- Honey Baisoya’s best result on the PGTI in 2022 was seventh place at the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship at the Panchkula Golf Club. He had one other top-10 on the PGTI during the season. Baisoya also claimed tied eighth at the Asian Tour’s Yeangder TPC in 2022.
- Honey won the J&K Open 2021 presented by J&K Tourism. He claimed two other top-10s during the 2020-21 PGTI season.
- In 2019, Baisoya had a runner-up finish on the PGTI at the Bengal Open. His two other top-10s included a third place finish at the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open.
- Honey secured victories in back-to-back weeks for the second time in his career when he triumphed at the Pune Open and Delhi-NCR Open in 2018. His six other top-10s in the season featured two runner-up finishes at the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club and Jaipur Open presented by Rajasthan Tourism. He thus took seventh place on the PGTI’s merit list.
- Baisoya secured tied sixth finishes at the Asian Tour’s TAKE Solutions Masters and AB Bank Bangladesh Open in 2018.
- In the 2017 PGTI season, Honey won both the PGTI Players Championship events at Noida Golf Course and posted five other top-10s to finish fourth in the PGTI Rankings. He also finished runner-up at the Jaipur Open and Bengaluru Open.
- He had two top-10s on the Asian Tour the same year with the tied eighth finish at the TAKE Solutions Masters being his best result.
- With seven top-10s on the PGTI including wins in back-to-back weeks at the Chief Ministers Meghalaya Open and IndianOil SERVO Masters and a runner-up finish at the Express Exclusive presents Chennai Open, Baisoya took fifth place in the 2016 PGTI Rankings.
- In 2016, he claimed fifth place at the Asian Tour’s Panasonic Open India.
- Honey ended 21st in the 2015 PGTI Order of Merit following two top-10s which featured a season-best tied third at the CG Open.
- Baisoya registered two top-10s in his rookie season on the PGTI in 2013 that included a tied fifth finish at the 12th TATA Open.
- He won the Eastern India Amateur in 2011 at the age of 14 to become one of the youngest players to win the event.
Chief Ministers Meghalaya Open Golf 2016
IndianOil SERVO Masters 2016
PGTI Players Championship – Noida Golf Course 2017 (February)
PGTI Players Championship – Noida Golf Course 2017 (September)
Pune Open 2018
Delhi-NCR Open 2018
J&K Open 2021 presented by J&K Tourism