Arjun Atwal and Anirban Lahiri are among the two names that have enabled India carve out a place in the golfing map. But according to Atwal, Lahiri can achieve much more than he actually has so far. Being the first Indian to feature at The Presidents Cup and ... The Telegraph, 17 hours ago
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Kolkata, Feb 11 (PTI) Homegrown hero Arjun Atwal, the only Indian to win on the US PGA Tour, will be seen in action at Royal Calcutta Golf Club for the Kolkata leg of the Audi quattro Cup 2016. The third leg of the ninth season of the Indian ...Press Trust of India, 2 days ago
Yangon :Arjun Atwal and Shiv Kapur, who are looking to revive their fortunes this season, will get a chance to do so when they tee off at the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open, an event that returns to the Tour schedule after a gap of two years. Atwal is ...Siasat Daily, 1 week ago
Indian ace joins compatriots Jeev, Atwal and Randhawa India’s Anirban Lahiri has described lifting the coveted 2015 Asian Tour’s Order of Merit crown as “really special” as he reset his goals to winning in America and ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago More than 600 players sign up for Asian Tour Qualifying School The Sports Campus, 1 month ago Lahiri proud of special crown Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Lahiri savours winning Asian Tour's Order of Merit crown The Hindu, 2 months ago
6 February 2016, Myanmar, V Krishnaswamy Diminutive SSP Chawrasia led the Indian charge at the US $ 750,000 Leopalace21 Myanmar Open as he cracked a second successive bogey free 66 to move to 12-under. His play over the last two days has ...Millennium Post, 1 week ago Solid start for Chawrasia, placed third in Myanmar Open Millennium Post, 1 week ago Chawrasia in the hunt at Myanmar Open The Sports Campus, 1 week ago Chawrasia leads solid start for Indians in Myanmar IBNLive, 1 week ago
German golfer Martin Kaymer (right) at the Dubai Desert Classic in UAE last week. - EPA KUALA LUMPUR: Former Major winners Martin Kaymer of Germany and Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa as well as Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke of ...TheStar.com.my, 1 day ago
Major champions, EurAsia Cup heroes and Asian Tour Order of Merit winners will ensure a truly memorable beginning for the inaugural Maybank Championship Malaysia next week. The US$3 million Maybank Championship Malaysia is the newest addition on ...The Sports Campus, 1 day ago
YANGON (Myanmar): India's SSP Chawrasia was unable to mount the charge he had planned against Shaun Norris, but neither could others on the final day of the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open here on Sunday. Chawrasia finished in a tie for fifth at 18-under ...Times of India, 6 days ago Norris storms ahead with sensational 61 at Myanmar Open The Sports Campus, 1 week ago Golf: Norris and Chawrasia neck-and-neck in Myanmar Open Yahoo! India, 1 week ago SSP Chawrasia finishes fifth, Norris holds nerve to win Asian Age, 5 days ago
Yangon, Feb 7 Seasoned Indian golfer S.S.P. Chawrasia finished tied fifth following a two-under 70, while Rahil Gangjee carded 72 to be joint 15th after the fourth and final round of the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open here on Sunday. Chawrasia, who ...ProKerala.com, 6 days ago Golfer Chawrasia tied 2nd but seven shots behind Norris The Statesman, 6 days ago Chawrasia in joint second position after Round 3 at Myanmar Open golf IBNLive, 1 week ago Golfer Chawrasia tied second but seven shots behind Norris Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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S.S.P. Chawrasia carded a creditable four-under 68 in the second round but could not hold on to the lead, slipping to tied second in the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open here on Saturday. Chawrasia was seven shots adrift of runaway leader, Shaun Norris of ...Asian Age, 6 days ago Chowrasia tied at second spot Calcutta Telegraph, 6 days ago Chawrasia slips to tied 2nd in Myanmar Times of India, 1 week ago Chawrasia and Norris split honours on Day 2 at Myanmar Open The Sports Campus, 1 week ago
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