< Prev Next > Malaysia's Nicholas Fung and Bangladesh's Siddikur Rahman shared the third round honours as they continued their mastery at the inaugural World Classic Championship at Laguna National on Saturday. Fung carded a two-under-par ... The Sports Campus, 2 weeks ago
SINGAPORE: Gaganjeet Bhullar, slowly but surely playing himself back into form, was the best Indian golfer even as play could not be completed due to fading light in the inaugural World Classic Championship here on Friday. Bhullar, who is making a ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Bhullar best Indian as second round is still incomplete Press Trust of India, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: While Delhi Golf Club has provided the rewards for home golfers, there are many who have seen their hopes disappearing into the bushes. Pressure can be a bully, but Chiragh Kumar negotiated the pitfalls and suffocating expectations to ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
AFP: India's Chiragh Kumar emerged victorious at the Panasonic Open India Sunday after firing a two-under par 70 in the final round, clinching his first Asian Tour title. Kumar, 31, hit three birdies against a lone bogey to end the tournament with ...DailyFT, 3 weeks ago Golf: India's Kumar wins Panasonic Open Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago Kumar hangs on to narrow lead at Panasonic Open India The Sports Campus, 3 weeks ago Chiragh Kumar soars with 66 at Panasonic Open India The Sports Campus, 3 weeks ago
Chiragh Kumar fired a two-under 70 in the final round to clinch the USD 400,000 Panasonic Open by three shots at Delhi Golf Club on Sunday. Playing on his home course, the 31-year-old fought off a stiff fight from Bangladesh's Siddikur Rahman for ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago Chirag clinches Panasonic Open India Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Chiragh clinches Panasonic Open India golf title 5 Dariya News - English, 3 weeks ago Consistent Chirag clinches Panasonic Open India crown Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago
Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka birdied four of his closing five holes to lead in the opening round of the US$400,000 Panasonic Open India on six-under-par 66 on Thursday. The bubbly Sri Lankan, who is searching for a first Asian Tour title, fired ...The Sports Campus, 3 weeks ago Perera grabs one-shot lead, Chirag tied 2nd at Panasonic Open Times of India, 3 weeks ago Mithun Perera grabs one-shot lead, Chirag Kumar tied 2nd at Panasonic Open ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago
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