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  • , 06 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma gets an invite to the Masters, 21-year-old set to become only the fourth and the youngest Indian to play the event

    Rising Indian star Shubhankar Sharma’s career continues to progress at break-neck speed. The 21-year-old, who skyrocketed from 462 to 66 in the world rankings in the last three months, courtesy two wins on the European Tour and a tied ninth finish at the WGC – Mexico Championship last week, has now added another feather to his cap.

    The European Tour and Asian Tour Order of Merit leader has accepted an invitation to compete at the 2018 Masters to be held next month
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  • Gurugram, 06 Mar 18

    Shiv Kapur looks to build on gains of 2017, sets sights on long-cherished dream of winning Indian Open

    After enjoying the best season of his career in 2017 where he won three Asian Tour titles, Shiv Kapur has set his sights on his long-cherished dream of winning the Indian Open.

    The 32-year-old Indian, who grew up in Delhi, tees it up this week at the 2018 edition of his National Open looking to build on what he achieved last year.
    Kapur said, “To me, this is the most important tournament outside the Majors
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  • Mexico City, Mexico, 05 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma posts creditable tied ninth at WGC – Mexico Championship; 21-year-old climbs nine places to 66 in world ranking after top-10 finish at first PGA Tour and WGC appearance

    Twenty-one-year-old Indian sensation Shubhankar Sharma, playing his first PGA Tour and WGC event at the US$ 10 million WGC – Mexico Championship in Mexico City, posted a creditable tied ninth finish.

    With his top-10 finish at the event that featured an elite field of 64 and the who’s who of international golf, the European Tour and Asian Tour Order of Merit leader has now moved up from 75 to 66 in the world rankings. 

    Shubhankar (65-66-69-74), a two-time European Tour winner, became the talk of the golfing world after emerging as the solo leader after 36 and 54 holes
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  • , 05 Mar 18

    Indian stars hail Sharma's heroics at the WGC - Mexico Championship

    Indian stalwarts Jeev Milkha Singh, Arjun Atwal and Anirban Lahiri heaped praises on Shubhankar Sharma who produced a gutsy performance at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

    The 21-year-old Sharma, who currently leads the Asian Tour’s Habitat for Humanity Standings, was the youngest player in the elite field but he showed maturity beyond his age when he led by two shots in the second and third rounds.

    Sharma finished a commendable tied ninth following a disappointing 74 at the Club de Golf Chapultepec but earned the respect from his fellow Indian golf stars who believe that the immensely talented young golfer has a bright future ahead of him
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  • Mexico City, Mexico, 04 Mar 18

    Shubhankar Sharma on the threshold of history as he leads by two after Round 3 of WGC - Mexico Championship

    Young Indian prospect Shubhankar Sharma will face the most important 18 holes of his golfing life yet on Sunday after he bravely maintained his overnight two-shot lead following the third round of the US$10 million World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

    The 21-year-old Sharma ground out a two-under 69 which included a clutch 13-foot par save on the 18th hole at the Club de Golf Chapultepec as he held off the likes of Phil Mickelson (65), Tyrrell Hatton (64), Sergio Garcia (69) and Rafa Cabrera Bello (69) on Saturday.

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