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  • Chandigarh, 15 Oct 17

    Local boy Shubhankar Sharma bags TAKE Open title with clinical final round performance

    Shubhankar Sharma, the most experienced amongst the youngsters bunched in the top-5 after round three, finally came through at his home course, the Chandigarh Golf Club, on Sunday, to bag the prestigious TAKE Open Golf Championship 2017. 

    Shubhankar, an Asian Tour regular, posted a clinical five-under-67 in round four to overcome a two-shot overnight deficit and end up with a winning total of 12-under-276 at the Rs. 1 crore event
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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15 Oct 17

    Lahiri finishes tied 10th at CIMB Classic

    Anirban Lahiri of India, the 2015 Asian Tour number one, posted a 71 to end his campaign in tied 10th place at the US$7 million CIMB Classic.

    Anirban shot scores of 67, 73, 64 and 71 to total 13-under-275 at the event co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and the Asian Tour. He slipped four places in the final round
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  • Chandigarh, 14 Oct 17

    Aman Raj seizes round three lead at TAKE Open with day’s best 67 as young guns dominate leaderboard

    The penultimate round of the TAKE Open Golf Championship saw a new leader emerge in the form of Patna’s Aman Raj who seized the initiative with the day’s best score of five-under-67 at the Chandigarh Golf Club on Saturday. The 22-year-old Aman Raj, the 2016 PGTI Emerging Player of the Year, now leads the Rs. 1 crore event by one shot at nine-under-207
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  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14 Oct 17

    Valiant comeback by Lahiri in round three of CIMB Classic, shoots 64 to rise to sixth

    India’s Anirban Lahiri mounted his comeback at the CIMB Classic with a flawless eight-under-64 to move to sixth place after the third round of the US$7 million event on Saturday.
    After signing for a disappointing 73 on the second day, Lahiri showed his battling spirit by charging back into the mix with a spotless card marked by eight birdies and a three-day total of 12-under-204 at the PGA Tour and Asian Tour co-sanctioned event.

    Anirban, the 2015 Asia No
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  • Saitama, Japan, 13 Oct 17

    Ajeetesh Sandhu triumphs on the Japanese Challenge Tour, makes it two wins in two weeks

    India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu, the winner of last week’s Asian Tour event in Taipei, continued his hot streak as he made it two wins in two weeks with a maiden success in Japan.

    Ajeetesh (65-71) secured victory at the Pacific Club Challenge Tournament, a Japanese Challenge Tour event, on Friday after prevailing in a playoff over Japan’s Konosuke Nakazato.

    Sandhu, who bagged his first ever international title at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship last week, totalled six-under-136 in the 36-hole event
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