• Nationality: India
  • Home Course: DLF GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
  • Professional Since: 2016
  • Age: 28 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 5 ₹10,12,600
2 28 Mar - 31 Mar,2024 Hero Indian Open 2024* (PGTI & DPWT Joint-Sanctioned) CUT 2 ₹61,69,667
3 03 Apr - 06 Apr,2024 Nissan presents Chandigarh Open 2024 hosted by Chandigarh Golf Club - - ₹0
4 10 Apr - 13 Apr,2024 Nissan presents Delhi-NCR Open 2024 CUT 1 ₹15,00,000




  • Veer Ahlawat won the Pune Open 2022. His four other top-10s on the PGTI during the season included a joint runner-up finish at the season-ending TATA Steel Tour Championship. As a result, Ahlawat took sixth place in the 2022 TATA Steel PGTI Rankings.


  • Veer secured tied sixth at The DGC Open 2022. His three other top-10s on the Asian Tour the same year were tied eighth finishes at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters and Bangladesh Open and tied 10th at the Indonesian Masters.


  • In the 2020-21 Asian Tour season, Veer claimed tied fifth at the SMBC Singapore Open and tied eighth at the Blue Canyon Championship. He thus finished 22nd on the Asian Tour money list.


  • Ahlawat had 11 top-10s on the 2020-21 PGTI season which helped him take fifth place in the PGTI Order of Merit. He had three runner-up finishes at the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 presented by Eagleton – The Golf Resort, TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship 2021 presented by Govt. of Haryana & Panchkula Golf Club and J&K Open 2021 presented by J&K Tourism. He also finished third at the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2021.


  • Veer won the IndianOil SERVO Masters 2019. He posted five other top-10s during the season to finish fifth in the TATA Steel PGTI Rankings. His tied eighth at the Panasonic Open India was his best result on the Asian Tour.


  • Ahlawat finished runner-up at the City Bank American Express Chittagong Open 2018. His five other top-10s during the season saw him claim 16th place in the PGTI’s merit list.


  • Veer’s four top-10s on the PGTI in 2017 helped him secure 18th place in the money list. His best result of the season was runner-up at the IndianOil SERVO Masters where he lost out to Shamim Khan in a playoff.


  • He posted four top-10s in his rookie season on the PGTI in 2016 to finish 32nd on the Order of Merit.





IndianOil SERVO Masters 2019

Pune Open 2022