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  • Jaipur, 05 Sep 18

    Md Zamal Hossain Mollah shoots 64 to move into second round lead at Jaipur Open 2018; Amateur Yuvraj Singh Sandhu gives the pros a run for their money, lies tied second

    Bangladesh’s Md Zamal Hossain Mollah posted the day’s joint best score of six-under-64 to move into the second round lead at the Jaipur Open 2018 presented by Rajasthan Tourism. Zamal, a two-time winner on the PGTI, led the field by one at the Rambagh Golf Club as his total stood at 11-under-129.

    Twenty-one-year-old amateur Yuvraj Singh Sandhu of Chandigarh gave the professionals a run for their money as he followed up his promising first round 66 with an even better 64 to be tied for second at 10-under-130 along with Delhi’s Honey Baisoya who fired a second straight 65
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  • Jaipur, 04 Sep 18

    Anura Rohana fires top-notch 62 to seize first round lead at Jaipur Open 2018; Chiragh Kumar’s 63 places him second

    The Jaipur Open 2018 presented by Rajasthan Tourism got off to a fabulous start on Tuesday as the host city of Jaipur was blessed with perfect weather conditions for a round of golf.

    Sri Lankan Anura Rohana seized the first round lead with a top-notch eight-under-62 at the Rambagh Golf Club on a cloudy and pleasant day with low humidity and no rain. Delhi-based Chiragh Kumar was a close second thanks to an equally impressive 63
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  • Jaipur, 03 Sep 18

    Jaipur Open 2018 to tee off on September 4

    Prize purse of Rs. 30 lakhs

    Field to feature leading professionals Jyoti Randhawa, Shamim Khan, Chiragh Kumar, Honey Baisoya, Udayan Mane, Mithun Perera, N Thangaraja

    The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), Rajasthan Tourism and the Rajasthan State Sports Council will be jointly staging the Jaipur Open 2018 presented by Rajasthan Tourism. The second edition of the tournament, carrying a prize purse of Rs
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  • Bengaluru, 12 Aug 18

    Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa newest star on Indian golfing horizon; Becomes youngest Indian to win an international event with TAKE Solutions Masters triumph

    Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa, playing his rookie season on the Asian Tour, became the newest star to emerge on the Indian golfing horizon as he scripted a historic win at the US$ 350,000 TAKE Solutions Masters 2018, an event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGTI, at the Karnataka Golf Association (KGA) course on Sunday.

    Madappa (70-65-66-67), who was tied fourth and two off the lead after round three, came up with a determined four-under-67 in the final round to prevail by two shots as his tournament tally added up to 16-under-268.

    In the process, the six foot two inch tall Kolkata lad with an athletic built, became the youngest Indian to win an international event
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  • Bengaluru, 12 Aug 18

    Viraj Madappa Interview

    This is what the newly-crowned TAKE Solutions Masters champion Viraj Madappa had to say in his interview soon after his win:

    I am really surprised. It hasn’t really sunk in yet and I’m feeling a lot of emotions. I don’t know which one to feel
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