IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2017

Dates 22 Nov - 25 Nov, 2017
Venue Digboi Golf Links, Digboi
Prize Money Rs 40 Lacs
Format Stroke Play

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IndianOil Servo Masters: Rookie Karandeep Kochhar spoke about how excited he was about his first visit to Digboi and the state of Assam

IndianOil Servo Masters: Mr. Anup Tamuli, GM IC (HR), IndianOil, addresses the media

IndianOil Servo Masters: Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI, aknowledged the role of IndianOil in promoting golf in the North-Eastern region during his speech

IndianOil Servo Masters: Mr. Sunand Pandey, CGM (V) Organizing Chairman, stressed upon how the tournament will benefit local talent during his opening speech

IndianOil Servo Masters: (L - R) Pro Shamim Khan, U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI, S Pandey, CGM (V) Organizing Chairman, A Tamuli, GM IC (HR), V Goyal, DGM Branding & pro Karandeep Kochhar at the press con

IndianOil Servo Masters: The balloons take flight over the Digboi Golf Links

IndianOil Servo Masters: The customary release of balloons marked the beginning of the tournament

IndianOil Servo Masters: Mr. Mritunjoy Pramanik, Executive Director, IOCL (AOD), hits the inaugural tee off shot to kickstart the 18th edition of the tournament

IndianOil Servo Masters: Vishal Singh too fired a 67 to be joint Round 1 leader

IndianOil Servo Masters: Rookie Arjun Prasad, playing his first event at the Digboi Golf Links, brought in a card of five-under-67 to take the joint first round lead

IndianOil Servo Masters: Vishal Singh occupied second place on Day 2, he trailed the leader by one stroke

IndianOil Servo Masters: Former champion Shamim Khan shot a top-class six-under-66 to storm into the halfway lead

IndianOil Servo Masters: Veer Ahlawat also moved into tied third in Round 3, he's the only player in the field to post three sub-par rounds

IndianOil Servo Masters: Manu Gandas carded the third day's best score of 68 to take a share of third place, one adrift of the lead

IndianOil Servo Masters: Shamim Khan conceded his outright lead on Day 3 but hung in there to be joint first

IndianOil Servo Masters: M Dharma fired a third round of 69 to emerge as joint leader

IndianOil Servo Masters: Manu Gandas too claimed a career-best third place finish

IndianOil Servo Masters: Veer Ahlawat secured a career-best runner-up finish after his playoff loss to Shamim Khan

IndianOil Servo Masters: Shamim Khan turned the tables with his bunker shot during the playoff, the defining moment of the final day

IndianOil Servo Masters: The experienced Shamim Khan weathered the storm to beat young Veer Ahlawat in a playoff, he thus lifted his second IndianOil Servo Masters title

IndianOil Servo Masters: Winner Shamim Khan receives the cheque from (L - R) Ms. S Mistry, CGM (T), Mr. S Pandey, CGM (V), Mr. S Chari, Tournament Director, PGTI & Mr. A Tamuli, GM IC (HR)