg, Austria, 17-04-2021
India’s SSP Chawrasia (72-68-73) struck a one-over-73 to drop nine spots to tied 14th place at a total score of three-under-213 in round three of the European Tour’s Austrian Golf Open at Atzenbrugg.
Chawrasia, a six-time international winner with four titles on the European Tour, came up with three birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey during his round. He trailed the joint leaders Alejandro Canizares of Spain and Martin Kaymer of Germany by six shots.
Atzenbrugg, Austria, 16-04-2021
Big gains for Indians in Austria, SSP moves into tied fifth, Shubhankar in tied 20th, Ajeetesh too makes the cut
Indian star golfer SSP Chawrasia (72-68) moved into tied fifth position at a total of four-under-140 after posting a four-under-68 in round two of the European Tour’s Austrian Golf Open at Atzenbrugg.
SSP, a four-time European Tour winner, still searching for his first win on European soil, thus climbed 26 spots from his overnight tied 31st position. The two-time Indian Open champion trailed the leader Alejandro Canizares of Spain by three shots.
Chawrasia, yet to regist...
Atzenbrugg, Austria, 14-04-2021
Picture: Gurbaaz Mann
Shubhankar Sharma resumes his European Tour campaign at this week’s Austrian Golf Open in Atzenbrugg near Vienna after a refreshing two-week break back home in India where he enjoyed a vacation at a quaint tea estate in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, along with friend and fellow professional Khalin Joshi.
Two-time European Tour winner Shubhankar, even though not at his best in recent months, has shown some spark early in the y...
Nagoya, Japan, 13-04-2021
Rahil Gangjee returns to play in Japan after nearly five months as he is all set to tee it up at this week’s Token Homemate Cup in Nagoya which begins on Thursday, April 15.
Rahil, who won the Panasonic Open Championship on the Japan Golf Tour three years back in April 2018, has been plying his trade in Japan ever since having earned full playing rights on the tour.
However, the 2020 season was hit by the Covid 19 pandemic and as a result two-time Asian Tour winner Gangj...
San Antonio, Texas, USA, 05-04-2021
Source: PGA Tour
India’s Anirban Lahiri could finally put a smile back on his face and breathe a sigh of relief after months of struggles on the golf course.
After knocking in a closing birdie on the last at TPC San Antonio, the 33-year-old signed for a 3-under 69 to post his best finish of the season on the PGA TOUR with a fifth place finish at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday. His 10-under 278 total was some eight shots behind winner Jordan Spieth but t...
San Antonio, Texas, USA, 04-04-2021
Source: PGA Tour
Anirban Lahiri, searching for his maiden PGA Tour title, fired a second straight three-under-69 in round three of the Valero Texas Open to make a gain of three spots and move up to fifth place at seven-under 209.
American Jordan Spieth and Englishman Matt Wallace share the lead at 12-under-204.
The 33-year-old Lahiri’s ball-striking stood out on a day he missed several putts from inside 12 feet. Anirban scored four birdies agains...
Udayan Mane reignites season with victory at Prometheus School presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021; Winner Mane likely to make a big push in the world rankings and Olympic qualification race
Pune’s Udayan Mane, who had been struggling to find his ‘A’ game since the resumption of the tour in November last year, finally reignited his season with a two-shot victory at the Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021 being played at the Golden Greens Golf Club in Gurugram.
The 30-year-old Mane clinched his 11th title on the PGTI after he totaled 14-under-274 to prevail by two strokes at the Rs. 30 lakh event. Udayan’s third title of...
Late flourish propels Udayan Mane into the third round lead at Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021
Pune-based Udayan Mane’s late flourish which saw him sink birdies on the last three holes propelled him into the third round lead at a total of 11-under-205 at the Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021 being played at the Golden Greens Golf Club in Gurugram.
The burly Mane, a 10-time winner on the PGTI, struck a second consecutive five-under-67 on Thursday, the day’s lowest round, to move up three spots from his overnight tied fourth position at...
Defending champion Chikkarangappa rises to the top with a 65 on day two of Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021
Defending champion Chikkarangappa S of Bengaluru carded a sublime seven-under-65, the day’s joint best score, to emerge as halfway leader at a total of nine-under-135 at the Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021 being played at the Golden Greens Golf Club in Gurugram.
Gurugram’s Tapy Ghai (67) and Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta (70) were in joint second place with totals of eight-under-136 at the Rs. 30 lakh event.
The cut was decl...
Ajeetesh Sandhu, Harendra Gupta and Honey Baisoya share first round lead at Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021
The Chandigarh duo of Ajeetesh Sandhu and Harendra Gupta along with Delhi’s Honey Baisoya were tied for the lead at six-under-66 in round one of the Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021 being played at the Golden Greens Golf Club in Gurugram.
Delhi-based Rashid Khan and Bengaluru’s Trishul Chinnappa occupied tied fourth place, one behind the lead, at five-under-67.
Asian Tour winner Ajeetesh Sandhu began the day with birdies on the f...
New Delhi, 15-03-2021
• Top names in the field include Rashid Khan, Udayan Mane, Chikkarangappa, Rahil Gangjee, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Viraj Madappa, Khalin Joshi, Karandeep Kochhar
• Tournament to have prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh
The TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) and Prometheus School, Noida, will be jointly staging the Prometheus School Presents Delhi-NCR Open Golf Championship 2021. The tourna...
Doha, Qatar, 14-03-2021
India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar posted an impressive tied second finish at the European Tour’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters after he produced a hard-fought two-under-69 in the final round on Sunday.
Bhullar (67-73-68-69), a 10-time international winner, totaled seven-under-277 for the week to be in a three-way tie for second place along with Italy’s Guido Migliozzi and South Africa’s Darren Fichardt, one shot behind eventual winner Antoine Rozner of France....
Resilient Om Prakash Chouhan dominates final day’s proceedings, makes up for last week’s heartbreak with massive four-shot victory at Glade One Masters 2021
Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow dominated the final day’s proceedings to win the Glade One Masters 2021 with a massive four-shot margin at 17-under-199. Chouhan shot a five-under-67 at the magnificent Glade One Golf Resort in Ahmedabad on Friday to make up for his heartbreaking loss on the PGTI last week.
Gurugram’s Manu Gandas took second place at 13-under-203 after firing a one-under-71 in the final round.
The unique format for the tournament was as follows. The first...
Om Prakash Chouhan produces super 64, Manu Gandas shoots determined 67, duo hold joint third round lead at Glade One Masters 2021
Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow produced a super eight-under-64 while Manu Gandas of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram, shot a determined five-under-67, as the duo held the joint third round lead at 12-under-132, three shots ahead of the rest, at the Glade One Masters 2021 being played at the Glade One Golf Resort in Ahmedabad.
Panchkula’s Angad Cheema also fired a brilliant seven-under-65 to lie third at nine-under-135.
Bengaluru’s Chikkarangappa, the winner on...
Young guns Manu Gandas and Yuvraj Singh Sandhu hogged the limelight in round two of the Glade One Masters 2021 being played at the Glade One Golf Resort in Ahmedabad. Both 24-year-olds, searching for their maiden wins on the PGTI, have been knocking on the doors of victory for some time now.
While Manu Gandas (35-30) of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram, produced a fiery bogey-free six-under-30 featuring five straight birdies to seize the halfway lead at seven-under-65, Yuvr...
The first ever professional round played at the magnificent Glade One Golf Resort saw the seasoned M Dharma of Bengaluru and Ahmedabad-based rookie Anshul Patel take the honours. Dharma and Patel shot scores of three-under-33 over nine holes to take the first round lead at the inaugural Glade One Masters.
The six players bunched together in tied third place with scores of two-under-34 were Delhi’s Honey Baisoya, Patna’s Aman Raj, Bengalureans Khalin Joshi and Trishul Chinn...
- TATA Steel PGTI to stage its first event at the magnificent Glade One Golf Resort
- Top names in the field include Udayan Mane, Viraj Madappa, Rashid Khan, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Chikkarangappa, Khalin Joshi, Karandeep Kochhar
- Tournament to have prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh
The TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (PGT...
Chikkarangappa’s solid final round 68 earns him remarkable come-from-behind win at Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism
Bengaluru’s Chikkarangappa took centre-stage on Friday as he shot a solid final round score of four-under-68 to earn a remarkable come-from-behind win at the Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism being played at the Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club in Ahmedabad.
The 27-year-old Chikka, a two-time winner on the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and an Asian Tour regular, ended the week at the Rs. 30 lakh event with a winning total score of nine-under-2...
Om Prakash Chouhan enjoys commanding five-shot lead despite his 73 in round three of Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism
Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow didn’t have the best of days on the golf course on Thursday but he still continued to enjoy a substantial lead for the third consecutive day at the Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism being played at the Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club in Ahmedabad.
The 34-year-old Chouhan, a five-time winner on the PGTI, returned a disappointing one-over-73 in round three which resulted in his overnight lead of seven being reduced t...
Om Prakash Chouhan stretches lead to a massive seven shots with a steady 69 in round two of Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism
After his enthralling nine-under-63 in round one, Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow had a relatively quieter second round of three-under-69 but still managed to stretch his lead to a massive seven shots as his total moved to 12-under-132 at the Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism being played at the Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club in Ahmedabad.
PGTI Order of Merit leader Karandeep Kochhar of Chandigarh and Gurugram-based Tapy Ghai were in joint second place...
Om Prakash Chouhan equals course record of 63 with his first round birdie blitz, takes three-shot lead at Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism
It was an eventful start to the year for the TATA Steel PGTI as a much leaner and fitter looking Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow, a five-time winner on the tour, went on a rampage to produce a course-record equaling nine-under-63 on day one of the Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 Presented by Gujarat Tourism.
The 34-year-old Chouhan’s flawless round gave him a handy three-shot lead at the Rs. 30 lakh event being held at the Kalhaar Blues & Gre...
TATA Steel PGTI begins 2021 with inaugural Gujarat Open Golf Championship Presented by Gujarat Tourism
- Tournament to have prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh
- Top names in the field include SSP Chawrasia, Rahil Gangjee, Rashid Khan, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Chikkarangappa, Viraj Madappa, Khalin Joshi, Udayan Mane, Karandeep Kochhar
- Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club to host event
The TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI)...
Gaganjeet Bhullar sees it home with a hard-fought 68 at TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020, records 10th PGTI win, first in nine years
Gaganjeet Bhullar saw it home with a hard-fought four-under-68 despite a bumpy ride on the final day of the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020 in Jamshedpur. Bhullar, who totaled an outstanding 24-under-264 for the week, thus collected his 10th trophy on the PGTI and first in nine years on the tour.
The final round of the Rs. 1.5 crore event was witness to an absorbing contest as Kapurthala’s Bhullar, Bengalureans Chikkarangappa and Khalin Joshi, Kolkata’s SSP Chawrasia a...
Three-way tie at the top between Bhullar, Chawrasia, Malik sets up final day thriller at TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020
A three-way tie at the top between Gaganjeet Bhullar, SSP Chawrasia and Amardeep Malik has nicely set up the final day of the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020 being played at the Beldih and Golmuri golf courses in Jamshedpur.
Kapurthala-based Bhullar and Kolkata’s Chawrasia, both winners on the European Tour and Asian Tour, as well as Noida’s Malik, a two-time winner on the PGTI, ended the penultimate day of the Rs. 1.5 crore event with matching totals of 20-under-196. Read More
Harendra Gupta takes route 63 to the top, enjoys one-shot halfway lead with second straight error-free round
Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta came up with a remarkable nine-under-63, his second straight bogey-free round, to make his way to the top of the leaderboard at 17-under-127 at the end of day two of the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020 being played at the Beldih and Golmuri golf courses in Jamshedpur.
Kolkata-based Indian star SSP Chawrasia, a three-time winner in Jamshedpur, fired the best round of the tournament so far, an astonishing 11-under-61, to move into second place at 16-u...
Bengaluru’s Chikkarangappa S struck a blistering 10-under-62 to take the first round lead at the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2020 being played at the Beldih and Golmuri golf courses in Jamshedpur.
Noida’s Amardeep Malik posted an impressive nine-under-63 to be placed second on day one of the Rs. 1.5 crore PGTI event.
Gurugram’s Manu Gandas, Delhi-based Kshitij Naveed Kaul and Arjun Prasad and Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta were all in tied third place...
The Tata Steel Group and PGTI will be hosting the Tata Steel Tour Championship at the Beldih and Golmuri golf courses in Jamshedpur from December 17 to December 20, 2020. The event offers a handsome prize purse of Rs 1.5 crore and will feature a field of 125 professionals.
The Tata Steel Tour Championship will be the seventh event of the 2020-21 Tata Steel PGTI season. The tournament will be a 72-hole stroke-play championship and there will be a cut applied after 36 holes. The Pro-A...
Local favourite Karandeep Kochhar prevails in playoff against Anirban Lahiri to fashion remarkable come-from-behind win at Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 Presented by TAKE Sports
Chandigarh’s Karandeep Kochhar fashioned a remarkable come-from-behind win at his home course, the Chandigarh Golf Club, after prevailing in the playoff against Indian star Anirban Lahiri thus lifting the trophy at the Rs. 1.5 crore Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 Presented by TAKE Sports. The tournament was decided in a playoff for the third year in succession.
Twenty-one-year-old local favourite Kochhar, who began the tournament with a disastrous four-over-76 to lie tied 7...
Anirban Lahiri and Karandeep Kochhar to continue playoff duel on Monday after being tied on first two extra holes
The Rs. 1.5 crore Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational Presented by TAKE Sports, in its third edition this year, continues to delight golf fans with pulsating finishes year after year at the revered Chandigarh Golf Club.
This year’s tournament has again produced a playoff like the two previous editions and to add to the drama the duel between Indian star and former Asia No. 1 Anirban Lahiri (70-68-70-69) and local favourite Karandeep Kochhar (76-66-67-68) has been extended into Monday...
Akshay Sharma continues as frontrunner with a 71 on day three, leader’s task cut out with strong contenders in chasing pack
Chandigarh’s Akshay Sharma capitalized on his familiarity with his home conditions once again as he managed to pull himself out of trouble on day three to continue as the frontrunner in the title race for the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 Presented by TAKE Sports.
Thirty-year-old Akshay, the overnight leader by one shot, carded a hard-fought one-under-71 on a day that witnessed swirling winds at the Chandigarh Golf Club to take his tournament total to 10-under-206, one ahe...
Local favourite Akshay Sharma, riding on the confidence of his win on the PGTI last month, came up with yet another top-notch performance, a four-under-68 in testing conditions at the Chandigarh Golf Club, to take the halfway lead at the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 Presented by TAKE Sports.
Thirty-year-old Akshay, thriving in home conditions, took his tournament tally to nine-under-135 to gain one spot from his overnight tied second at the Rs. 1.5 crore event.
Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi braved an injured wrist and some inconsistent putting to put up the first round’s best score of six-under-66 at the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 Presented by TAKE Sports.
The 28-year-old Khalin, a winner of four titles including one on the Asian Tour, had an eventful day as he sank two eagles, five birdies and three bogeys en route his 66 to take a one-shot lead at the Rs. 1.5 crore event being held at the Chandigarh Golf Club.
TAKE Sports and the TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) will be staging the third edition of the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational Presented by TAKE Sports at the esteemed Chandigarh Golf Club from December 3 – 6, 2020. The main event will be preceded by the Pro-Am event on December 2.
The tournament had been jointly launched by TAKE Sports and TATA Steel PGTI in 2018 as a gesture to honour Indian golfing legend Jeev Milkha Singh.
The much-anticipated to...