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  • Delhi, 02 Nov 17

    Ajeetesh Sandhu continues golden run; Shoots 64 for opening day lead

    India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu continued his golden run on the Asian Tour as he posted a sparkling eight-under-64 to grab hold of the round one lead at the Panasonic Open India 2017 being played at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC).

    Chandigarh-based Ajeetesh, a winner of two titles in October including one on the Asian Tour, took a one-shot lead at the US$ 400,000 event as a result of a round that consisted of an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey.

    Shiv Kapur, another Indian winner on the Asian Tour in 2017, struck a flawless seven-under-65 at his home course to lie second
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  • Delhi, 01 Nov 17

    Gaganjeet Bhullar looks to set the record straight at home

    Indian star Gaganjeet Bhullar comes into the Panasonic Open India week as one of the pre-tournament favourites having won the Asian Tour’s Macao Open just two weeks back.

    Bhullar was again in contention at last week’s Indonesia Open where he posted two rounds of five-under-67. The Kapurthala lad finally claimed a tied 18th finish at the event
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  • Delhi, 31 Oct 17

    Panasonic Open India returns for seventh edition

    •                     All Top Indians feature in the field
    •                     Indians have won 5 of the six previous editions
    •                     Past champions Mukesh, Chawrasia, Digvijay and Chiragh in the field
     
    The Panasonic Open India returns for its seventh edition this week and will see the top Indian stars locked in a battle with some of the leading stars from around Asia.

    The event, which also forms part of the unique Panasonic Swing, will carry a purse of US $ 400,000 and is sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI). For the seventh time in succession, the event will be staged at the venerable Delhi Golf Club
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 29 Oct 17

    Khalin Joshi secured tied 14th place in Indonesia, the best among the Indians

    Khalin Joshi shot a final round of two-under-70 to finish as the best Indian at the Asian Tour's Indonesia Open.

    Khalin totaled nine-under-279 to finish tied 14th.

    Thailand's Panuphol Pittayarat won the event with a total score of 23-under-265
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 28 Oct 17

    Bhullar bounces back in Indonesia, five-under through 15 holes in incomplete third round

    India's Gaganjeet Bhullar was back in the hunt in round three of the Asian Tour's Indonesia Open. Bhullar, who opened the week with a solid 67 before stumbling with a 73 in round two, regained control with a five-under over 15 holes in an incomplete third round.

    Gaganjeet's total of nine-under placed him five shots behind the current leader Panuphol Pittayarat of Thailand
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