J&K Open 2021 presented by J&K Tourism
- Golf Course: Royal Springs Golf Course
- Venue: Srinagar, J&K
- Money: INR 40 Lacs
- Start Date: 15-Sep-2021
- End Date: 18-Sep-2021
- Tour Format: Stroke Play
Veer Ahlawat records a second straight runner-up finish on PGTI
Delhi’s Honey Baisoya returned to his best as he ended a three-year title-drought with his determined display at the J&K Open 2021 Presented by J&K Tourism played at the Royal Springs Golf Course in Srinagar.
There was a reversal in fortune for Baisoya (67-69-66-68), who was struggling for form through the season, as he totaled 18-under 270 for the week following his classy final round of four-under 68 to win by four shots. Honey skyrocketed from 85th to 22nd place in the PGTI Order of Merit after capturing his seventh title.
Gurugram-based Veer Ahlawat (67-71-70-66) also made his presence felt in the last round with a score of 66 to finish s...Read More
Kartik Sharma fires day’s best 65, shares second place with Angad Cheema & Sharavan Desai
Honey Baisoya of Delhi, struggling for form for most of the season, is looking for a turnaround in fortune at this week’s J&K Open 2021 Presented by J&K Tourism at the Royal Springs Golf Course in Srinagar.
Six-time PGTI winner Baisoya (67-69-66) has played error-free golf for the first three days of the tournament not having dropped a single bogey. The 25-year-old Honey powered ahead into a four-shot lead in round three courtesy a superb six-under 66 as his total moved to 14-under 202 at the Rs. 40 lakh PGTI event.
Rookie Kartik Sharma (69-72-65), carrying forward the form from his top-20 finishes in the last two weeks, produced the day’s lowest score...Read More
Delhi golfer Honey Baisoya and Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi moved into the joint halfway lead after round two of the J&K Open 2021 Presented by J&K Tourism at the Royal Springs Golf Course in Srinagar.
Baisoya (67-69), benefitting from his new putter this week, went error-free for the second straight day. His second round three-under 69 took his tournament tally to eight-under 136.
Joshi (69-67), also finding his groove with the putter, posted a flawless five-under 67 to join Baisoya at the top of the pack at the Rs. 40 lakh PGTI event.
Chandigarh’s Yuvraj Singh Sandhu (72-65) followed up his first round 72 with the joint lowest score of the s...Read More
Pune-based Udayan Mane, who recently represented India at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, fired a sublime seven-under 65 in round one of the J&K Open 2021 Presented by J&K Tourism to take the early lead at the Rs. 40 lakh PGTI event being played at the Royal Springs Golf Course in Srinagar.
The Delhi duo of Rashid Khan and Honey Baisoya as well as Gurugram’s Veer Ahlawat, the runner-up at the PGTI event last week, all three playing in the same group, shot scores of five-under 67 to be tied second at the end of day one.
Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow, Chandigarh’s Akshay Sharma and Patna’s Aman Raj returned cards of four-under 68 to be tied fifth.
The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), the official sanctioning body of professional golf in India, along with J&K Tourism, today announced the J&K Open 2021 Presented by J&K Tourism which will be held at the picturesque Royal Springs Golf Course (RSGC) in Srinagar, from September 15 - 18, 2021, and will carry a prize purse of Rs. 40 lakh. The Pro-Am event will be held on September 19.
The tournament which will witness participation by 125 golfers (118 professionals and seven amateurs) is supported by Presenting Partner J&K Tourism, Principal Partner J&K Golf Development & Management Authority, Host Venue Roy...Read More