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  • Noida, 07 Oct 17

    Hard-earned victory for Amardip Sinh Malik at ONGC Masters 2017

    Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik came up with a tenacious display in the final round of the ONGC Masters 2017 to bag a hard-earned victory at his home course, the Noida Golf Course. Malik shot a four-over-76 in round four but still came through by one stroke at 12-under-276 to pocket his second title.

    Delhi’s Kapil Kumar carded an even-par-72 to finish runner-up at 11-under-277 at the Rs
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  • Taipei, 07 Oct 17

    Ajeetesh Sandhu is joint round three leader at Yeangder TPC, staring at maiden Asian Tour title

    India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu was tied for the lead at 10-under-206 along with local star Lu Wei-chih and Johannes Veerman of the United States after the third round of the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) in Taiwan.

    Sandhu (69-69-68), searching for a first Asian Tour victory, posted a 68 at the US$500,000 Asian Tour event on Saturday to emerge as a top contender for the title.

    The leading trio is ahead by two shots as Filipino Antonio Lascuna and Malaysian Danny Chia are in tied fourth at eight-under-208
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  • Noida, 06 Oct 17

    Local lad Amardip Sinh Malik opens up five-shot lead on penultimate day of ONGC Masters 2017, emerges firm favourite for title

    Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik opened up a five-shot lead on day three of the ONGC Masters 2017 to emerge firm favourite for the title. Malik, playing at his home course, the Noida Golf Course, took his tournament tally to an imposing 16-under-200 on Friday thanks to a determined effort of four-under-68 in round three.

    Delhi’s Kapil Kumar (70) and Bengaluru’s M Dharma (73) were placed tied second at 11-under-205
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  • Noida, 05 Oct 17

    Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik storms into the joint halfway lead along with M Dharma at the ONGC Masters 2017

    Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik fired a second straight six-under-66 to storm into the joint halfway lead along with Bengaluru’s M Dharma on day two of the ONGC Masters 2017. Malik and Dharma (69) were three ahead of the rest at 12-under-132 after the completion of round two at the Noida Golf Course. 

    Delhi’s Kapil Kumar (67) and Bengaluru’s R Murthy (70) were tied for third at nine-under-135
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  • Noida, 04 Oct 17

    M Dharma takes route 63 to the top in round one of ONGC Masters 2017

    It was M Dharma all the way in round one of the ONGC Masters 2017, a tournament that returned on the PGTI schedule after eight years. The Bengaluru golfer shot one of the best rounds of his career, a flawless nine-under-63, at the Noida Golf Course on Wednesday, to make his way to the top of the leaderboard.

    Abhishek Jha, another Bengalurean, also came up with an exceptional effort of eight-under-64 to be placed second
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