Panasonic Open India 2017* (PGTI-Asian Tour Joint Sanctioned)

Dates 2 Nov - 5 Nov, 2017
Venue Delhi Golf Club, Delhi
Prize Money US$ 4,00,000
Format Stroke Play

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Panasonic Open India: (L - R) U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI, C M Thant, COO, Asian Tour, M Sharma, President & CEO, Panasonic India, Mukesh Kumar, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Paul Peterson, Shiv Kapur at the press con

Panasonic Open India: (L - R) Contenders Shiv Kapur, Mukesh Kumar, Paul Peterson and Ajeetesh Sandhu pose with the trophy at one of the monuments at the Delhi Golf Club

Panasonic Open India: Gaganjeet Bhullar will look to set the record straight by winning his first Asian Tour title on home turf in India

Panasonic Open India: Shamim Khan, who made birdies on his first four holes, was also tied third after Round 1

Panasonic Open India: Aman Raj's opening round 66 placed him tied third

Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur fired a flawless 65 to lie second on Day 1

Panasonic Open India: In-form Ajeetesh Sandhu continued his golden run with a sparkling eight-under-64 that helped him take the first round lead

Panasonic Open India: SSP Chawrasia kept alive his hopes of a second Panasonic Open India title as he too was tied fourth on Day 2

Panasonic Open India: Divyanshu Bajaj's 68 gave him a share of fourth place in Round 2

Panasonic Open India: Shamim Khan, another DGC-based player, was two off the lead, in third place at the halfway stage

Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur, playing at his home course, continued in second place for the second straight day, he fired a 69 on Friday to trail the leader Paul Peterson by one shot

Panasonic Open India: SSP Chawrasia, looking for his fourth international win at the DGC, was the third Indian in tied fourth on Saturday

Panasonic Open India: Sudhir Sharma, lying tied fourth, shot his best ever round at the DGC on Day 3, a 66, which featured three great recoveries from the rough

Panasonic Open India: Om Prakash Chouhan's third round 66, highlighted by two chip-ins, helped him close the day in tied fourth

Panasonic Open India: Shamim Khan, searching for a maiden international title, was in third position, one off the lead; Here he is seen reacting after missing his birdie putt on the 18th

Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur's late surge which featured a final hole eagle placed him in the joint lead along with American Paul Peterson; Here he is seen celebrating his eagle on the 18th

Panasonic Open India: Om Prakash Chouhan was also among the bunch of six Indians in tied second along with SSP Chawrasia

Panasonic Open India: Eighteen-year-old rookie Karandeep Kochhar's flawless 66 ensured he finished joint second in only his third Asian Tour event

Panasonic Open India: Joint runner-up Sudhir Sharma, who led for a major part of the final round, secured his best finish on the Asian Tour

Panasonic Open India: Ajeetesh Sandhu's final round 65 gave him a share of second place, it was his fourth top-3 of the Asian Tour season

Panasonic Open India: Chiragh Kumar, the 2015 champion, shot the final day's best score of 64 that propelled him from overnight tied 15th to tied second

Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur's last round of 68 gave him a three-shot victory, it was his first Asian Tour win in India and second of the 2017 season

Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur fulfilled a lifelong ambition of winning at his home course, the Delhi Golf Club, he thus registered his third Asian Tour title and fifth international win