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  • Gurugram, Haryana, 17 Dec 17

    PGTI to become an ‘Open Tour’ from the 2018 season

    PGTI to become an ‘Open Tour’ from 2018 with no restriction on the number of foreigners on the tour

    PGTI set to host 8 events in first half of 2018 with prize money of approximately Rs. 2.8 crore

    3 new events scheduled in the first half

    Season tees-off on 24th January with inaugural Dhaka Open, an international event tri-sanctioned by PGTI, ADT & BPGA

    The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) is set to become an ‘Open Tour’ from 2018 onward
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  • Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, 17 Dec 17

    Anura Rohana’s ‘steely resolve’ in Steel City helps him cruise to four-shot victory at 16th TATA Open 2017

    Sri Lankan Anura Rohana’s ‘steely resolve’ in Steel City Jamshedpur saw him cruise to a four-shot victory at the 16th TATA Open 2017, a Rs. 1 crore event. Rohana returned a clinical final round of two-under-69 to total 19-under-265 for the week and as a result grab his second title of the season
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  • Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, 16 Dec 17

    Anura Rohana takes charge in round three of 16th TATA Open 2017, leads by three

    Sri Lankan Anura Rohana followed up his stunning second round 61 with a top-class five-under-66 in round three of the 16th TATA Open 2017 to storm into a three-shot lead at 17-under-196 on an extremely windy day at the Golmuri Golf Course.

    Kolkata’s Raju Ali Mollah was on track to revive his 2017 season as his third round three-under-68 took him to second place at 14-under-199 at the Rs. 1 crore event
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 16 Dec 17

    Shubhankar Sharma continues red-hot form at Indonesian Masters

    India’s Shubhankar Sharma, the winner of last week’s Joburg Open, continued his red-hot form at the Asian Tour’s season-ending Indonesian Masters as he was going strong at five-under through 11 holes in round three when play was suspended due to lightning threats.

    Shubhankar’s performance on day three catapulted him from his second round position of tied 16th to tied sixth at 11-under. He trailed the leader Justin Rose of England by five shots
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  • Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, 15 Dec 17

    Abhijit Singh Chadha is halfway leader at 16th TATA Open 2017

    Chandigarh’s Abhijit Singh Chadha emerged leader in round two of the 16th TATA Open 2017 courtesy a flawless seven-under-64 that took his total to 13-under-129 at the Rs. 1 crore event.

    Sri Lankan Anura Rohana produced the best round of the tournament so far, a staggering 10-under-61, to move into tied second at 12-under-130 along with three-time former champion Mukesh Kumar (65) of Mhow
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