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  • Surrey, England, 24 May 15

    Jeev claims tied 51st, Lahiri tied 55th at Wentworth

    Jeev Milkha Singh (72-72-70-74) claimed tied 51st place at the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship having finished with a total score of even-par-288. Jeev shot a 74 in the final round.

    Anirban Lahiri (72-72-72-73), the other Indian to make the cut, finished tied 55th at one-over-289
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  • Surrey, England, 23 May 15

    Jeev Milkha Singh tied 35th in England

    Jeev Milkha Singh (72-72-70) was tied 35th at two-under-214 after round three of the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship in England. Jeev's third round featured four birdies, four bogeys and an eagle on the closing 18th. He trailed the joint leaders Francesco Molinari of Italy and Korean Byeong Hun An by 12 strokes
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  • Surrey, England, 22 May 15

    Lahiri and Jeev make the cut at Wentworth

    Anirban Lahiri (72-72) and Jeev Milkha Singh (72-72) made the cut at the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship. The Indian duo fired scores of 72 for the second straight day to be tied 52nd at even-par-144. Italy's Francesco Molinari led the field at 10-under-134
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  • Domaine De Bel Ombre, Mauritius, 10 May 15

    Rahil Gangjee claims tied 11th at AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open after final round 66

    Rahil Gangjee (67-70-74-66) claimed tied 11th place at the inaugural AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open thanks to his final round of five-under-66. The Indian finished with a tournament total of seven-under-277 at the event co-sanctioned by the European Tour, Asian Tour and Sunshine Tour.

    South African George Coetzee defeated Dane Thorbjorn Olesen in a playoff to win the US$ 1
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  • Domaine De Bel Ombre, Mauritius, 08 May 15

    Gangjee tied sixth at halfway stage of AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open

    India’s Rahil Gangjee (67-70) birdied three of his last seven holes for a one-under-70 in round two of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open. He was thus placed tied sixth at five-under-137 at the halfway stage of the tournament. The lead was held by Denmark’s Thorbjorn Olesen at nine-under-133
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