Bengaluru Open Golf Championship 2017

Dates 15 Nov - 18 Nov, 2017
Venue Karnataka Golf Association, Bengaluru
Prize Money INR 1 Crore
Format Stroke Play

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Bengaluru Open: The impressive turnout at the press conference

Bengaluru Open: Local lad Rahil Gangjee spoke about returning to his home course KGA

Bengaluru Open: Jyoti Randhawa, a winner of nine international titles, highlighted the growing depth of talent on the PGTI

Bengaluru Open: Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI, stressed on the significance of the Bengaluru Open Golf Championship's addition to the PGTI schedule

Bengaluru Open: Mr. Priyank Kharge, Hon'ble Minister of IT, BT & Tourism, Govt. of Karnataka, spoke about promoting Golf Tourism in the state

Bengaluru Open: (L - R) Jyoti Randhawa, S Madhavan, President, KGA, Tourism Minister Priyank Kharge, G Gupta, Principal Secy., Tourism, U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI and Rahil Gangjee, pose with the trophy

Bengaluru Open: The trophy of the Bengaluru Open Golf Championship sponsored by Karnataka Tourism was unveiled by Mr. Priyank Kharge, Hon'ble Minister for IT, BT & Tourism, Govt. of Karnataka

Bengaluru Open: Anura Rohana had an eagle to show during his opening round of 66

Bengaluru Open: Himmat Rai, also a joint leader in Round 1, had an incredible run of six birdies from the 10th to the 16th

Bengaluru Open: Shamim Khan, eyeing a second PGTI Order of Merit title, was also part of the leading pack on Day 1

Bengaluru Open: Sujjan Singh was the only one with an error-free round among the leading quintet

Bengaluru Open: Local favourite Chikkarangappa's six-under-66 ensured he was among the five joint leaders in the first round

Bengaluru Open: Udayan Mane made five birdies in a row en route his 65 that placed him second in Round 2

Bengaluru Open: Honey Baisoya smashed a phenomenal 64 for a three-shot lead in Round 2, he equalled the record for the lowest round in a pro event at KGA

Bengaluru Open: Udayan Mane's hard-fought 66, the third day's joint best score, ensured Baisoya's lead was cut down to two shots

Bengaluru Open: Honey Baisoya continued in the lead with a resolute five-under-67 in Round 3, he enjoyed a spell of five consecutive birdies on the front-nine

Bengaluru Open: The gallery on the 18th green showers applause on the leader group during Round 4

Bengaluru Open: Harendra Gupta acknowledges the crowd after finishing third

Bengaluru Open: Honey Baisoya finished runner-up in an extremely close contest, he didn't let go of the lead till the last hole, he now moves up from fifth to third in the PGTI Order of Merit

Bengaluru Open: The party begins for the self-confessed 'Peaceful Warrior' Mane, whose fifth career win happened to be his biggest in terms of prize money

Bengaluru Open: Udayan Mane prevailed in the 'battle of nerves' in Round 4 to bag his third title of the season, he thus zoomed from second to first in the PGTI Order of Merit

Bengaluru Open: Udayan Mane receives the cheque from Govt of Karnataka officials Dr. Rajneesh Goyal, Addl. Chief Secy., Sports, (4th from right) & Dr. N Manjula, Director, Tourism (3rd from right)