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Updated : 2 weeks, 3 days ago IST
Aman Raj shot a solid four-under 68 to race into a three-shot lead at a total of 10-under 134 after round two of the Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2023. Ahmedabad's Anshul Patel struck a 71 at his home course to be placed second at seven-under 137. Greater Noida's Arjun Sharma (69) was a fu
Updated : 2 weeks, 4 days ago IST
Anshul Patel was off to a cracking start in his home town as he picked up five shots on the back nine making two long conversions and landed his approach within four feet for an eagle on the par-5 14th. Aman Raj, a winner on the PGTI, had early jitters with bogeys on the second and third hol
Updated : 2 weeks, 6 days ago IST
Gujarat Open Golf Championship 2023 comprises a field of 126 players including 123 professionals and three amateurs. The event is set to feature some of the top Indian professionals such as Olympian Udayan Mane, Khalin Joshi, Viraj Madappa, Yuvraj Singh Sandhu, Om Prakash Chouhan, Kshitij Na
Updated : 3 weeks, 4 days ago IST
SSP Chawrasia, a four-time winner on the DP World Tour, will be leading the Indian charge along with Manu Gandas, who earned a card on the DP World Tour this season as a result of finishing number one in the PGTI Rankings last year.
Updated : 3 weeks, 5 days ago IST
Thorbjorn Olesen and Nicolai Hojgaard, who lead a strong contingent of Danes at the Indian Open, said they were looking forward to the event. Olesen has played the Hero Indian Open previously at this venue, but it was before it was re-designed by Gary Player.
Updated : 1 month ago IST
Kazuki Higa is yet another gem from Japan's huge reservoir of golfing talent, having topped the Japan Order of Merit with four wins in a single season in 2022 and looks ready to move to higher levels.
Updated : 1 month, 1 week ago IST
Sachin's Baisoya (64-66-65-69) long-awaited victory came as a result of a steady final round of one-under 69 that took his total to 16-under 264 and helped him prevail with a two-shot margin
Nitithorn Thippong won twice more after the success in The DGC Open. Following his win in India, Thippong won International Series Singapore and the Bangkok Open, on the local Thai Golf Tour, which helped him finish fourth on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
Sachin Baisoya (64-66-65), who has been in the lead since the start of the event, was on a roll after he sank a 25-feet birdie on the first hole. The 27-year-old Sachin went on to pick up three more shots till the 10th.
The Indian Open - to be held between February 23-26 at the DLF Golf and Country Club - will see a high-powered field of star players, including defending champion Stephen Gallacher, 2018 Ryder Cup-winning captain Thomas Bjorn, his fellow Ryder Cup teammate Thorbjorn Olesen, Scotland's Robert
Sachin Baisoya (64-66) and Harsh Gangwar (66-64) were tied at the top with matching totals of 10-under 130.
Sachin Baisoya, who has had a decent run in the last two seasons having finished inside the top-25 of the PGTI Rankings, carried forward the momentum on Tuesday with a round that featured seven birdies and a bogey. Baisoya, a Bronze Medalist for Delhi in the team event at the 2022 National G