Local boy Shubhankar Sharma bags TAKE Open title with clinical final round performance
Aman Raj finishes runner-up
Shubhankar Sharma, the most experienced amongst the youngsters bunched in the top-5 after round three, finally came through at his home course, the Chandigarh Golf Club, on Sunday, to bag the prestigious TAKE Open Golf Championship 2017.
Shubhankar, an Asian Tour regular, posted a clinical five-under-67 in round four to overcome a two-shot overnight deficit and end up with a winning total of 12-under-276 at the Rs. 1 crore event.
Aman Raj seizes round three lead at TAKE Open with day's best 67 as young guns dominate leaderboard
Chandigarh boys Akshay Sharma & Shubhankar Sharma in hot pursuit
The penultimate round of the TAKE Open Golf Championship saw a new leader emerge in the form of Patna’s Aman Raj who seized the initiative with the day’s best score of five-under-67 at the Chandigarh Golf Club on Saturday. The 22-year-old Aman Raj, the 2016 PGTI Emerging Player of the Year, now leads the Rs. 1 crore event by one shot at nine-under-207.
The Chandigarh duo of Akshay Sharma, at eight-under-208, and Shubhankar Sharma, at seven-under-209, will be chasing the leader on the final day as the two golfers closed the third round in second and third place respectively.
Shubhankar Sharma continues in the lead, Divyanshu Bajaj joins him at the top on day two of TAKE Open
Chandigarh’s Shubhankar Sharma kept up the intensity for the second day running to continue in the joint lead at the Rs. 1 crore TAKE Open Golf Championship being played at the Chandigarh Golf Club. Shubhankar, who posted a two-under-70 in round two, was joined by Kolkata’s Divyanshu Bajaj at the top of the leaderboard as the latter carded a five-under-67.
Shubhankar and Divyanshu had a two-day tally of six-under-138 and thus led the field by one shot.
Akshay Sharma (71), another Chandigarh golfer, occupied tied third place along with Noida’s Rahul Bajaj (67) at five-...
Shubhankar Sharma, Dipankar Kaushal set the pace in round one of TAKE Open
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Local lad Shubhankar and Noida’s Dipankar jointly led the field by one stroke as a bunch of five players including Chandigarh’s Sujjan Singh, Delhi’s Vikram Rana, Pradeep Kumar of Noida, Kolkata’s Md Sanju and Veer Ahlawat of Gurgaon,...
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