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  • Karnal, Haryana, 21 Jun 18

    Ashbeer Saini extends lead to five shots

    Kapurthala’s Ashbeer Saini fired a three-under-67 in round two of the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the Madhuban Meadows Golf Club in Karnal, Haryana, to extend his lead to five shots as his total read 10-under-130.

    Noida’s Dipankar Kaushal shot the day’s best score of seven-under-63 to move up from tied 16th to second place at five-under-135.

    Ashbeer Saini (63-67), the overnight leader by four shots, began the second day on a positive note with two birdies on the first three holes
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  • Karnal, Haryana, 20 Jun 18

    Ashbeer Saini sizzles with opening round seven-under-63 at Karnal

    Twenty-four-year-old Ashbeer Saini of Kapurthala sizzled with a seven-under-63 on the opening day of the PGTI Feeder Tour event at the Madhuban Meadows Golf Club in Karnal, Haryana. Saini enjoyed a healthy four-shot lead over the rest of the field.

    Vashista S Pawar of Coimbatore was in second place with a score of three-under-67
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  • Southampton, New York, Usa, 15 Jun 18

    Shubhankar Sharma misses the cut at US Open after his second round 76

    Shubhankar Sharma of India missed the cut at the US Open by two shots after he fired a six-over-76 in round two on Friday.

    Sharma, who had earlier carded a four-over-74 in round one, thus totalled 10-over-150 for 36 holes at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

    Shubhankar, making only his second Major appearance, sank a lone birdie at the cost of five bogeys and a double-bogey in round two
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  • Southampton, New York, Usa, 14 Jun 18

    Shubhankar Sharma opens with a four-over-74 on a tough scoring day at the US Open, lies tied 37th

    Young Indian talent Shubhankar Sharma battled to an opening four-over-par 74 on a tough scoring day where only four players broke par at the 118th U.S. Open Championship on Thursday
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  • Bengaluru, 12 Jun 18

    M Dharma makes a gradual progression to the top rung of Indian golf

    M Dharma’s gradual progression to the top rung of Indian golf is a story worth highlighting. The Bengaluru lad, who had humble beginnings, has put up some dazzling performances in recent times that have catapulted him to being one of the dark horses for the 2018 PGTI Order of Merit crown.

    The unassuming Dharma first tasted success on the PGTI with his maiden professional victory at the 2013 TATA Open
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