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SANJAY KUMAR

  • Nationality: India
  • Home Course: LUCKNOW GOLF CLUB
  • Professional Since: 1987
  • Age: 50 years

Season history

Sr Date Tournament Status Pos Prize Money
1 05 Feb - 08 Feb,2020 Vooty & Haldi presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 powered by Telangana Tourism CUT 15 ₹ 59,800
2 11 Feb - 14 Feb,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Eagleton - The Golf Resort - - ₹ 0
3 12 Mar - 15 Mar,2020 Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 CUT 35 ₹ 25,350
4 04 Nov - 07 Nov,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Panchkula Golf Club - - ₹ 0
5 09 Nov - 12 Nov,2020 Tata Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Chandigarh Golf Club CUT 50 ₹ 10,250
6 03 Dec - 06 Dec,2020 Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2020 presented by TAKE - - ₹ 0
7 17 Dec - 20 Dec,2020 Tata Steel Tour Championship 2020 - - ₹ 0
8 16 Feb - 19 Feb,2021 Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2021 presented by Gujarat Tourism - - ₹ 0
9 23 Feb - 26 Feb,2021 Glade One Masters 2021 CUT 23 ₹ 35,550
10 16 Mar - 19 Mar,2021 Prometheus School presents Delhi-NCR Open 2021 - - ₹ 0
11 02 Sep - 05 Sep,2021 Golconda Masters Telangana Open 2021 presented by Vooty & Haldi - - ₹ 0
12 08 Sep - 11 Sep,2021 TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship 2021 presented by Govt. of Haryana & Panchkula Golf Club - - ₹ 0
13 15 Sep - 18 Sep,2021 J&K Open 2021 presented by J&K Tourism - - ₹ 0
14 05 Oct - 08 Oct,2021 TATA Steel PGTI MP Cup 2021 presented by Delhi Golf Club supported by Just In Time Sports Foundation - - ₹ 0
15 12 Oct - 15 Oct,2021 Jaipur Open 2021 - - ₹ 0
₹ 1,30,950

About

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS


•    He posted a tied fifth finish at the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open 2017.

 

•    Sanjay recorded four top-10s on the PGTI in 2016.

 

•    Kumar had a runner-up finish at the PGTI Players Championship Presented by Kensville Golf & Country Club 2015.

 

•    Sanjay won the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2014 and had four other top-10s in the season including a joint runner-up finish at the PGTI Cochin Masters. He finished 11th in the PGTI Order of Merit in 2014.

 

•    He claimed 17th place on the 2013 PGTI Order of Merit after four top-10s on the PGTI including a third place finish at the PGTI - Eagleburg Open. He finished tied 11th at the Asian Tour’s Indian Open 2013. He won the PGTI Feeder Tour event at Lucknow for the second year running in 2013.

 

•    Sanjay was placed 12th on the PGTI Order of Merit 2012 thanks to his eight top-10s on the PGTI. His best result was the joint runner-up finish at the Standard Chartered Open. He also registered a tied fifth finish at the Panasonic Open India and a 10th place at the Indian Open, both on the Asian Tour. He won the Feeder Tour event at Lucknow in 2012.

 

•    Sanjay claimed 11th place on the PGTI Order of Merit 2011 after securing a win at the PGTI Players Championship presented by Rambagh Golf Club (Jaipur) and posting six other top-10s in the season.

 

•    He secured seventh place at the SAIL Open 2010 (Asian Tour).

 

•    Sanjay posted five top-10s in the 2010 PGTI season to finish 14th on the Rolex Rankings. His best results came at the LG Masters of PGTI (second) and the American Express Bangladesh Open (tied third).

 

•    In the 2009 PGTI season Sanjay was tied second at the Bangladesh Open and finished second at the PGTI Players Championship presented by Tollygunge Club.

 

•    He posted a tied 10th finish at the Indian Open 2008 (Asian Tour).

 

•    The Lucknow golfer was placed second at Tamil Nadu Open Golf Championship in 2008. He also finished tied 10th at the Asian Tour’s Indian Open 2008.

 

•    He won the BT Honda Pro-Am in March 2008.

 

•    In the 2006-07 season of the PGTI, Sanjay recorded a tied third at the Solaris Global Green Open Golf Championship and was tied fifth at the SRF All India Matchplay Championship.

 

•    Sanjay won the SRF All India Matchplay Championship in 2004-05 and finished eighth on the Indian Professional Tour’s Order of Merit that season.

 

•    He won the BT Pro-Am in 2003-04.

 

•    He triumphed at the Indian Oil Servo Masters in 2000-01 to finish sixth on the Indian Professional Tour’s Order of Merit.

 

•    He won the Color Plus Open in 1998-99 and as a result finished 11th on the Indian Professional Tour’s Order of Merit.

 

 

Indian Tour Wins till 2005-06 season (Prior to PGTI)

Color Plus Open 1998-99
IndianOil Servo Masters 2000-01
BT Pro-Am 2003-04
SRF All India Matchplay 2004-05


PGTI Wins

BT Honda Pro-Am 2007-08
PGTI Players Championship Presented by Rambagh Golf Club 2011
Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2014
 

PGTI Feeder Tour Wins

PGTI Feeder Tour – Lucknow 2012
PGTI Feeder Tour – Lucknow 2013