Paris, France, 06-07-2014
Tied 18th finish for Shiv Kapur in France
Shiv Kapur, who enjoyed a strong finish at last month's US Open, came up with another creditable performance at the Alstom Open de France which concluded in Paris on Sunday. Kapur shot scores of 73, 69, 76 and 70 to end up in tied 18th place at the European Tour event. Shiv totaled four-over-288 to finish nine strokes behind the winner, Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland.
Kapur closed the week with a one-u...
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 06-07-2014
Angad Cheema's team wins the Pro-Am event of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO 2014The Pro-Am event of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO was won by professional Angad Cheema and his team at the Lidder Valley Golf Course on Sunday. The leading amateur golfers from Jammu & Kashmir competed at the Pro-Am event.The Pro-Am was played in the team scramble format where the team’s best ball was chosen on ever...Read More
Paris, France, 05-07-2014
Shiv Kapur placed tied 50th after round three in France
Shiv Kapur was placed tied 50th at five-over-218 after round three of the European Tour's Alstom Open de France. Kapur, the only Indian to make the cut, shot scores of 73, 69 and 76 in the first three rounds to trail the leader American Kevin Stadler by 14 shots.
Three players, who are not already exempt and who finish in the top ten at the Alstom Open de France, will secure places in The Open Championship...
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 05-07-2014
Om Prakash Chouhan drives home the advantage to bag third titleOm Prakash Chouhan of Mhow registered his third title triumph as he drove home the advantage in the final round of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO. Chouhan posted a three-under-67 in round four to emerge winner by two strokes at 19-under-261 on a bright and sunny day at the Lidder Valley Golf Course in Pahalgam. Khalin Joshi of Bangalore finished runner-up at 17-under-263.Om Prakash Chouhan (65-64...Read More
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 04-07-2014
Om Prakash Chouhan takes two-stroke lead in round threeOm Prakash Chouhan of Mhow carded a five-under-65 to take a two-stroke lead in round three of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO. Chouhan’s three-day total stands at 16-under-194. Sri Lankan K Prabagaran and Kapurthala’s Ashbeer Saini are in joint second at 14-under-196.The day began with the completion of the se...Read More
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 03-07-2014
Om Prakash Chouhan fires 64 for the clubhouse lead in round twoOm Prakash Chouhan of Mhow emerged as the clubhouse leader in round two of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO. Chouhan returned an error-free six-under-64 to take the clubhouse lead at the Lidder Valley Golf Course with an 11-under-129 total as it drizzled through the day. Kapurthala’s Ashbeer Saini was in second place, one shot off the lead.Round one, which could not be completed on Wednesday...Read More
St. Andrews, Scotland, 03-07-2014
ANIRBAN LAHIRI SECURES OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP SPOT THROUGH WORLD RANKINGIndia’s Anirban Lahiri has secured a spot for this month’s British Open through his world ranking. Lahiri was one of the 10 players who earned a berth at golf’s showpiece event as the highest ranked non-exempt players in the Official World Golf Ranking at the end of Week 26 on 30th June 2014.Anirban, currently placed 81 in the world...Read More
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 02-07-2014
Pawan Verma takes clubhouse lead with phenomenal eight-under-62 on rain-marred opening dayPawan Verma of Delhi emerged as the clubhouse leader on the rain-marred opening day of the J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO. Verma shot a phenomenal bogey-free eight-under-62 to take the clubhouse lead at the Lidder Valley Golf Course. Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta and Sri Lankan K Prabagaran were in joint second with scores of six-under-64.Read More
Pahalgam, Jammu & Kashmir, 01-07-2014
J&K Bank PGTI Pahalgam Masters presented by KEO marks the return of men's professional golf to Jammu & Kashmir after a decade• First ever men’s professional tournament to be staged in Pahalgam• Prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh• Read More
Cologne, Germany, 29-06-2014
Gaganjeet Bhullar claims tied 33rd place at BMW International OpenGaganjeet Bhullar (67-70-69-70) claimed tied 33rd place at the BMW International Open in Germany after shooting a two-under-70 in the final round. Bhullar totalled 12-under-276 for the week to end up seven shots behind the eventual champion Fabrizio Zanotti of Paraguay.Ã‚ÂZanotti defeated Swede Henrik Stenson, Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Frenchman Gre...Read More
Cologne, Germany, 28-06-2014
Gaganjeet Bhullar ends round 3 in tied 31st place
Gaganjeet Bhullar (67-70-69) ended round three of the BMW International Open in Germany in tied 31st place. Bhullar's three-round total was 10-under-206. He trailed the leader Pablo Larrazabal of Spain by seven shots.
Cologne, Germany, 27-06-2014
Bhullar occupies tied 29th place at halfway stage of BMW International OpenIndia’s Gaganjeet Bhullar slipped from overnight tied 10th to a share of 29th place after adding a two-under-70 to his opening 67 at the BMW International Open. Bhullar, the only Indian to make the cut, had a total of seven-under-137 and was five shots off the lead.Indians Jeev Milkha Singh and Anirban Lahiri missed the halfway cut of four-under...Read More
Koln, Germany, 26-06-2014
Bhullar & Lahiri off to good starts in GermanyIndia’s Gaganjeet Bhullar got off to an encouraging start at the BMW International Open by opening with a five-under- 67 to take a share of 10th place.The five-time Asian Tour winner and EurAsia Cup star mixed his card with five birdies, an eagle and two bogeys to trail Spain’s Rafa Cabrera-Bello and England’s Danny Willett by...Read More
Karnal, Haryana, 26-06-2014
Arshdeep Tiwana pips Akshay Sharma by one stroke to win in Karnal
Arshdeep Tiwana (63-66-65) of the Golden Greens Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, birdied the last hole to win the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the Madhuban Meadows Golf Course in Karnal by one shot. Tiwana won the second Feeder Tour event of the season with a 10-under-194 total. Chandigarh's Akshay Sharma (63-70-62) finished runner-up at nine-under-195.
Arshdeep Tiwana, the overnight leader, completed a wire-...
Karnal, Haryana, 25-06-2014
Arshdeep Tiwana emerges round two leader at KarnalArshdeep Tiwana of the Golden Greens Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, took the sole second round lead at the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the Madhuban Meadows Golf Course in Karnal. Tiwana shot a two-under-66 at the par-68 course to end up with a two-day total of seven-under-129. Delhi's Suleman Ali, Pradeep Kumar of Noida and Pune's Dinesh Raghuvanshi are all in tied second place at six-under-130.The cut was declared at three...Read More
Karnal, Haryana, 24-06-2014
Dinesh Raghuvanshi, Akshay Sharma, Arshdeep Tiwana share round one lead at five-under-63Dinesh Raghuvanshi of Pune, Akshay Sharma of Chandigarh and Gurgaon-based Arshdeep Tiwana shot scores of five-under-63 to emerge as joint round one leaders at the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the par-68 Madhuban Meadows Golf Course in Karnal. Samaresh Sardar of Kolkata, Patna’s Md Nawab and Ravi from Chandimandir, Haryana, are all in tied fourth place at four-under-64.Read More
Co. Cork, Ireland, 22-06-2014
Jeev Milkha Singh secures tied 38th place at Irish OpenIndia's Jeev Milkha Singh (68-73-69-71) submitted a card of even-par-71 in the final round of the Irish Open to secure tied 38th place at three-under-281.Finland's Mikko Ilonen won the tournament with a 13-under-271 total.
Co. Cork, Ireland, 21-06-2014
Jeev Milkha Singh in tied 34th place after round 3 at Irish OpenJeev Milkha Singh (68-73-69) of India signed for a two-under-69 in round three of the Irish Open to move up from tied 47th to tied 34th on the leaderboard. Jeev's three-day total reads three-under-210.Finland's Mikko Ilonen holds the lead at 12-under-201.Read More
Co. Cork, Ireland, 20-06-2014
Jeev drops to tied 47th after round two in IrelandIndia’s Jeev Milkha Singh slipped down the leaderboard after returning a two-over-73 in round two of the Irish Open that took his total to one-under-141.The six-time Asian Tour winner opened his campaign impressively with a 68 but after marking his card with one bogey, a double-bogey and a birdie on the second day, Singh slipped 38 places down f...Read More
Akshay Sharma's timely eagle helps him clinch a playoff victory against Rahul Bajaj in JaipurChandigarh’s Akshay Sharma landed his first ever title in scintillating fashion at the PGTI Feeder Tour event played at the Rambagh Golf Club in Jaipur. The 23-year-old produced a well-timed eagle to beat Rahul Bajaj of Noida on the second playoff hole.Akshay Sharma (70-69-67) and Rahul Bajaj (67-73-66) went into the playoff having ended the regulation 54 holes with the joint best tournament totals of four-under-20...Read More
Co. Cork, Ireland, 19-06-2014
Jeev Milkha Singh enjoys a strong start at the Irish OpenJeev Milkha Singh of India birdied the last hole to get off to a strong start at the Irish Open after shooting a three-under-68 on Thursday.The two-time Asian Tour Order of Merit winner turned in 36 before breathing life to his campaign with four birdies against one bogey on his way home to trail the leader Mikko Ilonen of Finland by four shots. Jeev is currently in tied ninth.Singh, whose last victory in Europe was at the 2012 Scottis...Read More
Vishal Singh and Bikramjit Singh Sandhu are joint round one leaders in JaipurJaipur’s Vishal Singh and Bangalore’s Bikramjit Singh Sandhu returned scores of four-under-66 to be the joint leaders in the first round of the PGTI Feeder Tour event being played at the Rambagh Golf Club in Jaipur. Rahul Bajaj of Noida was in third place with a score of three-under-67.Local lad Vishal Singh, a winner on the PGTI, mixed se...Read More
PGTI Feeder Tour 2014 tees-off with opening event in JaipurThe Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) will stage the opening event of its 2014 Feeder Tour season at the Rambagh Golf Club, Jaipur, from 18 – 20 June, 2014. The Feeder Tour is set to stage six tournaments in the 2014 season with each tournament carrying a prize purse of Rs. 6 lakh.The Feeder Tour events will have a maximum field of 90...Read More
Pinehurst, North Carolina, 16-06-2014
Shiv Kapur secures tied 23rd at US Open, records best finish by an Indian at the eventIndia’s Shiv Kapur (73-70-71-72) enjoyed a solid finish at the US Open when he closed with a two-over-72 for a share of 23rd place on Sunday. Kapur thus posted the best finish by an Indian at the second Major of the year. The previous best for an Indian at the US Open was Jeev Milkha Singh's tied 36th in 2007.Shiv's performance at Pin...Read More
Pinehurst, North Carolina, 15-06-2014
Shiv Kapur in tied 23rd after round three of US Open, on course for best finish by an Indian at the eventIndia’s Shiv Kapur (73-70-71) put up another spirited performance at the US Open by signing a card of one-over-71 in the third round on Saturday. Shiv mixed his card with six bogeys and five birdies to take his three-day total to four-over-214. Kapur’s third round performance placed him tied 23rd, 12 shots behind the runaway leader Martin Kaymer of Germany.Read More
Pinehurst, North Carolina, 14-06-2014
Shiv Kapur makes the cut at the US Open with a fighting 70 in round two, lies tied 33rdIndia’s Shiv Kapur (73-70) made it to the weekend rounds of the US Open at Pinehurst No. 2 after shooting a solid even-par-70 in round two to be placed tied 33rd with a three-over-143 total. Kapur, playing his maiden US Open, has now become the second Indian after Jeev Milkha Singh to make the cut at the second Major of the year.Martin Kaymer of...Read More
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14-06-2014
Shubhankar Sharma finishes tied 24th in MalaysiaIndia’s Shubhankar Sharma (72-69-72-72) shot an even-par-72 in the final round of the Asian Development Tour's PGM Vascory Templer Park Championship to finish tied 24th at three-under-285. Shubhankar, who dropped five places from his overnight tied 19th, finished 23 shots behind the winner Gavin Kyle Green, a Malaysian amateur.
Pinehurst, North Carolina, 13-06-2014
Shiv Kapur fires three-over-73 to be tied 68th after round 1 of US Open
Shiv Kapur fired a three-over-73 in the opening round of the US Open to be placed tied 68th. He trails the leader Martin Kaymer of Germany by eight shots.
Kapur, making his debut at the US Open, had a promising start as he birdied the 13th to move to one-under. However, bogeys on the 18th, first, fourth and ninth meant he closed the day with a 73 at the Pinehurst Resort & Country Club.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 12-06-2014
Shubhankar in tied 14th after round 2 of PGM Vascory Templer Park ChampionshipShubhankar Sharma (72-69) of India followed up his opening round of 72 with a three-under-69 in round two of the PGM Vascory Templer Park Championship, an Asian Development Tour event. Shubhankar is now placed tied 14th with a two-day total of three-under-141. Sharma trails the leader Gavin Kyle Green of Malaysia by 10 shots.Shubhankar made four birdi...Read More
Pinehurst, North Carolina, 09-06-2014
Shiv Kapur prepares for one of the toughest tests in golfIndia’s Shiv Kapur has been paired with former Asian Tour no. 1 Liang Wen-chong of China and Germany’s Maximilian Kieffer for the opening two rounds of this week’s US Open which will be played in Pinehurst, North Carolina. The three-ball of Kapur, Liang and Kieffer will tee-off at 8:35 am in the opening round and at 2:20 pm on day two.Read More
Koh Samui, Thailand, 08-06-2014
Siddikur Rahman secures tied third at Queen's Cup, Gangjee is tied ninthPGTI member and Bangladeshi star Siddikur Rahman (68-70-64-72), signed off with a 72 to share third place at the Queen’s Cup in Thailand. Siddikur, who briefly held the lead on the back nine, totaled 10-under-274 for the week. Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand bagged a record 17th Asian Tour title after closing the week with a total of 12-under-272.Read More
Koh Samui, Thailand, 07-06-2014
Siddikur jumps to second place at Queen's Cup, Jaini is tied seventhA fast-charging Siddikur Rahman (68-70-64) of Bangladesh was just one shot behind the leader Poom Saksansin of Thailand after the third round of the Queen’s Cup on Saturday. Siddikur fired a stunning 64 with seven birdies as he moved into contention for a third Asian Tour victory as his total stood at 11-under- 202.Manav Jaini (68-72-69) at tied...Read More
Koh Samui, Thailand, 06-06-2014
Rahman placed tied fourth at Queen's Cup, Indians Das and Jaini in top-10PGTI member Md Siddikur Rahman (68-70) of Bangladesh posted a one-under-70 to be tied fourth after round two of the Queen’s Cup on the Asian Tour. Rahman’s total of four-under-138 placed him five shots behind the leader Poom Saksansin of Thailand.The Indian duo of Shankar Das (70-70) and Manav Jaini (68-72) were in tied ninth place a...Read More
Atzenbrugg, Austria, 05-06-2014
Bhullar, Jeev off to steady starts in AustriaGaganjeet Bhullar's opening round two-under-70 placed him tied 14th at the European Tour's Lyoness Open. Bhullar trails the joint leaders Englishman Adam Gee and Swede Mikael Lundberg by three strokes. Jeev Milkha Singh carded a one-under-71 to be tied 26th.SSP Chowrasia, the third Indian in the field, lies tied 76th at three-over-75.Read More
Samui, Thailand, 05-06-2014
Jaini, Siddikur tied third after round one of Queen's CupManav Jaini of India and Bangladesh's Md Siddikur Rahman shot scores of three-under-68 to be placed tied third after round one of the Queen's Cup, an Asian Tour event. Jaini and Siddikur were two shots behind the leader Poon Saksansin of Thailand who fired a five-under-66.Read More
Malmo, Sweden, 02-06-2014
Shiv finishes tied 60th, Jeev tied 64th at Nordea Masters
Shiv Kapur (76-68-72-72) finished tied 60th while Jeev Milkha Singh (71-74-70-74) ended tied 64th at the European Tour's Nordea Masters. Kapur totaled even-par-288 for the tournament. Jeev was a further stroke behind.
Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand emerged winner after defeating Frenchman Victor Dubuisson and Scotsman Stephen Gallacher in a playoff. Jaidee, Dubuisson and Gallacher had earlier ended the regulation 72 holes with identical scores of 16-under-272.
Malmo, Sweden, 01-06-2014
Jeev tied 46th at Nordea MastersJeev Milkha Singh (71-74-70) shot a two-under-70 in round three of the European Tour’s Nordea Masters in Sweden to be placed tied 46th at one-under-215. Henrik Stenson of Sweden and Eddie Pepperell of England were the joint leaders at 13-under-203.Shiv Kapur (76-68-72) came up with an even-par-72 on Saturday to be in tied 54th place with a total...Read More
Manila, The Philippines, 31-05-2014
Shubhankar Sharma ends tied sixth at ICTSI Riviera ClassicShubhankar Sharma (70-67-72-72) bagged a tied sixth finish at the Asian Development Tour’s ICTSI Riviera Classic. Shubhankar fired a one-over-72 in the final round to end up with a total score of three-under-281. Sharma finished eight shots behind the winner Elmer Salvador of The Philippines.This was 17-year-old Shubhankar’s second top-6 f...Read More
Manila, The Philippines, 30-05-2014
Shubhankar Sharma lies tied fifth after round 3 of ICTSI Riviera Classic
Shubhankar Sharma (70-67-72) of India shot a one-over-72 in round 3 of the Asian Development Tour's ICTSI Riviera Classic to be placed tied fifth at four-under-209. Shubhankar, the lone Indian in the field, trails the leader Elmer Salvador of The Philippines by four shots.
Sharma, who was the leader after round two, slipped four places in the penultimate round after making four birdies, three bogeys and a d...
Manila, The Philippines, 29-05-2014
Shubhankar Sharma leads at the halfway stage of the ICTSI Riviera Classic
India's Shubhankar Sharma (70-67) returned in the morning with a bang by completing his second round with a four-under-67 to take a one-stroke lead in the second round of the ICTSI Riviera Classic on Friday.
The Indian had his round disrupted at the inaugural US$ 60,000 Asian Development Tour event after inclement weather caused almost three hours of play to be lost and eventually suspended due to fading light i...
Surrey, England, 27-05-2014
Shiv Kapur qualifies for his maiden US OpenIndia’s Shiv Kapur qualified for his third Major appearance after he earned a spot for the 2014 US Open at the 36-hole International Sectional Qualifier event played at the Old and New courses at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England.The 32-year-old Kapur, currently the second-highest ranked Indian in the world at 171, shot scores of 68 and 71 to end up in tied fifth with a total of five-under-139. He finished...Read More
Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 22-05-2014
Shubhankar Sharma misses the cut at PGM Johor Championship
Shubhankar Sharma (74-74) of India fired a second straight two-over-74 to miss the cut by two shots at the Asian Development Tour's PGM Johor Championship in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The 17-year-old Shubhankar, who finished tied sixth on the Asian Development Tour two weeks back, totaled four-over-148 at the halfway stage to be placed tied 72nd.
Manila, The Philippines, 18-05-2014
Siddikur Rahman finishes joint runner-up at ICTSI Philippine OpenPGTI member Md Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh finished joint runner-up at the ICTSI Philippine Open on Sunday. Siddikur (66-73-76-69) totaled four-under-284 for the tournament to finish two strokes behind the winner Marcus Both of Australia.Nathan Holman of Australia, Thailand’s Arnond Vongvanij and Filipinos Antonio Lascuna and Jay Bayron...Read More
Manila, The Philippines, 17-05-2014
Siddikur in tied eighth after round 3 of ICTSI Philippine Open, Rohana and Perera lie tied 13th
PGTI member Md Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh slipped from overnight third to tied eighth in round 3 of the Asian Tour's ICTSI Philippine Open. Rahman's (66-73-76) total of one-under-215 placed him four strokes behind the leader Chan Kim of USA.
The Sri Lankan duo of PGTI members Anura Rohana and Mithun Perera was in tied 13th place at even-par-216.
Manila, Philippines, 15-05-2014
Siddikur in joint lead after round one of ICTSI Philippine OpenPGTI member Md Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh fired his best score at the challenging Wack Wack Golf and Country Club to share the opening round lead with Chan Kim of USA on six-under-par 66 at the ICTSI Philippine Open on Thursday.Siddikur, the first Bangladeshi to play and win on the Asian Tour, birdied the last hole from five feet to cap his best ef...Read More
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 10-05-2014
Shubhankar Sharma finishes tied sixth at PGM Northport Glenmarie Championship
Shubhankar Sharma finished tied sixth at the Asian Development Tour's PGM Northport Glenmarie Championship. Shubhankar fired scores of 69, 60, 69 and 71 to end up with a total of nine-under-279. The 17-year-old Shubhankar, who recently became the youngest winner on the PGTI, made five birdies against four bogeys in his final round of 71.
Danny Chia of Malaysia won the tournament after defeating Thailand...
New Delhi, 05-05-2014
Lahiri moves up to 65 in world rankingsAnirban Lahiri moved up two places from 67 to 65 in the Official World Golf Rankings released on Monday. Anirban, achieved his career-high on Monday after an impressive tied sixth finish at The Championship in Singapore, an event co-sanctioned by the European Tour and Asian Tour. The Bangalore-based professional also continued to be the leader on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.Read More
Gangjee finishes fourth in SingaporeIndia’s Rahil Gangjee (66-67-71-65) savoured one of his best finishes in recent years by signing off with a 65 to take fourth place at The Championship at Laguna National in Singapore. Gangjee totaled 19-under-269 at the US$1.5 million event that is jointly sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tour. Chile’s Felipe Aguilar won the tournament with a 22-under-266 total after a stunning birdie-eagle finish.Read More
Gangjee lies tied seventh at The ChampionshipRahil Gangjee (66-67-71) was in tied seventh position at 12-under-204 after round three of The Championship in Singapore. Rahil was four strokes behind the joint leaders Anders Hansen of Denmark and Panuphol Pittayarat of Thailand.Anirban Lahiri (67-70-68) had the best round among the Indians, a four-under-68, on day three to be placed tied 11th at 11...Read More
Gangjee rises to tied fifthRahil Gangjee followed up his opening round 66 with a 67 in round two to rise to tied fifth place at The Championship in Singapore. Gangjee, the highest-placed Indian, currently lies two strokes off the lead at 11-under-133. Panuphol Pittayarat of Thailand is the leaderat 13-under-131.Rahil, who had a bogey-free opening round, sank a whopping nine bir...Read More
Indians off to good start in Singapore, Lankan Perera impressive in round 1Anirban Lahiri continued his rich form at The Championship in Singapore as he carded a five-under-67 to be placed tied 16th on day one. Jeev Milkha Singh (67) and Rahil Gangjee (five-under through 15 holes) also grabbed a share of 16th position on Thursday.PGTI member Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka was just two shots off the lead as he returned a scorchin...Read More
New Delhi, 28-04-2014
Lahiri's incredible win catapults him to career-high 67 in world rankings, is now second-highest ranked Asian in the worldAnirban Lahiri’s incredible victory at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters 2014 catapulted him from 102 to a career-high of 67 in the Official World Golf Rankings. Lahiri, who is now also the Asian Tour no. 1, had achieved his previous best ranking of 99, in March this year.Anirban, the highest ranked Indian in the world at the moment, has a...Read More
Jakarta, Indonesia, 27-04-2014
Sensational win for Lahiri in Indonesia, achieves maiden success outside IndiaAnirban Lahiri finally tasted success outside India with a sensational win at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters on Sunday thanks to a fantastic 20-feet eagle putt on the final hole. It happened to be his 15th title triumph and fourth win on the Asian Tour as he shot scores of 70, 69, 64 and 68 to total 17-under-271 for the week. Baek Seuk-hyun of South Korea and Australian Cameron Smith finished as joint runners-up with, one stroke behind Lahiri. L...Read More
Jakarta, Indonesia, 26-04-2014
Four Indians in top-10 in IndonesiaIndians had an outstanding third round at the US$750,000 CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters as four of them closed the day in the top-10. India’s Anirban Lahiri displayed the qualities that made him a EurAsia Cup hero when he fired a flawless 64 to compile a three-day total of 13-under-203. He trailed the leader Australian rookie Cameron Smith by one in second place, while compatriot Rashid Khan was equally impressive as he also matched Lahiri’s...Read More
Kathmandu, Nepal, 26-04-2014
Chikkarangappa lifts Surya Nepal Masters trophy after playoff win over Shankar DasChikkarangappa S (69-65-67-72) of Bangalore lifted the Surya Nepal Masters 2014 trophy after defeating Kolkata’s Shankar Das (67-70-68-68) in a playoff at the Gokarna Forest Golf Resort in Kathmandu. Chikkarangappa and Das went into the playoff after both players ended up with the tournament’s best total scores of 15-under-273 from the regulation 72 holes. Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh and Faridabad golfer Abhinav Lohan were in tie...Read More
Jakarta, Indonesia, 25-04-2014
Chowrasia in top-5 in IndonesiaSSP Chowrasia (71-66) fired a spectacular bogey-free 66 in round two of the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters that pushed him up from tied 34th position to tied fifth place. Chowrasia has a total score of seven-under-137 and trails the clubhouse leader Lin Wen-tang of Chinese Taipei by three shots at the US$ 750,000 Asian Tour event.Round two was suspende...Read More
Kathmandu, Nepal, 25-04-2014
Chikkarangappa takes three-shot lead in round threeChikkarangappa (69-65-67) of Bangalore submitted a card of five-under-67 to take a three-shot lead in round three of the Surya Nepal Masters 2014 being played at the Gokarna Forest Golf Resort in Kathmandu. Chikkarangappa's total stood at 15-under-201 at the end of the penultimate round. Abhinav Lohan (69-69-66) of Faridabad occupied second place at 12-under-204.Chikkarangappa, who was overnight tied second, took centres...Read More
Jakarta, Indonesia, 24-04-2014
Sujjan Singh shoots four-under for a share of third place, four other Indians in top-20India’s Sujjan Singh shot a four-under-68 in round one of the Asian Tour's CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters to grab a share of third place. Sujjan is one shot adrift of the joint leaders Nicholas Fung of Malaysia and American Anthony Kang. Sujjan, a winner on the Asian Development Tour, sank eight birdies against four bogeys in the first round on Thursday to be the highest-placed Indian.
Kathmandu, Nepal, 23-04-2014
Angad Cheema tops the leaderboard with an eight-under-64 on day oneAngad Cheema of Panchkula was on top of the leaderboard with an eight-under-64 after round one of the Surya Nepal Masters 2014. Close on the leader’s heels was Delhi’s Vinod Kumar who carded a 65 on Wednesday. A further stroke adrift was former champion Shamim Khan of Delhi who opened with a 66.Defending champion and local favourite Shivaram Shrestha shot a 67 that kept him in the hunt as he joined Kolkata&rs...Read More
Jakarta, Indonesia, 23-04-2014
Jeev Milkha Singh misses out on Player of the Decade, wins award for lowest putting averageThongchai Jaidee of Thailand was named the Asian Tour’s Player of the Decade (2004-2013) at the Asian Tour Annual Awards Night in Jakarta on April 22, 2014. The award was voted by the players in conjunction with the Asian Tour’s milestone 10th season last year following its establishment as a players’ organization in 2004.Jaidee has...Read More