Vooty & Haldi presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 powered by Telangana Tourism
- Golf Course: Hyderabad Golf Club
- Venue: Hyderabad
- Prize Money: INR 40 Lacs
- Start Date: 05-Feb-2020
- End Date: 08-Feb-2020
- Tour Format: Stroke Play
Pune’s Udayan Mane reigned supreme at the Hyderabad Golf Club (HGC) on Saturday as he posted a clinical four-under-67 to make it back-to-back titles on the TATA Steel PGTI with victory at the Vooty & Haldi Presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 Powered by Telangana Tourism.
Mane, who closed the week with a total of 17-under-267, bagged his ninth professional title with a two-shot margin at the season-opening Rs. 40 lakh event. It was the 28-year-old’s second win at the Golconda Masters following his 2018 triumph. Udayan had also won PGTI’s last event, the 2019 season-ending Tour Championship in Jamshedpur in December.
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Gurugram’s Veer Ahlawat posted a classy five-under-66 to surge ahead in round three of the Vooty & Haldi Presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 Powered by Telangana Tourism being played at the Hyderabad Golf Club (HGC). Ahlawat held a one-shot lead at 14-under-199.
Pune’s Udayan Mane delivered a 65 on the windiest day of the tournament to be placed second at 13-under-200 at the season-opening Rs. 40 lakh event.
Halfway leader Khalin Joshi of Bengaluru slipped to third place after a round of 71 took his total to 11-under-202.
Veer Ahlawat (65-68-66), lying second and two off the lead...Read More
Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi posted a four-under-67 to take centrestage in round two of the Vooty & Haldi Presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 Powered by Telangana Tourism being played at the Hyderabad Golf Club (HGC). Joshi grabbed a two-shot lead as his halfway total stood at 11-under-131.
Gurugram’s Veer Ahlawat fired a 68 to move into second place at nine-under-133.
Shamim Khan produced the day’s best score of 63 to rise to tied third at eight-under-134. The three others in joint third were Kolkata’s Shankar Das, Bengaluru’s Trishul Chinnappa and Chandigarh’s Angad Cheema.
Karandeep Kochhar of Chandigarh, who capped his career-best season last year with a fourth-place finish on the TATA Steel PGTI Order of Merit, showed signs of carrying forward his hot form into the 2020 season as he struck a masterly eight-under-63 to seize the first round lead at the season-opening Vooty & Haldi Presents Golconda Masters 2020 Powered by Telangana Tourism being played at the Hyderabad Golf Club (HGC).
The 20-year-old Kochhar, who became the youngest-ever winner on the PGTI back in 2016 at age 17 years and five months while still an amateur, enjoyed a one-stroke advantage over Patna’s Aman Raj and the Bengaluru duo of Trishul Chinnappa...Read More
The Hyderabad Golf Association (HGA) and the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), the official sanctioning body of professional golf in India, today announced the Vooty and Haldi Presents Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2020 Powered by Telangana Tourism which will be held at the Hyderabad Golf Club (HGC) from February 5 - 8, 2020, and will carry a prize purse of Rs. 40 lakh. The Pro-Am event of the season-opener will be held on February 9.
The tournament which will witness participation by 126 golfers (123 professionals and three amateurs) is supported by Presenting Partner Vooty Golf County and Haldi Golf County, Powered...Read More