• Nationality: India
  • Home Course: RCGC
  • Professional Since: 1995
  • Age: 51 years

Season history

Sr Date Tournament Status Pos Prize Money
1 21 Mar - 24 Mar,2024 Kolkata Challenge 2024* (PGTI & Challenge Tour Joint- Sanctioned) CUT 60 ₹73,455



•    Arjun Atwal was the Non-Playing Captain for Team Asia at the EurAsia Cup 2018.

•    Atwal finished runner-up at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 2017 (an event co-sanctioned by the European Tour, Asian Tour & Sunshine Tour).

•    Arjun went on to win the Asian Tour’s Dubai Open in 2014.

•    He made his Masters debut in 2011 and played his second PGA Championship the same year. He also achieved his highest world ranking of 106 in early 2011.

•    Atwal enjoyed an exceptional year on the PGA Tour in 2010. He created history by becoming the first Indian to win a title on the PGA Tour as he lifted the trophy at the Wyndham Championship. He shot a PGA Tour career-best nine-under-61 in round one of the event.

•    He also posted three other top-20s on the PGA Tour in 2010. His top-20 finishes came at the McGladrey Classic (tied third), the HP Byron Nelson Championship (tied seventh) and the Valero Texas Open (tied 17th). Atwal made his debut at the US Open in 2010.

•    Arjun registered two wins in 2008. He won the Maybank Malaysian Open on the European Tour and the Chattanooga Classic on the Nationwide Tour. He also recorded four other top-10s which included a tied fourth at the Henrico County Open (Nationwide Tour).

•    Atwal received the Arjuna Award in 2007.

•    He registered five top-20 finishes on the Nationwide Tour in 2007. These included a third place finish at the Legend Financial Group Classic and a tied sixth at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship.

•    In 2006 Atwal had three top-20 finishes on the PGA Tour including a tied fourth at the Buick Invitational. He also posted a tied 12th place finish at the HSBC Champions during the 2006 European Tour season.

•    Represented Asia against Europe at the 2006 Royal Trophy. 

•    Had an outstanding season on the PGA Tour in 2005 when he notched up five top-10 finishes. These included tied second at the BellSouth Classic where he lost out in a playoff and tied fifth at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. He made his debut at the PGA Championship in 2005.

•    Atwal represented India along with Jyoti Randhawa at the World Cup of Golf in 2005 (the first time India qualified directly for the event). The duo helped India secure a creditable ninth place. This has been the best performance by an Indian team at the World Cup so far.

•    He had a sixth place finish at the Chrysler - Greensboro and posted four other top-25s during his first season on the PGA Tour in 2004. He made his first Major appearance at the British Open in 2004.

•    In 2004 became the first Indian golfer to secure a PGA Tour card after finishing seventh at the Qualifying School.

•    Won the Asian Tour Order of Merit title in 2003 following two victories and three other top-10s. Victory at the Hero Honda Masters made him the first player on the Asian Tour to surpass US$1 million in career earnings. He had another impressive victory at the Carlsberg Malaysian Open in 2003 where he beat Retief Goosen. This was a joint-sanctioned event with the European Tour. Success at this event made him the first Asian to win twice on the European Tour.

•    Was a member of the victorious Asian team that defeated Japan in the 2003 Dynasty Cup.

•    In 2002 became only the second Indian golfer after Jeev Milkha Singh to earn membership of the European Tour but became the first Indian to win on the European Tour when he posted an emphatic five-stroke victory at the 2002 Caltex Singapore Masters.

•    Won the Asian Tour’s Hero Honda Masters and Star Alliance Open in 2000.

•    His first win on the Asian Tour came at the 1999 Wills Indian Open.

•    Finished tied second at the Asian Tour’s Guam Open in 1998.



International Wins

Indian Open 1999 (Asian Tour)
Hero Honda Masters 2000 (Asian Tour)
Star Alliance Open 2000 (Asian Tour)
Caltex Singapore Masters 2002 (European Tour & Asian Tour co-sanctioned)
Carlsberg Malaysian Open 2003 (European Tour & Asian Tour co-sanctioned)
Hero Honda Masters 2003 (Asian Tour)
Maybank Malaysian Open 2008 (European Tour & Asian Tour co-sanctioned)
Chattanooga Classic 2008 (Nationwide Tour)
Wyndham Championship 2010 (PGA Tour)
Dubai Open 2014 (Asian Tour)

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

DCM Open 1994-95
Classic Southern India Open 1997-98
Wills Eastern Open 2000-01