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  • Shanghai, China, 06-11-2014

    Lahiri opens with a 74 at WGC-HSBC Champions, lies tied 42nd

    India’s Anirban Lahiri was left to rue a costly double bogey on the last which consigned him to a first round two-over-par 74 at the US$8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions on Thursday.
     
    The five-time Asian Tour winner trails opening round leader Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland by seven shots but is confident of reducing the deficit when he returns...
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  • New Delhi, 05-11-2014

    Shubhankar, Sujjan start on winning note

    Teenager Shubhankar Sharma and Sujjan Singh gave themselves a fine boost by taking their respective teams to victory in the morning and evening Pro-Ams, which kick-started the fourth edition of the Panasonic Open India 2014 on Wednesday.

    The 18-year-old Shubhankar, who has been dividing his time between PGTI and Asian Development Tour, won his maiden p...
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  • New Delhi, 05-11-2014

    Panasonic Open India - Player Quotes

    Here’s what some of the top contenders at the Panasonic Open India 2014 said before the tournament:

    Chikkarangappa: 

    The victory on the Asian Development Tour last week, my first at the international level, has really boosted my confidence....
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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 02-11-2014

    Lahiri finishes tied 52nd at CIMB Classic

    Anirban Lahiri (74-72-70-73) finished tied 52nd at the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Lahiri totaled one-over-289 at the PGA Tour and Asian Tour co-sanctioned event. American Ryan Moore won the tournament with a total of 17-under-271.

     

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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 01-11-2014

    Chikkarangappa's valiant comeback earns him his maiden international win at TAKE Solutions India Masters

    Bangalore’s Chikkarangappa S made a valiant comeback with a final round of five-under-67 to earn his maiden international win at the Asian Development Tour’s TAKE Solutions India Masters 2014. Chikkarangappa, playing at his home course, Eagleton – The Golf Resort near Bangalore, overcame the overnight six-shot deficit as he posted a tournament total of 18-under-270 to achieve a remarkable two-stroke victory at the US$ 70,000 event...
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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 31-10-2014

    Lahiri placed tied 53rd at halfway stage of CIMB Classic

    Anirban Lahiri, India's lone representative at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia, ended round two in tied 53rd place at two-over-146 after rounds of 74 and 72 at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club.

    American Bill Hurley III was the halfway leader at 10-under-134 at the US$ 7 million event jointly sanctioned by the PGA Tour and Asian Tour.

    Lahiri climbed one place...

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  • Bangalore, 31-10-2014

    Local lad Abhishek Jha zooms into six-shot lead, emerges top contender at TAKE Solutions India Masters

    Bangalore’s Abhishek Jha blasted a seven-under-65 to zoom into a healthy six-shot lead in round three of the Asian Development Tour’s TAKE Solutions India Masters 2014. Jha’s third round effort at his home course, Eagleton – The Golf Resort near Bangalore, included two eagles and took his tournament total to an impressive 19-under-197. R Murthy and Chikkarangappa, both in joint second, six shots off the pace, ensured the top...
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  • New Delhi, 30-10-2014

    KHAN AND KUMAR TAKE AIM AT WINNING THE PANASONIC OPEN INDIA

    Rising star Rashid Khan is planning for another title assault at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India, seven months after claiming a “life changing” first Asian Tour victory at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC).
     
    However, he will face strong challenges from the Asian Tour stars and talented Indian luminaries who include 2002 Order of Merit champion J...
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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 30-10-2014

    Abhishek Jha goes one ahead with a second straight 66 at TAKE Solutions India Masters

    Abhishek Jha’s second straight 66 at his home course propelled him into the lead in round two of the Asian Development Tour’s TAKE Solutions India Masters 2014. Bangalore-based Jha has a tally of 12-under-132 at the halfway stage of the US$ 70,000 event being played at Eagleton – The Golf Resort near Bangalore. Sweden’s Nils Floren shot an immaculate 10-under-62 to be placed second at 11-under-133.

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  • Bangalore, 29-10-2014

    Bangalore boys dominate round one of TAKE Solutions India Masters

    Chikkarangappa S of Bangalore took the round one lead at the Asian Development Tour’s TAKE Solutions India Masters with a sizzling eight-under-64 at his home course, Eagleton – The Golf Resort. Thailand’s Pijit Petchkasem ended the day in second place with an opening round of 65 while another Bangalorean Abhishek Jha was a further shot behind in third place at the US$ 70,000 event. 

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  • Bangalore, 28-10-2014

    LEADING NAMES ON PGTI TO LOCK HORNS WITH TOP GOLFERS ON ASIAN DEVELOPMENT TOUR AT INAUGURAL TAKE SOLUTIONS INDIA MASTERS

    Two-time European Tour winner SSP Chowrasia as well as leading Indian golfers Chikkarangappa S, Khalin Joshi and Shubhankar Sharma, all winners on the PGTI, will lead the Indian challenge at the inaugural TAKE Solutions India Masters, the first Asian Development Tour event to be staged in India. The tournament will be played from October 29 to November 1 at the Eagleton Golf Resort near Bangalore. 

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  • New Delhi, 27-10-2014

    Anirban Lahiri's win in Macau pushes him up to 69 in world rankings

    Anirban Lahiri’s creditable victory at the Venetian Macau Open 2014 pushed him up 21 places from 90 to 69 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Lahiri had achieved his career-best ranking of 64, soon after his win in Indonesia earlier this year. Anirban is currently the highest ranked Indian in the world followed by Shiv Kapur who is at 215th place.

  • Macau, 26-10-2014

    Anirban Lahiri wins Venetian Macau Open with a gallant 66 on final day

    Anirban Lahiri of India picked up his second title of the year after posting a gallant five-under-66 in the final round of the Venetian Macau Open on Sunday. Lahiri totaled 17-under-267 for the week as he signed off with scores of 61, 73, 67 and 66. It was Anirban's 16th career title and his fifth on the Asian Tour. Australian Scott Hend, the defending champion, who was tied for the lead with Lahiri with one hole to play, bogeyed the 18th and ended up in...

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  • Macau, 25-10-2014

    Lahiri stays in contention in Macau with a third round 67, lies two off the lead

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (61-73-67) battled to a four-under- 67 in the third round of the Venetian Macau Open on Saturday to end the day in second place at 12-under-201, two behind the leader Scott Hend of Australia. 

    Lahiri, who finished runner-up to Hend in Macau last season, climbed up two places from his overnight joint fourth, after his s...
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  • Macau, 24-10-2014

    Lahiri's second round 73 places him joint fourth in Macau

    Anirban Lahiri followed up his phenomenal 10-under-61 in the opening round of the Venetian Macau Open with a sedate two-over-73 in round two to drop from first position to joint fourth. Lahiri’s two-day total stood at eight-under-134 and he trailed the joint leaders, Australians Scott Hend and Adam Groom, by two shots.

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  • Hong Kong, 19-10-2014

    SSP Chowrasia secures tied fifth at Hong Kong Open after final round of 67

    SSP Chowrasia had the best finish among the Indians at the Hong Kong Open. The two-time winner on the European Tour secured joint fifth place after rounds of 69, 65, 70 and 67 at the Hong Kong Golf Club. Chowrasia's final round of three-under-67 moved him up eight places from overnight tied 13th and he ended up with a total of nine-under-271 at the event co-sanctioned by the European Tour and Asian Tour.

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  • Hong Kong, 18-10-2014

    Jyoti Randhawa ends day three in tied sixth, three off the lead

    Jyoti Randhawa (64-70-68) stayed in contention at the Hong Kong Open despite slipping from overnight tied fifth to tied sixth in round three. Randhawa's third round score of two-under-68 took his total to eight-under-202 and placed him three shots behind the leader Marcus Fraser of Australia.

    SSP Chowrasia, who was also tied fifth at the halfway stage, slipped to tied 13th after his third round effort of 70...

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  • Hong Kong, 17-10-2014

    Chowrasia and Randhawa in tied fifth place after round two of Hong Kong Open

    SSP Chowrasia (69-65) posted five-under-65 to climb up from tied 44th to tied fifth place in round two of the Hong Kong Open. Jyoti Randhawa (64-70), the overnight leader, also dropped to joint fifth after his second round effort of even-par-70. Chowrasia and Randhawa have identical totals of six-under-134 and are three behind the leader Ernie Els of South Africa.

    Both Shiv Kapur and Rahil Gangjee shot scores of...

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  • Noida, 17-10-2014

    Khalin Joshi wins maiden title with two-stroke triumph at Noida Golf Course

    Bangalore's Khalin Joshi bagged his maiden title after a two-shot victory at the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course. Khalin fired a one-over-73 in the final round to end up with a tournament total of seven-under-281. Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh was the runner-up at five-under-283.

    Khalin Joshi (69-70-69-73), the overnight leader by three shots, had a great start to the day as he produced...

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  • Hong Kong, 16-10-2014

    Jyoti Randhawa's hot putter propels him into the lead at the Hong Kong Open

    Jyoti Randhawa of India holed 23 putts en-route to a six-under-64 to grab the first round lead at the US$1.3 million Hong Kong Open on Thursday.
     
    The 2002 Asian Tour number one said he ‘putted his heart out’ in a round of seven birdies and one bogey to take a one-shot lead over Angelo Que of the Philippines at the Hong Kong Golf Club.
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  • Noida, 16-10-2014

    Khalin Joshi opens up three-shot lead on penultimate day, emerges top contender for title

    Khalin Joshi of Bangalore came up with a three-under-69 in round three of the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course to open up a three-shot lead at eight-under-208. Abhijit Singh Chadha of Chandigarh, Delhi's Arjun Singh and Abhinav Lohan of the DLF Golf & Country Club were in tied second at five-under-211.

    Khalin Joshi (69-70-69), who was overnight tied second and two off the lead at the halfway stage, bega...
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  • Noida, 15-10-2014

    Abhinav Lohan shoots a 70 to stay ahead on day two

    Abhinav Lohan of the DLF Golf & Country Club followed up his 67 in the opening round with a 70 in round two to stay two shots ahead of the field at the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course. Lohan's two-day total now stands at seven-under-137. Khalin Joshi of Bangalore and Delhi's Honey Baisoya ended day two in joint second place at five-under-139.

    Abhinav Lohan (67-70), the overnight leader by one shot, began wi...
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  • Noida, 14-10-2014

    Abhinav Lohan sets the pace on day one with a 67

    Abhinav Lohan of the DLF Golf & Country Club posted a five-under-67 to set the pace in round one of the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course. Teenager Honey Baisoya of Delhi and Kolkata’s Mohammad Sanju were tied second with scores of four-under-68.

    Abhinav Lohan, recovering from an injury in his right elbow, was two-under through his first-nine as he sank two long birdie putts on the 11th an...

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  • Noida, 13-10-2014

    PGTI Players Championship to tee-off at Noida Golf Course on October 14

    Prize money of Rs. 30 lakh

    Top names in the field include Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, Shankar Das

  • New Delhi, 11-10-2014

    Mukesh Kumar's team wins the Pro-Am event of BILT Open 2014

    The Pro-Am event of the BILT Open 2014 played at the Delhi Golf Club on Saturday was won by professional Mukesh Kumar’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 ball within one...
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  • New Delhi, 10-10-2014

    Anura Rohana coasts to two-shot win at BILT Open, moves up into top-3 in Rolex Rankings & Super Series

    Sri Lankan Anura Rohana (67-70-68-69) emerged triumphant at the BILT Open 2014, the fifth PGTI Super Series event of the season, after a final round of three-under-69 at the Delhi Golf Club. Rohana totaled 14-under-274 for the week at the Rs. 1 crore event to claim his fourth title. Shankar Das of Kolkata (69-66-69-72) finished runner-up at 12-under-276 after returning a final round of even-par-72.

    Anura Rohana, who was o...
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  • New Delhi, 09-10-2014

    Shankar Das maintains lead on day three of BILT Open

    Kolkata’s Shankar Das maintained his lead in round three of the BILT Open 2014, the fifth PGTI Super Series event of the season. Shankar posted a three-under-69 in the penultimate round of the Rs. 1 crore event at the Delhi Golf Club to stay ahead by one stroke. Das’ three-day total read 12-under-204. Sri Lankan Anura Rohana fired an error-free 68 to be one off the lead in second place.

    Shankar Das (...

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  • New Delhi, 08-10-2014

    Shankar Das seizes the initiative in round two of the BILT Open

    Shankar Das of Kolkata seized the initiative in round two of the Rs. 1 crore BILT Open 2014, the fifth PGTI Super Series event of the season. Shankar followed up his first round 69 with the tournament’s best score of six-under-66 to end up as the day two leader at nine-under-135 at the Delhi Golf Club. Deepinder Singh Kullar of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, fired a second straight four-under-68 to be placed second at eight-under-1...
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  • New Delhi, 07-10-2014

    Chikkarangappa, Vikrant, Anura, Kapil hog the limelight in round one of BILT Open 2014

    Chikkarangappa S of Bangalore, Delhi’s Kapil Kumar, Vikrant Chopra of the Noida Golf Course and Sri Lankan Anura Rohana hogged the limelight in round one of the Rs. 1 crore BILT Open 2014, the fifth Super Series event of the season, as they led the field with matching scores of five-under-67. Deepinder Singh Kullar of the DLF Golf & Country Club and Md Zamal Hossain Mollah of Bangladesh were one shot off the lead in tied fifth place.
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  • New Delhi, 06-10-2014

    BILT and PGTI announce BILT Open 2014

    BILT Open 2014 to carry total prize purse of Rs. 1 crore
    Fifth of seven Super Series events in 2014
  • Chinese Taipei, 05-10-2014

    Gangjee claims tied ninth at Mercuries Taiwan Masters

    Rahil Gangjee (74-71-70-74) claimed tied ninth place at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters as he closed the week with a total of one-over-289. Gangjee finished six strokes behind the winner Steve Lewton of England.

    SSP Chowrasia (six-over-294) and Jyoti Randhawa (seven-over-295), the other two Indians to make the cut, finished joint 23rd and joint 28th respectively.

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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 03-10-2014

    Rashid Khan takes top honours at PGTI Eagleburg Masters with a two-stroke triumph

    Delhi’s Rashid Khan bagged his sixth title in style at the Rs. 40 lakh PGTI Eagleburg Masters 2014, the fourth Super Series event of the season. Rashid shot a confident three-under-69 in the final round to end up with a tournament total of 19-under-269. C Muniyappa of Bangalore also fired a 69 in round four to garner second place at 17-under-271.

  • Chinese Taipei, 02-10-2014

    Chowrasia and Sujjan tied 10th after round one in Taiwan

    SSP Chowrasia and Sujjan Singh shot scores of even-par-72 to occupy joint 10th position after the opening round of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters. The Indian duo was four shots behind the leader Lionel Weber of France.

    Rahil Gangjee and Himmat Rai shot scores of 74 and were in tied 31st place on day one.

    Jyoti Randhawa's 75 placed him tied 53rd while Chiragh Kumar w...

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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 02-10-2014

    Rashid Khan dominates round three, takes two-shot lead

    Delhi’s Rashid Khan posted the tournament’s best score, a seven-under-65, to take a two-shot lead on day three of the PGTI Eagleburg Masters 2014, the fourth Super Series event of the season. Rashid ended the penultimate round with a 16-under-200 total. C Muniyappa of Bangalore shot a 66 to be placed second at 14-under-202.

    Rashid Khan (68-67-65), the overnight joint leader, maintained his position a...

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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 01-10-2014

    Chikkarangappa, Rashid on top at halfway stage

    Bangalore’s Chikkarangappa and Rashid Khan of Delhi were the halfway leaders at the PGTI Eagleburg Masters 2014, the fourth Super Series event of the season. Chikkarangappa and Rashid both fired scores of five-under-67 in round two to be tied at the top with totals of nine-under-135. C Muniyappa, another Bangalore lad, is joint third along with Chandigarh’s Ajeetesh Sandhu at eight-under-136. 
  • New Delhi, 30-09-2014

    TAKE SOLUTIONS PARTNERS WITH ASIAN TOUR AND PGTI TO LAUNCH INDIA'S FIRST ADT EVENT - THE TAKE SOLUTIONS INDIA MASTERS

    India will host its first ever Asian Development Tour (ADT) tournament with the launch of the TAKE Solutions India Masters from October 29 to November 1, 2014, officials announced today.
     
    TAKE Solutions, the Asian Tour and PGTI have come together to unveil the TAKE Solutions India Masters where this joint initiative tournament will receive Official Worl...
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  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 30-09-2014

    Lohan, Sandhu, Thangaraja & Zamal in four-way lead on day one

    Abhinav Lohan of Faridabad, Chandigarh's Ajeetesh Sandhu, Sri Lankan N Thangaraja and Bangladeshi Md Zamal Hossain Mollah ended day one of the PGTI Eagleburg Masters 2014, the fourth Super Series event of the season, as the joint leaders at six-under-66. The leading quartet are two shots ahead of a chasing pack of seven golfers that consists of local favourites Chikkarangappa and Khalin Joshi as well as reigning Rolex Rankings champion Rashid Khan. Read More
  • Eagleton - The Golf Resort, Bangalore, 29-09-2014

    PGTI Eagleburg Masters to be fourth ‘Super Series' event of the 2014 season

    Prize purse of Rs. 40 lakh
    Fourth of seven Super Series events in 2014
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  • Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, 28-09-2014

    Atwal finishes tied 17th at Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship

    Arjun Atwal (69-72-72-70) finished tied 17th, the best among the Indians, at the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship in Japan. Atwal totaled one-under-283 for the week. He was five strokes behind the winner Hiroyuki Fujita of Japan.

    Jyoti Randhawa was tied 28th at one-over-285 while Anirban Lahiri was a further shot back in tied 33rd.

    SSP Chowrasia was tied 56th at eig...

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  • Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, 26-09-2014

    Atwal in tied 18th, four Indians make cut at Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship

    Arjun Atwal (69-72) came up with a one-over-72 in round two of the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship to take his total score to one-under-141. Atwal closed day two in tied 18th place, four shots behind the leader Adam Bland of Australia at the 150 million Yen (approximately US$1.5 million) event jointly sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour.

  • Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, 25-09-2014

    Arjun Atwal & Anirban Lahiri off to steady starts at Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship

    Arjun Atwal was the best-placed Indian after round one of the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship. Atwal fired a two-under-69 to be three off the lead in tied seventh place. Australian Cameron Smith was the round one leader at five-under-66.

    “It was really unexpected as I didn’t really play that well in Malaysia last week. But today was really solid as I hit lots of fairways and greens. It wasn’t easy as it was raining and it was windy at times b...
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  • Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 21-09-2014

    Lahiri claims third place courtesy a 68 in the final round of the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (64-68-76-68) claimed third place at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters after a final round of 68 that saw him end up with a tournament total of eight-under-276. He finished two shots behind the playoff duo, Thailand’s Chapchai Nirat and Filipino Antonio Lascuna. 

    Nirat won the title as he defeated Lascuna o...
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  • Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 20-09-2014

    Lahiri slips to seventh at Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters

    An ailing overnight leader Anirban Lahiri (64-68-76) of India struggled to a 76 which included two closing double bogeys and ended a tough day three shots behind Cameron Smith of Australia. Lahiri is now placed seventh at five-under-208.
         
    Lahiri, who came down with a stomach bug, staggered home with two birdies against three bogeys and two...
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  • Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 19-09-2014

    Lahiri in command at Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters

    Indian star Anirban Lahiri birdied three of his last five holes to maintain a tight grip in the weather-disrupted Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters on Friday.
     
    He holed a 20-feet birdie putt on the last hole for a three-under-par 68 to emerge as the second round leader on 10-under-par 132 in the RM 1.3 million (approximately US$410,000) Asian Tour eve...
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  • Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 18-09-2014

    Indians on top in Malaysia, Lahiri leads with opening 64, Chowrasia shoots 65 for joint second

    Indian star Anirban Lahiri enjoyed a birdie binge en route to a seven-under-par 64 for a two-shot lead after the first round of the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters on Thursday.
     
    The 27-year-old Lahiri, currently second on the Asian Tour's Order of Merit, sank 10 birdies against three bogeys at the Seri Selangor Golf Club to put himself in prime positi...
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  • Lucknow, 18-09-2014

    Arshpreet Thind registers impressive five-shot win for maiden title

    Arshpreet Thind (66-68-69) of Gurgaon secured his maiden title after an impressive five-shot victory at the Ansal API Feeder Tour Championship presented by The Palms Golf Club – Sushant Golf City in Lucknow. Thind posted a three-under-69 in the final round to take his total to 13-under-203 for the week.

    Delhi’s Gulfam (69-65-74) finished runner-up at eight-under-208 and as a result sealed the PGTI Feeder Tour...
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  • Lucknow, 17-09-2014

    Gulfam and Arshpreet Thind in the joint lead after round two

    Delhi’s Gulfam and Gurgaon-based Arshpreet Thind were the joint round two leaders at the Ansal API Feeder Tour Championship presented by The Palms Golf Club – Sushant Golf City. The two golfers ended round two with identical scores of 10-under-134 as Gulfam carded a sparkling seven-under-65 while Thind returned a solid four-under-68 on Wednesday. Bhanu Pratap Singh of Delhi is four shots off the lead in third place.
  • Lucknow, 16-09-2014

    Flawless opening rounds of 66 place Arshpreet Thind and Bhanu Pratap Singh on top

    Gurgaon-based Arshpreet Thind and Delhi’s Bhanu Pratap Singh produced flawless rounds of six-under-66 to set the pace in the opening round of the Ansal API Feeder Tour Championship presented by The Palms Golf Club – Sushant Golf City. Indore’s Aditya Singh Chauhan and Delhi golfer Amarjeet Baisoya were two shots off the lead in tied third place.

  • Lucknow, 15-09-2014

    Ansal API Feeder Tour Championship presented by The Palms Golf Club – Sushant Golf City begins on September 16

    The Ansal API Feeder Tour Championship presented by The Palms Golf Club – Sushant Golf City, the sixth and final event of the Professional Golf Tour of India’s (PGTI) 2014 Feeder Tour season, will be held from September 16 – 18, 2014, at The Palms Golf Club – an 18 hole international standard championship golf course located in Ansal API’s hi-tech township – Sushant Golf City, Lucknow. 
  • Taipei, 14-09-2014

    Lahiri tied fourth at Yeangder TPC, Rashid secures tied eighth

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (73-66-68-73) finished tied for fourth on eight-under-280 at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC), a US$500,000 Asian Tour event, on Sunday. Lahiri finished three shots behind the eventual winner Prom Meesawat of Thailand.

    Meesawat and Miguel Tabuena of the Philippines had ended the regulation 72 holes with ma...
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  • Taipei, 13-09-2014

    Lahiri in joint second going into the final round of Yeangder TPC

    India’s Anirban Lahiri (73-66-68) lies tied second, one behind leader Miguel Tabuena of the Philippines, after round three of the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC), a US$500,000 Asian Tour event. Lahiri shares second place with Thai veteran Thaworn Wiratchant at nine-under-207.
     
    Home hero Yeh Wei-tze is in joint fourth place along wit...
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  • Taipei, 12-09-2014

    Lahiri fires a 66 to be tied fourth at the halfway stage in Taipei

    Indian star Anirban Lahiri fired the low round of six-under-66 at the halfway stage of the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) to stay hot on the heels of the leaders on Friday.

    The four-time Asian Tour winner fired six birdies on his homeward nine for a two-day total of five-under-par 139 to stay two shots back from joint leaders Antonio La...
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  • Taipei, 11-09-2014

    Gangjee tied 11th in Taipei, four off the lead

    Rahil Gangjee shot a two-under-70 to be tied 11th in round one of the Asian Tour’s Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Taipei. Gangjee, the best placed Indian in the field, made three birdies and a bogey on Thursday. He was four shots behind the leader Elmer Salvador of the Philippines. 

    Rashid Khan was in joint 21st after a round of 71. Chiragh Kumar was a further shot back in tied 35th place. Jyoti Ra...
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  • Lucknow, 11-09-2014

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia wins maiden title after roller-coaster round

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia of Delhi bagged his maiden title after a roller-coaster final round at the PGTI Feeder Tour event at Lucknow Golf Club on Thursday. Sisodia came home the winner with an even-par-70 in round three that took his total score to six-under-204. Lucknow’s Sanjeev Kumar finished as the runner-up at his home course with a four-under-206 total.

  • Lucknow, 10-09-2014

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia opens three-shot lead with second straight 67

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia of Delhi extended his lead to three shots in round two of the PGTI Feeder Tour event being played at the Lucknow Golf Club. Sisodia fired a second straight three-under-67 to take his total to six-under-134. Lucknow golfers Manoj Kumar (three-under-137) and Sanjeev Kumar (two-under-138) were placed second and third respectively.

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  • Lucknow, 09-09-2014

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia fires three-under-67 for round one lead

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia of Delhi fired a three-under-67 to take the opening round lead at the PGTI Feeder Tour event being played at the Lucknow Golf Club. Lucknow’s Manoj Kumar was a shot off the lead in second place.

    Shivendra Singh Sisodia’s 67 featured six birdies and three bogeys. The 25-year-old Shivendra had the ideal start to the to...
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  • Lucknow, 08-09-2014

    PGTI Feeder Tour event at Lucknow Golf Club from September 9

    Prize purse of Rs. 6 lakh

    Sanjay Kumar and Vijay Kumar the top names in the field

    The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) will stage the fifth event of its 2014 Feeder Tour season at the Lucknow Golf Club from September 9 - 11, 2014. The tournament...
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  • Crans Montana, Switzerland, 07-09-2014

    Lahiri finishes tied 13th at European Masters, Randhawa is tied 21st

    Anirban Lahiri (70-67-68-64) fired his best score of the week on the last day of the European Masters to finish tied 13th at 11-under-269. Jyoti Randhawa (72-65-65-68) was the next best Indian in tied 21st place with a 10-under-270 total.
     
    American David Lipsky won the tournament after defeating Englishman Graeme Storm in a playoff. The two golfers went...
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  • Crans Montana, Switzerland, 06-09-2014

    Randhawa shoots second straight 65 for a share of 16th at European Masters

    India’s Jyoti Randhawa (72-65-65) returned a second straight five-under-65 in round three of the €2.3 million European Masters on Saturday. Randhawa was thus the best-placed Indian in tied 16th with a total of eight-under-202. He trails the leader Graeme Storm of England by eight strokes.

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  • Crans Montana, Switzerland, 05-09-2014

    Lahiri, Randhawa, Gangjee make the cut in Switzerland

    Three Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri (70-67), Jyoti Randhawa (72-65) and Rahil Gangjee (72-67) made it to the weekend rounds of the €2.3 million European Masters on Friday. While Lahiri and Randhawa were in tied 38th place at three-under-137, Gangjee was a further two shots behind in tied 64th place. Scotsman Richie Ramsay was the leader at 12-under-128.