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  • Mumbai, 07-12-2014

    Anil Bajrang Mane leads his team to victory at the Pro-Am event of the CG Open 2014

    The Pro-Am event of the CG Open 2014 was won by Mumbai-based professional Anil Bajrang Mane and his team at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club on Sunday.

    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 the...
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  • Mumbai, 06-12-2014

    Chikkarangappa successfully defends title at CG Open 2014, leads Rolex Rankings and Super Series

    Bangalore’s Chikkarangappa S successfully defended his title at the Rs. 1 crore CG Open 2014 with a final round of four-under-66 at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club. Chikkarangappa, who totaled 17-under-263 at the penultimate event of the 2014 PGTI Super Series, emerged leader in the Rolex Rankings and the Super Series post his win on Saturday.

    Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow shattered the course record with a sensational...
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  • Mumbai, 05-12-2014

    C Muniyappa fires an ace and smashes course record 61 to seize third round lead

    Bangalore’s C Muniyappa fired a hole-in-one en route his course record score of nine-under-61 to seize the third round lead at the Rs. 1 crore CG Open, the penultimate event of the 2014 PGTI Super Series, being played at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club. Muniyappa, a former Indian Open champion, emerged a top contender for the title after his third round effort that moved his total to 14-under-196. Defending champion Chikkarangappa, who also hails fr...

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  • Mumbai, 04-12-2014

    Om Prakash Chouhan and Sanjay Kumar shine with scores of 64, share second round lead at CG Open

    Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow and Lucknow’s Sanjay Kumar shared the spoils in round two of the Rs. 1 crore CG Open, the penultimate event of the 2014 PGTI Super Series, after firing matching scores of six-under-64. Chouhan and Sanjay were joint leaders at the halfway stage at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club as their total scores moved to 10-under-130. Mukesh Kumar, another Mhow-based professional, occupied third place at eight-under-132.
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  • Mumbai, 03-12-2014

    Randhir Singh Ghotra shoots six-under-64 to grab day one lead at CG Open

    Randhir Singh Ghotra of Chandigarh shot a six-under-64 to grab the lead on day one of the CG Open, the penultimate event of the 2014 PGTI Super Series, being played at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club. The Chandigarh duo of Abhijit Singh Chadha and Ajeetesh Sandhu occupied joint second place along with Delhi’s Shamim Khan at five-under-65.

    Randhir Singh Ghotra, who came into the tournament, looking to improve upon hi...
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  • Mumbai, 02-12-2014

    CG and PGTI announce CG Open 2014

    • Prize purse of Rs 1 crore
    • Penultimate Super Series event of 2014
    • Line-up includes Rashid Khan...
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  • Khon Kaen, Thailand, 30-11-2014

    Anirban Lahiri claims joint runner-up finish at King's Cup

    Anirban Lahiri of India came close to winning his third Asian Tour title of the year at the King’s Cup but finally had to settle for a joint runners-up finish as veteran and local favourite Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand sealed a two-shot victory with a 20-under-268 total at the US$ 500,000 Asian Tour event. 

    Wiratchant brought all his experience to the fore as he posted a final round of five-under-67 to upstag...
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  • Khon Kaen, Thailand, 29-11-2014

    Lahiri continues in the lead on penultimate day of King's Cup

    India’s Anirban Lahiri set up a mouth-watering showdown with some of Thailand’s finest golfers after taking a slender one-shot lead with a third round four-under-par 68 at the King’s Cup on Saturday.
     
    Thaworn Wiratchant, a 17-time Asian Tour winner, is ready to deny Lahiri’s title ambitions as he carded a flawless 66 to take seco...
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  • Khon Kaen, Thailand, 28-11-2014

    Lahiri on top at halfway stage of King's Cup

    India’s Anirban Lahiri took the outright lead by signing for a five-under-67 after the second round of the King’s Cup at the Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf Club on Friday.
     
    The five-time Asian Tour winner, who shared the overnight lead with compatriot SSP Chowrasia, compiled a two-day total of 12-under-132 to take pole position on his own, holdi...
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  • Khon Kaen, Thailand, 27-11-2014

    Indian duo of Chowrasia and Lahiri shine on opening day at King's Cup

    The Indian duo of SSP Chowrasia and Anirban Lahiri, both winners on the Asian Tour in 2014, fired an ominous warning to their rivals when they took a share of the opening round lead at the King’s Cup on Thursday.
     
    Chowrasia charged into the early morning lead with a seven-under-65 while Lahiri, who had an afternoon start, enjoyed a flawless round...
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  • Manila, The Philippines, 23-11-2014

    Chiragh Kumar posts tied ninth at Resorts World Manila Masters

    Chiragh Kumar shot scores of 72, 71, 67 and 70 to post a tied ninth finish at the Asian Tour's Resorts World Manila Masters. Chiragh totaled eight-under-280 for the week to secure his best finish on the Asian Tour in 2014.

    Mardan Mamat of Singapore won the event with a total of 20-under-268.

    Shiv Kapur claimed tied 20th place at seven-under-281.

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  • Digboi, Assam, 23-11-2014

    Karan Taunk's team wins Pro-Am event of IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014

    The Pro-Am event of the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014 was won by professional Karan Taunk and his team.

    The Pro-Am event was played in the Team Stableford format with each team comprising of one professional and three amateurs.

    PGTI member Karan T...
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  • Manila, The Philippines, 22-11-2014

    Shiv Kapur in tied 13th at Resorts World Manila Masters

    Shiv Kapur's third round effort of five-under-67 helped him move up from tied 29th place to tied 13th place at the Asian Tour's Resorts World Manila Masters. Kapur's three-day total of seven-under-209 places him 10 shots behind the leader Mardan Mamat of Singapore.

    Chiragh Kumar also shot a 67 to jump from tied 41st to tied 21st. His 54-hole total reads six-under-210.

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  • Digboi, Assam, 22-11-2014

    Shamim Khan eases to five-shot win at IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014

    Delhi’s Shamim Khan wrapped up his 10th title in style after easing to a five-shot victory in the final round of the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014 at the Digboi Golf Links. Shamim signed off with a rock-solid one-under-71 in round four of the Rs. 30 lakh PGTI event to finish with a tournament total of 13-under-275. Kolkata’s Shankar Das, who finished runner-up at eight-under-280 after returning an ordinary four-over-76 on Saturday, went pa...

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  • Manila, The Philippines, 21-11-2014

    Arjun Atwal and Rashid Khan in tied 15th in Manila

    The Indian duo of Arjun Atwal and Rashid Khan are in tied 15th place at four-under-140 after two rounds of the Asian Tour's Resorts World Manila Masters. Atwal and Rashid trail the co-leaders Singaporean Mardan Mamat and South Korean Jeung-hun Wang by seven shots.

    While Arjun moved up 30 places from overnight tied 45th after a second round of four-under-68, Rashid held on to tied 15th as a result of his one...

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  • Digboi, Assam, 21-11-2014

    Shamim Khan jumps into contention with a 66, shares third round lead with Shankar Das

    Delhi's Shamim Khan fired a top-class six-under-66 to throw his hat in the ring in round three of the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014. Shamim's three-day total of 12-under-204 placed him in the joint lead along with Kolkata's Shankar Das who shot a two-under-70 on Friday at the Digboi Golf Links. Rookie Karan Taunk of Jamshedpur was two shots off the lead in third place.

    Shamim Khan (69-69-66), a winner of nin...

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  • Girona, Spain, 21-11-2014

    Anirban Lahiri earns European Tour card for 2015

    Anirban Lahiri continued his dream run in 2014 by earning a European Tour card for the first time in his career after finishing inside the top-25 at the European Tour Q-School Final Stage in Girona, Spain. Lahiri (65-68-66-73-75-72) carded an even-par-72 in the sixth and final round of the event on Thursday to claim tied 16th place at nine-under-419.

    Mikko Korhonen of Finland won the event with a 20-under-408 total.

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  • Manila, The Philippines, 20-11-2014

    Himmat Rai best-placed Indian in round 1 of Resorts World Manila Masters

    Himmat Rai carded a four-under-68 in round one of the Asian Tour's Resorts World Manila Masters to be the highest-placed Indian in tied 10th position. He was three behind the co-leaders Mardan Mamat of Singapore and Japanese Daisuke Kataoka.

    Himmat, a winner on the Asian Tour, submitted a card with five birdies and a bogey in the first round to end the day in a strong position.

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  • Digboi, Assam, 20-11-2014

    Shankar Das enjoys two-shot advantage at halfway stage

    Kolkata’s Shankar Das followed up his opening round 65 with a three-under-69 in round two to enjoy a two-shot advantage at the halfway stage of the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014. Das totaled 10-under-134 for two days at the Digboi Golf Links.

    Jaipur’s Vishal Singh shot the day’s joint best score of 67 to be placed second at eight-under-136.

    The cut fell at three-over-147. F...
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  • Girona, Spain, 19-11-2014

    Anirban Lahiri stays on course for top-25 finish and maiden European Tour card despite slipping on day five

    Anirban Lahiri stayed on course for a top-25 finish and his maiden European Tour card despite slipping from joint second to tied 11th in round five of the European Tour Q-School Final Stage in Girona, Spain.

    Lahiri (65-68-66-73-75) carded a three-over-75 in round five to take his total to nine-under-347. Anirban, the sole Indian to make the cut after four rounds, trails the leader Renato Paratore of Italy by eig...

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  • Digboi, Assam, 19-11-2014

    Shankar Das takes flight with a seven-under-65, leads by three

    Shankar Das of Kolkata fired a blistering seven-under-65 in round one of the IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2014 to open up a three-shot lead at the top at the Digboi Golf Links. Abhinav Lohan of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurgaon, was in second place at four-under-68.

    The tournament was inaugurated on Wednesday morning by Mr. S S Bapat, Executive Director, (CC and Branding), IOCL and Mr. Barun Barpujari, Executive Di...
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  • Girona, Spain, 18-11-2014

    Lahiri holds on to tied second on day four of European Tour Q-School

    Anirban Lahiri (65-68-66-73) of India, followed up three sub-par rounds with a contrasting one-over-73 on day four of the European Tour Q-School in Spain. Despite Lahiri’s 73 in round four, he hung on to joint second place with a total of 12-under-272. Matt Ford of England was in the lead at 13-under-271. Italian Renato Paratore shared second place with Lahiri.

  • Girona, Spain, 17-11-2014

    Lahiri lies second, one off the lead, after three rounds of European Tour Q-School

    Anirban Lahiri (65-68-66) of India was placed second at 13-under-199 after three rounds of the European Tour Q-School in Spain. World Number 75 Lahiri, fired a four-under-66 on day three to trail the leader Pelle Edberg of Sweden by one shot.

    The Indian golfer has already won twice this season on the Asian Tour and lies second on the Asian Tour Order o...
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  • Digboi, Assam, 17-11-2014

    IndianOil and PGTI announce 15th IndianOil SERVO Masters Golf 2014

    • Prize money is Rs. 30 lakh
    • Top names in the field include Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar and Shankar Das

    The 15th edition of  IndianOil SERVO Masters Golf 2014 will be held from 19th to 22nd November, 2014, at the Digboi Golf Links under the aegis of the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI). The prize money for the tournament is Rs. 30 lakh. The Pro-Am event will be held on 23rd...
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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 16-11-2014

    C Muniyappa leads his team to victory at the Pro-Am event of Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2014

    The Pro-Am event of the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2014 played at the Shillong Golf Course on Sunday was won by professional C Muniyappa’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 w...
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  • Chiangmai, Thailand, 16-11-2014

    Rashid Khan triumphs at Chiangmai Golf Classic, claims second title of the year & first overseas win

    Rashid Khan of India produced an extraordinary effort of four-under-68 on the final day of the Chiangmai Golf Classic to claim his second Asian Tour title. Rashid, who posted his first overseas win on Sunday, totaled 17-under-271 for the week. Jyoti Randhawa’s joint runner-up finish at 16-under-272 made it two Indians in the top-3. Randhawa shot a 69 in the final round to share second place with Thai golfer Thanyakon Khrongpha. 

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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 15-11-2014

    Khan and Randhawa hot on the heels of leader Khrongpha at Chiangmai Golf Classic

    The Indian duo of Rashid Khan and overnight leader Jyoti Randhawa are placed two shots off the lead, in joint second place, at the Chiangmai Golf Classic. 

    Rashid, who produced a superb 66, and Jyoti, who carded a solid 70, kept themselves in contention at the US$750,000 Asian Tour event as they totaled 13-under-203 for three rounds. Thailand&rsqu...
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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 15-11-2014

    Sanjay Kumar posts super 65 on final day to register impressive five-shot victory

    Lucknow golfer Sanjay Kumar came up with an outstanding final round score of five-under-65 to register a comprehensive five-shot win at the Rs. 40 lakh Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2014. Sanjay ended the week with a total score of 16-under-264 at the richest tournament to be staged in North-East India. Mukesh Kumar of Mhow, Madhya Pradesh, finished a distant second at 11-under-269 after returning a 67 in round four. 

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  • Chiangmai, Thailand, 14-11-2014

    Jyoti Randhawa charges into contention at Chiangmai Golf Classic, leads by one

    Jyoti Randhawa of India charged into contention with a flawless seven-under-par 65 to seize a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the US$750,000 Chiangmai Golf Classic presented by PTT on Friday.
     
    The 2002 Asian Tour number one birdied the last two holes from close range for an 11-under-par 133 total, which was one shot ahead of local talent Thanyakon...
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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 14-11-2014

    Sanjay Kumar two shots clear on penultimate day, emerges firm favourite for title

    Lucknow golfer Sanjay Kumar’s bogey-free 67 in round three ensured he stayed two shots clear of the rest of the field at the Rs. 40 lakh Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2014. Sanjay’s three-day total stands at 11-under-199 at the richest tournament to be staged in North-East India. Sri Lankan K Prabagaran and Mukesh Kumar of Mhow stayed in the hunt as they occupied second and third places at nine-under-201 and eight-under-202 respec...

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  • Chiangmai, Thailand, 13-11-2014

    Khan, Randhawa off to flying starts at Chiangmai Golf Classic

    The Indian duo of Rashid Khan and Jyoti Randhawa got off to flying starts at the Chiagmai Golf Classic with opening rounds of four-under-68. Khan and Randhawa were two off the lead in joint fourth place. The lead was shared by Thailand's Sattaya Supupramai and Indonesian George Gandranata at six-under-66.

    While Rashid produced a bogey-free round, Jyoti mixed six birdies with two bogeys on day one.

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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 13-11-2014

    Sanjay Kumar powers ahead with second straight 66

    Lucknow's Sanjay Kumar fired a second straight four-under-66 to make his way to the top of the leaderboard in round two of the Rs. 40 lakh Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2014. Sanjay's eight-under-132 total placed him two shots ahead of Sri Lankan K Prabagaran who shot a second successive 67 on day two.

    The cut was declared at four-over-144 at the richest tournament to be staged in India's North-Eastern region. Fift...
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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 12-11-2014

    Mukesh Kumar shoots 64, opens up two-shot lead in round one

    Mukesh Kumar of Mhow shot a six-under-64 in the opening round of the Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2014 to open up a two-shot lead. Abhishek Kuhar of Gurgaon, Lucknow's Sanjay Kumar and Kolkata's Mohammad Sanju fired scores of four-under-66 to be tied second at the Shillong Golf Course.

    The seasoned Mukesh Kumar, a winner of over 100 titles in India, came out firing on all cylinders as he landed it within five feet...
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  • Shillong, Meghalaya, 11-11-2014

    Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2014 marks return of professional golf to Shillong

    PGTI makes its debut in Meghalaya 
    Strong field expected as professional golf returns to Shillong after nine years 

    The...
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  • Shanghai, China, 09-11-2014

    Lahiri signs off with a 70 to finish joint 28th at WGC-HSBC Champions

    India’s Anirban Lahiri wrapped up his challenge with a two-under-70 in testing conditions at the US$8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions on Sunday.

    Lahiri’s four-day total of even-par-288 saw him finish tied for 28th place and brought about mixed emotions for the five-time Asian Tour winner, who was playing in his first World Golf Championship at...
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  • New Delhi, 09-11-2014

    SSP Chowrasia saves his best for last, prevails in playoff to win third international title

    India’s SSP Chowrasia saved his best for the last as he followed up an astounding six-under-66 in the final round with a gritty playoff performance to bag his third international title at the Panasonic Open India played at the Delhi Golf Club. Rahil Gangjee of India and PGTI member Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka finished joint runners-up after losing out in the playoff to Chowrasia at US$ 300,000 event cosanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGTI. The...
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  • Shanghai, China, 08-11-2014

    Anirban drops to tied 34th at WGC-HSBC Champions

    After enjoying a brief resurgence with a second round 70, Anirban  Lahiri (74-70-74) stumbled to a 74 in round three of the US$ 8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions on Saturday. Lahiri, now placed 34th at two-over-218, trails the leader Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland by 13 strokes.
     
    The Indian, a five-time Asian Tour winner, started off promisingly...
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  • New Delhi, 08-11-2014

    Rahil Gangjee enjoys slim one-shot advantage heading into the final round

    India's Rahil Gangjee battled hard for a one-under-71 to enjoy a one-stroke advantage on day three of the Panasonic Open India 2014. Gangjee's three-day total at the US$ 300,000 event, jointly sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGTI, stood at 11-under-205.

    There was a four-way tie for second place at 10-under-206 between Shubhankar Sharma of India, PGTI members Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh and Mithun Pe...

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  • New Delhi, 07-11-2014

    Gangjee fires 68 to stay two ahead in round two

    India’s Rahil Gangjee followed up his opening round of six-under-66 with a determined four-under-68 in round two of the US$ 300,000 Panasonic Open India to maintain his two-shot lead at the top. Gangjee’s two-day total stood at 10-under-134. Defending champion Wade Ormsby of Australia lies second at eight-under-136 at the event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the PGTI. Indian amateur Pratap Atwal is in tied third along with Sri Lankan Mith...

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  • Shanghai, China, 07-11-2014

    Lahiri stays in the hunt after a 70 in round 2 of WGC-HSBC Champions

    India’s Anirban Lahiri got his campaign back on track after signing for a second round two-under-par 70 at the US$8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions on Friday.
     
    The five-time Asian Tour winner cut a frustrating figure after he opened with a 74 but stayed resolute and bounced back with a two-day total of even-par 144 to share 27th place with a group of...
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  • New Delhi, 06-11-2014

    Rahil Gangjee shoots 66 to lead on day one of the Panasonic Open India

    India’s Rahil Gangjee began his campaign at the Panasonic Open India with a terrific six-under-66 in the opening round to be the leader by two shots. Gangjee’s compatriot Rashid Khan was in joint second at four-under-68 along with Bangladesh’s Zamal Hossain Mollah, defending champion Wade Ormsby of Australia and Singapore’s Choo Tze Huang at the US$ 300,000 event jointly sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGTI.
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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. 

    The curtain raiser...
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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.

    Lahiri, second on the Asian...
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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.

    Au...

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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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