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  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Usa, 08 Jul 18

    Lahiri drops to tied sixth in round three but stays in the title hunt at A Military Tribute, lies three off the lead

    Anirban Lahiri recovered from a poor front nine to stay in the title hunt after battling to a third round one-over-par 71 at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier on Saturday.

    The 2015 Asian Tour number one, lying tied second and one off the lead after round two, got off to a bogey-bogey start on day three before dropping two more shots on holes seven and nine. His four bogeys on the front-nine were a result of some erratic hitting and a couple of three-putts
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  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Usa, 07 Jul 18

    Anirban Lahiri shoots a sensational nine-under-61 to climb into tied second in round two of A Military Tribute; Sets a new Indian record on the PGA Tour

    Indian star Anirban Lahiri fired a sparkling nine-under-par 61 to trail in tied second place at the halfway stage of the A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier on the PGA Tour on Friday. 
    Lahiri's 61 is the lowest ever score by an Indian on the PGA Tour. It improves on his own previous round of seven-under-63 which he achieved at the Travelers Championship in 2017
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  • Kuching, Malaysia, 07 Jul 18

    Indian quartet of Chikkarangappa, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Himmat Rai and Gaganjeet Bhullar finish tied 11th at Sarawak Championship

    The Indian quartet of Chikkarangappa, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Himmat Rai and Gaganjeet Bhullar finished tied 11th at 15-under-273 at the Asian Tour's Sarawak Championship in Malaysia.

    While Chikkarangappa moved up eight places as a result of his final round of six-under-66, Ajeetesh Sandhu produced a second successive 67 to gain five spots on the leaderboard.

    Himmat Rai (68) maintained his overnight tied 11th position while Gaganjeet Bhullar (71) dropped six places from his overnight tied fifth
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  • Lucknow, 06 Jul 18

    Chandarjeet Yadav produces a timely 65 to bag his maiden title

    Chandarjeet Yadav of Chandimandir, Haryana, produced a timely five-under-65 in the third and final round of the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the Lucknow Golf Club to bag his maiden title.

    Yadav’s (71-65-65) second straight 65 enabled him to maintain his overnight one-shot lead and took his total to nine-under-201.

    Lucknow’s Amardeep Rawat (72-65-65), who was overnight second and one off the lead, also delivered a 65 on day three to end up in the runner-up position at eight-under-202
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  • Bengaluru, 06 Jul 18

    TAKE Solutions Masters brings world-class golf to Bengaluru

    Following the success of last year’s inaugural TAKE Solutions Masters, the tournament will be returning to the Karnataka Golf Association, Bengaluru, from August 9th – 12th this year. With an increased prize fund of US$ 350,000 the most exciting Asian Tour and Indian golfing talent will be taking part in, what promises to be, a very exciting competition.

    TAKE’s ambassadors SSP Chawrasia, the six-time Asian Tour and four-time European Tour winner will be returning along with Khalin Joshi, whose second-place result made him India’s top finisher in last year’s event at his home course and the 2015 winner of the Panasonic Open India,Chiragh Kumar
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