Panasonic Open India 2018* (PGTI-Asian Tour Joint Sanctioned)

  • Golf Course: Delhi Golf Club
  • Venue: Delhi
  • Prize Money: US$ 4,00,000
  • Start Date: 25-Oct-2018
  • End Date: 28-Oct-2018
  • Tour Format: Stroke Play

Tournaments News

  • New Delhi, 28-10-2018

    Khalin Joshi breaks victory barrier with a gallant 68 in final round of Panasonic Open India, India's stranglehold continues at event

    Ajeetesh Sandhu secures tied third, Aman Raj is fifth, debutant Kshitij Naveed Kaul claims tied sixth

    Indian golfers maintained their stranglehold over the Asian Tour’s Panasonic Open India trophy as Bengaluru lad Khalin Joshi broke the victory barrier at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) on Sunday. 

    Joshi, who had been runner-up on the Asian Tour on two previous occasions, produced a gallant final round performance of four-under-68 at the US$ 400,000 event to seal the title with a one-shot margin. His total of 17-under-271 was the joint lowest in the history of the tournament as he equaled Shiv Kapur’s record from last year.
  • New Delhi, 27-10-2018

    Khalin Joshi pulls off day's best 64, joins Siddikur Rahman at the top

    Ajeetesh Sandhu in hot pursuit in third, Aman Raj also in top-5

    India’s Khalin Joshi pulled off the third round’s best score of eight-under-64 at the Panasonic Open India 2018 to get within striking range of his first Asian Tour title.

    Joshi’s exceptional effort at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) on Saturday raised Indian hopes as he joined Bangladesh’s Md Siddikur Rahman (70) at the top of the leaderboard at 13-under-203.

    There was a strong Indian presence in the top-5 as Ajeetesh Sandhu con...

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  • New Delhi, 26-10-2018

    Ajeetesh Sandhu fires second straight 67 to be on the leaders' tail in round two

    Rashid Khan also in top-5, Jeev Milkha Singh rises to tied sixth

    India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu continued his rich vein of form at the Panasonic Open India 2018 as he fired a second successive round of five-under-67 to be placed third, one behind the leaders, at 10-under-134.

    Suradit Yongcharoenchai (67) of Thailand continued in the lead for the second day running with a tally of 11-under-133. Bangladesh’s Md Siddikur Rahman returned a top-class 66 to join Suradit at the top of the pack at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC)..

  • New Delhi, 25-10-2018

    Ajeetesh Sandhu, Tapy Ghai excel on day one of Panasonic Open India, lie tied second, one off the pace

    Veer Ahlawat and Rashid Khan in tied fifth with scores of 68

    The Indian duo of Ajeetesh Sandhu and Tapy Ghai excelled on day one of the Asian Tour's Panasonic Open India.

    Sandhu, a winner on the Asian Tour and last year's joint runner-up and young Ghai, playing only his second season as a professional, shot scores of five-under-67 at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) on Thursday to be placed tied second.

    The lead was held by Thailand's Suradit Yongcharoenchai at six-under-66.
  • New Delhi, 24-10-2018

    Panasonic Open India 2018: Player Quotes - Wednesday

    Here is what two top contenders at this week's Panasonic Open India - Ajeetesh Sandhu and Md Siddikur Rahman - had to say, on Wednesday.
    Ajeetesh Sandhu (Ind)

    It’s always a nice feeling to be playing at home. I have played here so many times now so it’s almost like a home course not just for me but in fact, for all of us on the Asian Tour. It’s nice to be back.
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  • New Delhi, 23-10-2018


    The Panasonic Open India is set to deliver another exciting week of top-notch golfing action when it gets underway for its eighth consecutive edition on the Asian Tour starting Thursday.

    The highly-rated event, which forms part of the unique Panasonic Swing, will see leading stars from India challenging for top honours against a strong international field made up of players from 17 other countries at the venerable Delhi Golf Club.

    Sanctioned by th...

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  • New Delhi, 23-10-2018

    Panasonic Open India 2018: Player Quotes - Tuesday

    Here is what the Indian trio of Shiv Kapur, Viraj Madappa and Kshitij Naveed Kaul, had to say, at the Panasonic Open India 2018 press conference on Tuesday:


    Shiv Kapur (Ind)

    It was a pretty amazing win last year. I replayed the videos of my victory again and it got me some goosebumps and some fond memories came back. It was special to win on your home course, in front of your family and friends. It was a dream for me to win here.

    I have seen so many of my friends win here a...

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