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  • New Delhi, 10 Nov 13

    Siddikur wins 50th Hero Indian Open, Chowrasia & Lahiri tied for second

    SSP Chowrasia fell five feet short of landing his maiden Hero Indian Open and his first Asian Tour titles since 2011 and Anirban Lahiri failed to keep his love-affair going with the Delhi Golf Club even as Bangladeshi Siddikur claimed a nerve-wracking one-stroke victory at the 50th Hero Indian Open on Sunday.

    It was PGTI member Siddikur’s second career title on the Asian Tour and he finally broke through the jinx of regular top-10 finishes at the DGC.

    Siddikur, who made just two bogeys in 54 holes, made five bogeys and one triple bogey, but he also had five birdies
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  • New Delhi, 09 Nov 13

    Siddikur establishes four-shot lead, Chowrasia in second position

    Bangladesh’s Md Siddikur Rahman continued to dominate the Hero Indian Open when he shot a flawless third round five-under-par 67 to extend his lead at the 50th Hero Indian Open by four shots over India’s S.S.P
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  • New Delhi, 08 Nov 13

    Siddikur enjoys halfway lead after shooting second straight 66

    In the three years since he last won his only Asian Tour title, Siddikur has matured into a fine golfer, who can hold his own against the best. But he is still searching for his second win on the Tour. On Friday, the 28-year-old Bangladeshi took a decisive step in the direction of making a bold bid for the 50th Hero Indian Open as shot yet another round of 66 to get to 12-under par on a weather-interrupted day at the Delhi Golf Club
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  • New Delhi, 07 Nov 13

    Gangjee and Siddikur share the lead along with four others

    Rahil Gangjee ensured an Indian presence on a crowded leaderboard as he shared the lead with five others at six-under 66 on the opening day of the Hero Indian Open on Thursday. Gangjee, who has been focusing on the Asian tour after losing his card on Tour in the United States, has had a decent season and is placed 31st on the Asian Tour Order of Merit
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  • New Delhi, 06 Nov 13

    Shiv Kapur leads a strong local challenge at 2013 Indian Open

    The Indian contingent is expected to mount a serious challenge at the Indian Open this year. Shiv Kapur, who recently earned his European Tour card for 2014, will lead the local challenge. Kapur hit a purple patch recently with a win and a runner-up finish in the European Challenge Tour
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