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  • Karachi, Pakistan, 11 Oct 18

    Honey Baisoya shoots opening round 68 to be tied third at UNA CNS Open Golf Championship in Pakistan

    India's Honey Baisoya shot an opening round of four-under-68 to lie tied third, one off the lead, at the Asian Tour's UMA CNS Open Golf Championship.

    Baisoya, who struck six birdies and two bogeys on day one, trailed the joint leaders, Thailand's Namchok Tantipokhakul and Pakistan's Ahmad Baig, by one shot at the Karachi Golf Club.

    Honey, who has posted two top-10s on the Asian Tour in 2018, said, "Shooting four-under-par today was satisfying, especially after I played badly in the last two events in Chinese Taipei
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  • Linkou, Chinese Taipei, 07 Oct 18

    Viraj Madappa secures creditable fourth place at Yeangder TPC

    India’s Viraj Madappa enjoyed a welcome return to form by finishing fourth at the Asian Tour's Yeangder Tournament Players Championship on Sunday.
     
    Madappa, who had missed three cuts on the Asian Tour since his breakthrough win at home in August, returned a final round of four-under-68 at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club to finish with a tally of 11-under-277 at the US$500,000 event.
     
    Viraj, who sank six birdies in exchange for two bogeys on Sunday, finished four shots behind champion John Catlin of the United States
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  • Linkou, Chinese Taipei, 06 Oct 18

    Viraj Madappa rises to tied third after a 67 in Round 3 of Yeangder TPC, trails leader by one

    India’s Viraj Madappa got his title charge back on track at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) after returning a five-under-67 in round three that saw him rise four spots to tied third place.
     
    Madappa (76-66-67) trailed the joint leaders, American John Catlin and Chinese Taipei's Hung Chien-yao, by one shot at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club.

    Having missed three consecutive weekend cuts prior to his maiden appearance at the Yeangder TPC this week, young Madappa showed no signs of nerves as he hauled himself back into contention at the US$500,000 event
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  • Ahmedabad, 05 Oct 18

    Tapy Ghai lights up Kensville with final round 67, registers maiden win with two-shot margin

    Gurguram’s Tapy Ghai produced a fiery last round of 67 to register his maiden win at the Kensville Open 2018 presented by PGTI. The 22-year-old, playing only his second season as a professional, marched to victory with a two-shot margin having totaled 10-under-278 for the week at the Kensville Golf & Country Club.

    The seasoned Mukesh Kumar of Mhow finished second at eight-under-280 after a final round of three-under-69 at the Rs
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  • Ahmedabad, 04 Oct 18

    Akshay Sharma holds two-shot advantage in round three

    Chandigarh’s Akshay Sharma, who won the last PGTI event in Noida last month, found himself in contention once again at the Kensville Open 2018 presented by PGTI. The 28-year-old Akshay came up with a four-under-68 in round three on Thursday to take a two-shot lead at seven-under-209 at the Kensville Golf & Country Club.

    Tapy Ghai of Gurugram, the overnight leader, slipped to tied second place after an even-par-72 took his score to five-under-211
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