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  • Shanghai, 06-11-2015

    Chawrasia lies tied 37th at WGC-HSBC Champions, Lahiri slips to tied 61st

    India’s SSP Chawrasia (69-72) is confident of staging a weekend charge despite posting a second round even-par-72 at the WGC-HSBC Champions on Friday. Chawrasia is in tied 37th at three-under-141. He trails the leader American Kevin Kisner by 11 shots.

    The three-time Asian Tour winner struggled under windy conditions at the Sheshan International...
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  • New Delhi, 06-11-2015

    Chiragh Kumar on the rise in round two of Panasonic Open India

    India’s Chiragh Kumar came back strongly after a poor start at his home course, the Delhi Golf Club, on Friday, to be the halfway leader by three shots at the US$400,000 Panasonic Open India 2015. Chiragh’s two-day tally stood at an impressive 11-under-133 as a result of his second round of six-under-66, the day's best score.

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  • Shanghai, 05-11-2015

    Chawrasia, Lahiri off to steady starts in Shanghai

    The Indian duo of SSP Chawrasia and Anirban Lahiri were off to steady starts at the US$8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions on Thursday with rounds of three-under-69 and two-under-70 respectively. Branden Grace of South Africa led the field with a nine-under-63 total.

    SSP Chawrasia, a three-time Asian Tour winner, was sharp with his short game at the Sheshan...
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  • New Delhi, 05-11-2015

    Perera takes the honours in round 1, Chiragh in tied second at Panasonic Open India 2015

    PGTI members Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka and India's Chiragh Kumar hogged the limelight in round one of the fifth edition of the US$400,000 Panasonic Open India on Thursday. While Perera brought home the day's best card of six-under-66 to take the lead, Delhi boy Chiragh posted a five-under-67 at his home course to be tied second along with Sattaya Supupramai of Thailand.

    Mithun Perera, who has five wins on the P...

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  • New Delhi, 04-11-2015

    HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR SIDDIKUR, DIGVIJAY AND CHIKKA AT THE PANASONIC OPEN INDIA

    The Panasonic Open India week will be one of high expectations for PGTI members Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh and Indians Digvijay Singh and Chikkarangappa S. 

    Siddikur begins the week as one of the pre-tournament favourites thanks to his enviable record at the Delhi Golf Club.
     
  • New Delhi, 04-11-2015

    Panasonic Open India 2015 – Stats and Star Groupings

    Here’s a look at some interesting statistics relating to the fifth edition of the Panasonic Open India along with the star groupings for Round 1:
      
     
    • The tournament is a truly global event with a total of 126 players representing 24 nationalities and 5 continents
  • New Delhi, 03-11-2015

    Panasonic Open India - Preview Quotes

    Here is what three of the top contenders – Rahil Gangjee, Chiragh Kumar and Mithun Perera – had to say before the start of the Panasonic Open India 2015


    Rahil Gangjee (Ind)
     
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  • New Delhi, 03-11-2015

    ASIAN TOUR AND INDIAN STARS AIM FOR PANASONIC OPEN INDIA GLORY

    The Asian Tour luminaries and Indian stalwarts will aim to win the fifth edition of the Panasonic Open India, which has been a launch pad for players since its inauguration in 2011.
     
    The Panasonic Open India which will offer US$400,000 this year, an increase of US$100,000 from past editions, has attracted some of the leading players from the region who...
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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 01-11-2015

    Creditable tied 21st finish for Anirban Lahiri at CIMB Classic, Indian closes in on Asian Tour Order of Merit crown

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    India’s Anirban Lahiri (70-67-67-70) has closed in on his first Asian Tour Order of Merit crown following his creditable tied 21st finish at the US$7 million CIMB Classic on Sunday.

    The 28-year-old Lahiri extended his lead in the money list over second-ranked Scott Hend of Australia to US$647,453 at the conclusion of the PGA Tour and...

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  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 31-10-2015

    Gritty Chikkarangappa retains TAKE Solutions India Masters title after surviving playoff scare from Shubhankar Sharma

    Bengaluru’s Chikkarangappa successfully defended his title at the US$120,000 TAKE Solutions India Masters 2015 with a gritty playoff victory at his home course Eagleton against Shubhankar Sharma of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, on Saturday.

    Chikka won with a birdie on the first playoff hole after he and Shubhankar had both finished the regulation 72 holes with matching scores of 25-under-263 a...

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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 30-10-2015

    Lahiri moves up to tied 21st after a 67 in round two of CIMB Classic

    Anirban Lahiri (70-67) of India is hoping for a big weekend charge at the lucrative US$7 million CIMB Classic after shooting a second round of five-under-67 on Friday.
     
    The current Asian Tour number one enjoyed a flying front nine with an impressive 31 before losing steam on his homeward nine with one bogey against a birdie on a humid day to finish on s...
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  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 30-10-2015

    Chikkarangappa & Shubhankar Sharma joint leaders in round three, head for final day showdown

    The Indian duo of Chikkarangappa S and Shubhankar Sharma holds the joint lead at 19-under-197 after round three of the US$120,000 TAKE Solutions India Masters 2015, an event joint sanctioned by the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI).

    While reigning champion Chikkarangappa of Bengaluru recorded a determined six-under-66 at his home course Eagleton on Friday, Shubhankar Sharma of the DLF...
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  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 29-10-2015

    Shubhankar Sharma moves to the top with a blistering 64

    Indians Shubhankar Sharma, Chikkarangappa and Himmat Singh Rai occupied the top-3 places at the halfway stage of the US$120,000 TAKE Solutions India Masters 2015, an event joint sanctioned by the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI).

    While Shubhankar Sharma of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, shot a blisterin...
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  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 28-10-2015

    Greg Moss goes birdie-hunting, blasts 10-under-62 for first round lead at TAKE Solutions India Masters

    American Greg Moss blasted an astonishing 10-under-62 to take a two-shot lead on the opening day of the US$120,000 TAKE Solutions India Masters 2015, an event jointly-sanctioned by the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI). Himmat Singh Rai of India ended the day in second place with an outstanding eight-under-64 at Eagleton – The Golf Village.

  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 27-10-2015

    CASEY, CHIKKA, KHALIN EYE TITLE AT TAKE SOLUTIONS INDIA MASTERS 2015

    American Casey O’Toole and Indians Chikkarangappa S and Khalin Joshi will be among the prominent names eyeing the title at the second edition of the TAKE Solutions India Masters, an event co-sanctioned by the Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), which will be staged at Eagleton – The Golf Village near Bengaluru, from October 28 - 31, 2015.

  • Eagleton - The Golf Village, Bengaluru, 26-10-2015

    Rashid Khan excited to return to happy hunting ground

    Delhi’s Rashid Khan will be leading India’s charge at the second edition of the TAKE Solutions India Masters, an Asian Development Tour (ADT) and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) co-sanctioned event, scheduled to be held at Eagleton – The Golf Village from October 28 to 31, 2015. The ADT, which was launched in 2010, is designed in the same structure as the Web.com Tour in America and the European Challenge Tour in Europe. The ADT...
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  • Hong Kong, 25-10-2015

    Lahiri secures tied seventh at UBS Hong Kong Open

    India's Anirban Lahiri secured tied seventh position at the UBS Hong Kong Open after posting a one-over-71 in the final round on Sunday. Anirban totalled 10-under-270 for the week.
     
    England's Justin Rose won the US$2 million event with a four-day total of 17-under-263.
     
  • Hong Kong, 24-10-2015

    Lahiri occupies third place after round three of UBS Hong Kong Open

    India’s Anirban Lahiri lurked closely in third place, four off the lead, after a sparking back-nine saw the Asian Tour Order of Merit leader surge up the leaderboard with a five-under-65 at the UBS Hong Kong Open. Anirban’s total score read 11-under-199. 

    England’s Justin Rose and Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard shared the thir...
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  • Oxford Golf Resort, Pune, 23-10-2015

    Udayan Mane cruises to eight-stroke victory at Western India Oxford Masters for second title in four weeks

    Rookie Udayan Mane has had a dream start to his professional career. On Friday, the 24-year-old from Bengaluru secured his second title in only his ninth professional event when he cruised to a comfortable eight-stroke victory at the inaugural Western India Oxford Masters at the Oxford Golf Resort in Pune. Mane shot a clinical four-under-68 in round four to take his tournament total to 19-under-269 and as a result claim his second title in a span o...
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  • Hong Kong, 22-10-2015

    Jeev shines on day one in Hong Kong, lies tied third, one behind leaders

    India's Jeev Milkha Singh showed his early captaincy form for the EurAsia Cup with a comfortable five-under-65 to grab a share of third place at the UBS Hong Kong Open on Thursday. Jeev trailed the joint leaders Chinese Taipei's Lu Wei-chih and Italy's Andrea Pavan by one shot.
     
    Rahil Gangjee was tied for sixth together with compatriot SSP Chawrasia at fo...
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  • Oxford Golf Resort, Pune, 22-10-2015

    Udayan Mane takes commanding six-shot lead in round three of Western India Oxford Masters

    Bengaluru-based rookie golfer Udayan Mane built a commanding six-shot lead in the penultimate round of the inaugural Western India Oxford Masters after he produced a brilliant five-under-67 at the Oxford Golf Resort on Thursday. Mane’s three-day total of 15-under-201 gave him the lead for the third successive day at the Rs. 30 lakh PGTI event. Sri Lankan Anura Rohana and Faridabad’s Abhinav Lohan were in tied second at nine-under-207.

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  • 21-10-2015

    LAHIRI WINS INAUGURAL ASIAN TOUR GOLFER OF THE MONTH

    The awards and accolades are coming thick and fast for India’s Anirban Lahiri this year. The Asian Tour recognized Lahiri’s phenomenal achievements in the recent past by awarding him the inaugural Asian Tour Golfer of the Month.
     
    The online voting contest to determine the monthly winner, engages golf fans as they vote for their favourite gol...
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  • Oxford Golf Resort, Pune, 21-10-2015

    Udayan Mane continues domination at Western India Oxford Masters, leads by three at halfway stage

    Bengaluru’s Udayan Mane continued his domination at the inaugural Western India Oxford Masters as he shot a determined three-under-69 in round two of the Rs. 30 lakh event at the Oxford Golf Resort in Pune to hold a three-shot lead at the halfway stage. Mane’s two-day total reads an impressive 10-under-134. Abhinav Lohan of Faridabad and Sri Lankan Anura Rohana are placed tied second at seven-under-137.
  • Oxford Golf Resort, Pune, 20-10-2015

    Udayan Mane enjoys early advantage at Western India Oxford Masters courtesy a super 65

    Rookie golfer Udayan Mane of Bengaluru, fresh from his maiden title in Jaipur three weeks back, continued his rich vein of form in the opening round of the inaugural Western India Oxford Masters with a superb seven-under-65 to take a two-shot lead. Delhi’s Vinod Kumar was second at five-under-67 on day one of the Rs. 30 lakh event at the Oxford Golf Resort.

  • Pune, 19-10-2015

    Digvijay Singh's team wins the Pro-Am event of Western India Oxford Masters 2015

    The Pro-Am event of the Western India Oxford Masters 2015 played at the Oxford Golf Resort on Sunday was won by professional Digvijay Singh’s team.

    The Pro-Am was played in the Texas Scramble format where the team’s best ball was chosen on every shot including the putting green. After the best ball was chosen all other players were to place...
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  • Pune, 19-10-2015

    TOP NAMES IN INDIAN GOLF TO LIGHT UP WESTERN INDIA OXFORD MASTERS

    With a view to giving talent in Western India chances to compete with the country’s top professional golfers, the Oxford Golf Resort announced a new annual tournament offering Rs 30 lacs prize money, to be held at the Oxford Golf Resort at Pune from October 18 to 23rd. 

    This will be a full field Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) sanctio...
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  • Pune, 19-10-2015

    WESTERN INDIA OXFORD MASTERS ANNOUNCED

    With a view to giving talent in Western India chances to compete with the country’s top professional golfers, the Oxford Golf Resort announced a new annual tournament offering Rs 30 lacs prize money, to be held at the Oxford Golf Resort at Pune from October 20th to 23rd. 

    This will be a full field Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI)...
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  • Macau, 18-10-2015

    ANIRBAN LAHIRI AND CHIRAGH KUMAR ARE JOINT RUNNERS-UP AT VENETIAN MACAU OPEN

    The Indian duo of Anirban Lahiri and Chiragh Kumar were joint runners-up at the Venetian Macau Open as they finished three shots behind champion Scott Hend of Australia. Lahiri, the 2014 champion, fired a final round five-under-66, while Chiragh went one better in round four with a six-under-65. The two Indians totalled 17-under-267 for the week at the US$1 million Asian Tour event. 
     
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  • Macau, 17-10-2015

    Anirban Lahiri trails leader Scott Hend by three in Macau, Chiragh Kumar & Rashid Khan also in the chasing pack

    Australian Scott Hend soared on the wings of two eagles to shoot a seven-under-par 64 and open up a three-shot lead over defending champion Anirban Lahiri of India after the third round of the Venetian Macao Open on Saturday.
     
    Big-hitting Hend eagled the par five second and 18th holes, the last with a lengthy 30-foot putt, at the Macau Golf and Country...
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  • Macau, 16-10-2015

    Chiragh Kumar posts 66 to be joint second along with Anirban Lahiri in Macau

    India’s Chiragh Kumar (67-66) followed up his brilliant 67 in round one with an even better five-under-66 in round two to climb up from overnight tied eighth to tied second at the Venetian Macau Open. Chiragh was joined by defending champion and compatriot Anirban Lahiri (66-67) as well as Korea’s Jeunghun Wang and Brazilian Adilson Da Silva in tied second place at nine-under-133, one shot off the lead. 
  • Macau, 15-10-2015

    Defending champ Lahiri tied fourth in Macau, Siddikur is joint second

    Anirban Lahiri bounced back in style after a disappointing Presidents Cup debut as he delivered a five-birdie round to lie two back of the leader on the opening day of the Asian Tour’s Venetian Macau Open. Lahiri, the defending champion, was placed tied fourth.

    Thailand’s Thitiphun Chuayprakong eclipsed the stars with a flying seven-under-p...
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  • Taipei, 11-10-2015

    Chikkarangappa secures tied 10th at Yeangder Tournament Players Championship

    Chikkarangappa S (73-65-72) secured tied 10th at the Asian Tour's Yeangder Tournament Players Championship after posting a tournament total of six-under-210. He finished six shots behind winner Shaun Norris of South Africa.

    Chikka, who had fired a fantastic seven-under-65 in round two to climb 44 places to tied eighth, slipped by two places after his even-par-72 in round three on Sunday.

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  • Incheon, Korea, 11-10-2015

    LAHIRI CONFIDENT OF BOUNCING BACK AFTER DISAPPOINTING PRESIDENTS CUP DEBUT

    India’s Anirban Lahiri is confident of bouncing back despite a disappointing Presidents Cup debut.
     
    The current Asian Tour number one’s birdie putt agonisingly lipped out from three feet on the 18th hole which would have earned his International Team a half point with Chris Kirk on a dramatic final day singles session which saw the United St...
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  • Taipei, 10-10-2015

    Chikkarangappa & Bhullar lie tied eighth at Yeangder Tournament Players Championship

    The Indian duo of Chikkarangappa and Gaganjeet Bhullar were in tied eighth after round two of the Asian Tour's Yeangder Tournament Players Championship. Chikka (73-65) and Gaganjeet (69-69) totalled six-under-138 for the first two days to lie five shots behind the leader Miguel Tabuena of The Philippines.

    Chikka shot a sizzling seven-under-65 to leapfrog from overnight tied 52nd to tied eighth.

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  • Incheon, Korea, 10-10-2015

    LAHIRI RUES COLD PUTTER, EYES SINGLES REDEMPTION AT PRESIDENTS CUP

    India’s Anirban Lahiri is hoping to strike his putter hot when he takes on American Chris Kirk in Sunday’s Singles at the Presidents Cup.
     
    The current Asian Tour number one rued missed numerous birdie chances in his 3 & 2 loss with partner Adam Scott to Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson in Saturday afternoon’s Fourball session which...
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  • Mewat, Haryana, 10-10-2015

    Naman Dawar's team wins the Pro-Am event of BILT Open 2015

    The Pro-Am event of the BILT Open 2015 played at the Classic Golf & Country Club on Saturday was won by professional Naman Dawar’s team.

    The Pro-Am was played in the team scramble format where the team’s best ball was chosen on every shot including the putting green. After the best ball was chosen all other players were to place their b...
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  • Incheon, Korea, 09-10-2015

    TEAM INTERNATIONAL FIGHTS BACK ON DAY TWO AT PRESIDENTS CUP

    Korea’s Sangmoon Bae delivered when it mattered the most in his Presidents Cup debut on Friday.
     
    With his Fourball match with partner Danny Lee all square with Americans Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker heading into the 18th hole at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea, the local hero rolled in a 12-foot pressure-packed birdie putt to seal a vital 1-up...
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  • Mewat, Haryana, 09-10-2015

    Abhijit Singh Chadha canters home to five-stroke win at BILT Open for second professional title, leads Rolex Rankings

    Chandigarh’s Abhijit Singh Chadha bagged his second professional title after he cantered home to a five-stroke win at the BILT Open 2015. Chadha brought in a card of three-under-69 in the final round on Friday to end the week with a total of 16-under-272 at the Classic Golf & Country Club. Ajeetesh Sandhu, another Chandigarh golfer, who shot the day’s best of six-under-66, finished tied second along with Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow at 11-un...

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  • Taipei, 08-10-2015

    Khalin Joshi & Jeev Milkha Singh off to solid starts in Taipei & England

    India’s Khalin Joshi fired a four-under-68 to get off to a bright start at the Asian Tour’s Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Taipei. Joshi’s opening round exploits placed him tied third, one behind the joint leaders, the Taipei duo of Lin Wen-tang and Hung Chun-kang.

    Joshi made an awesome six birdies and two bogeys on day o...
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  • Incheon, Korea, 08-10-2015

    LAHIRI & THONGCHAI PAIRING LOSES TO FOWLER & WALKER ON PRESIDENTS CUP DEBUT

    Anirban Lahiri and Thongchai Jaidee endured a disappointing 5 & 4 Foursome Match defeat to Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker in their Presidents Cup debut as the United States romped to a commanding 4-1 lead after the opening day on Thursday.
     
    With Fowler rolling in three birdies in the opening four holes to go 3-up early on at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Ko...
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  • Mewat, Haryana, 08-10-2015

    Abhijit Singh Chadha powers ahead with day's best 65 in round three of BILT Open

    Chandigarh’s Abhijit Singh Chadha powered ahead by two shots in round three of the BILT Open 2015 after he shot the day’s best score of seven-under-65. Chadha thus took his total to an impressive 13-under-203 at the Classic Golf & Country Club on Thursday. C Muniyappa of Bengaluru was snapping at the leader’s heels at 11-under-205 after his third round of one-under-71.

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  • Mewat, Haryana, 07-10-2015

    Defending champ Rohana roars into contention with second round 65 at BILT Open, tied for the lead with Muniyappa

    Defending champion Anura Rohana of Sri Lanka carded a brilliant seven-under-65 in round two of the BILT Open 2015 to enjoy the joint lead with a two-round total of 10-under-134. C Muniyappa of Bengaluru produced a one-under-71 at the Classic Golf & Country Club on Wednesday to share the lead with Rohana at the Rs. 1 crore event. Delhi’s Arjun Singh and Kolkata’s Shankar Das were three off the lead in tied third.
  • Mewat, Haryana, 06-10-2015

    C Muniyappa storms into first round lead with a breathtaking nine-under-63 at BILT Open

    C Muniyappa of Bengaluru stormed into the lead in round one of the BILT Open 2015 with a breathtaking nine-under-63 at the Classic Golf & Country Club on Tuesday. Delhi’s Arjun Singh fired the next best round of six-under-66 to be placed second at the Rs. 1 crore event.

    C Muniyappa fired an astonishing 11 birdies against two bogeys on his way...
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  • 05-10-2015

    Anirban Lahiri secures PGA Tour card for 2016

    Anirban Lahiri, the blue-eyed boy of Indian golf, who will become the first Indian to play the Presidents Cup later this week, has added another feather to his cap. The 28-year-old has achieved the distinction of becoming the third Indian to secure a PGA Tour card. His card on the most lucrative golfing tour in the world was confirmed on Sunday in the Non-members 126-200 category after he claimed 16th place on the Web.com Tour Finals money list.
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  • Mewat, Haryana, 05-10-2015

    BILT and PGTI announce BILT Open 2015

    • BILT Open 2015 to carry total prize purse of Rs. 1 crore
    • BILT Open to be held at the Classic Golf & Country Club for the first time
    • Stellar line-up to include Shankar Das, Anura Rohana, Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar

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  • Taipei, 04-10-2015

    Rashid Khan claims tied third at Mercuries Taiwan Masters

    India’s Rashid Khan claimed tied third place at the US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday after finishing with a total of one-over-289 at the Asian Tour event. Rashid, who shot scores of 68, 70, 75 and 76 during the week, finished four shots behind the winner Danny Chia of Malaysia.

    Khan, who was overnight third, maintained his position o...
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  • Taipei, 02-10-2015

    Rashid Khan establishes one-shot lead in Taiwan

    Two-time Asian Tour winner Rashid Khan of India battled against the gusty wind to grab the halfway lead after signing for a two-under-par 70 at the US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Friday.

    The wiry 24-year-old overcame a double-bogey on the first with six birdies against two bogeys to stay one shot ahead of playing partner and overnight leader Da...
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  • Jaipur, 02-10-2015

    Udayan Mane secures maiden title in rookie season with resolute one-shot win in Jaipur

    Rookie Udayan Mane of the Eagleton Golf Resort, Bangalore, secured his maiden title in only his seventh professional event as he registered a memorable one-shot win at the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club in Jaipur. Mane shot a three-under-67 in round four to end the week with a total of 16-under-264. Kolkata’s Shankar Das, who carded a four-under-66 in the final round, finished runner-up at 15-under-265.

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  • Taipei, 01-10-2015

    Rashid Khan off to flying start in Taiwan, placed second, one off lead

    India’s Rashid Khan was off to a flying start at the US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Thursday as he shot a four-under-68 in round one to be placed second. Khan trailed the leader Danny Chia of Malaysia by one stroke at the Asian Tour event.

    PGTI member Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh returned with a 69 to grab a share of third place at the c...
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  • Jaipur, 01-10-2015

    Abhijit Singh Chadha maintains lead with a fighting 68, two clear at the top

    Chandigarh’s Abhijit Singh Chadha maintained his lead at the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club with a tenacious two-under-68 in round three to be two clear at the top at 15-under-195. Udayan Mane of Bangalore hung on to second place at 13-under-197 after firing a 67 on day three. Sujjan Singh, another Chandigarh golfer, fired a hole-in-one on the 11th during his round of 65 that propelled him to third place at 12-under-198.<...
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  • Jaipur, 30-09-2015

    Abhijit Singh Chadha surges ahead in round two at Rambagh

    Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh surged ahead by three shots in round two of the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club after a splendid five-under-65 that took his total to 13-under-127. Shankar Das of Kolkata and Bangalore’s Udayan Mane were tied second at 10-under-130 having posted identical scores of one-under-69 on day two.

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  • 29-09-2015

    Indian golf legend Jeev Milkha Singh named Captain of Team Asia for next year's EurAsia Cup

    Indian golf legend Jeev Milkha Singh has been named Captain of Team Asia for the second edition of the EurAsia Cup slated to be held at Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia from January 15 to 17, 2016. Darren Clarke has been declared Captain of Team Europe.
     
    With Jeev, a former two-time Asian Tour number one from India, and N...
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  • Jaipur, 29-09-2015

    Shankar Das & Udayan Mane share the spoils on day one with matching 61s

    Kolkata’s Shankar Das, the reigning Rolex Rankings champion, and rookie Udayan Mane of Bangalore, began the second half of the 2015 PGTI season with outstanding scores of nine-under-61 to be the joint round one leaders at the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club in Jaipur. Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh struck an eight-under-62 to occupy third place.

    Shankar Das, who so far has just one top-10 from his...
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  • Jaipur, 28-09-2015

    PGTI returns to Jaipur with the PGTI Players Championship at Rambagh Golf Club

    The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) will stage the PGTI Players Championship at the Rambagh Golf Club, Jaipur, from September 29 – October 2, 2015. The tournament carries a prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh. 

    The field at the Rambagh Golf Club will consist of 120 professionals and six amateurs. The leading Indian professionals participating...
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  • Ibaraki, Japan, 27-09-2015

    Bhullar finishes tied 38th at Asia Pacific Open Mitsubishi Diamond Cup

    India's Gaganjeet Bhullar (72-70-71-69) shot a bogey-free one-under-69 to finish tied 38th at two-over-282 at the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour co-sanctioned Asia Pacific Open Mitsubishi Diamond Cup in Japan.  Korean K T Kim won the event with a nine-under-271 total.

    Rashid Khan (70-73-71-71), the other Indian to make the cut, carded a final round...
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  • Miaoli, Chinese Taipei, 26-09-2015

    Himmat Singh Rai in tied 17th after round three of Ballantine&#039;s Taiwan Championship

    India's Himmat Singh Rai (68-73-69) was in tied 17th after round three of the Asian Development Tour's Ballantine's Taiwan Championship. Rai's third round three-under-69 moved him up 25 positions from his overnight tied 42nd and took his total score to six-under-210. He trailed the leader Thammanoon Sriroj of Thailand by seven shots.

    At the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour co-sanctioned Asia Pa...

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  • Ibaraki, Japan, 24-09-2015

    Rashid Khan tied 26th on day one of Asia Pacific Open Mitsubishi Diamond Cup

    Rashid Khan carded an even-par-70 on day one of the Asia Pacific Open Mitsubishi Diamond Cup in Ibaraki, Japan, to be placed tied 26th. Khan was thus six shots off the lead at the event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour.

    Rahil Gangjee and Gaganjeet Bhullar were both in tied 62nd place having shot scores of two-over-72.

    Digvijay Singh returned a 74 to...

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  • Davidson, North Carolina, 20-09-2015

    Anirban Lahiri finishes tied 16th at Small Business Connection Championship, well-placed for PGA Tour card

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (72-70-67-71) was tied for 16th at the Web.com Tour’s Small Business Connection Championship with an eight-under-280 total for the week. He finished seven shots behind the winner Chez Reavie of the United States.

    The 28-year-old Lahiri figured $50,000 would secure his place inside the top 25 on the Finals money list -...
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  • Parco Reale di Monza, Italy, 18-09-2015

    Jeev Milkha Singh & Shiv Kapur placed tied 25th in Italy

    At the 72° OPEN D’ITALIA presented by DAMIANI, India’s Shiv Kapur, who opened his campaign with a seven-under-65 on Thursday, settled for an even-par-72 in round two to slip 23 places from overnight tied second. 

    Kapur’s two-round total of seven-under-137 placed him tied 25th alongside countryman Jeev Milkha Singh, who carded...
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  • Parco Reale di Monza, 17-09-2015

    Kapur off to splendid start in Italy with seven-under-65, placed tied second, two off lead

    India's Shiv Kapur enjoyed a promising start to his Italian campaign when he opened with a seven-under-par 65 to trail Belgian leader Nicolas Colsaerts by two shots at the 72° OPEN D'ITALIA presented by DAMIANI on Thursday.

    The Asian Tour winner traded eight birdies and a bogey to take a share of second place with Italy's Francesso Molinari and Swed...
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