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  • Pune, 18 Apr 17


    Prize Purse of Rs. 30 lakh

    Field to feature defending champ Harendra Gupta, Udayan Mane, Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, Shankar Das

    The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), the official sanctioning body of professional golf in India, will be staging the second edition of the Pune Open at the prestigious Poona Club Golf Course from April 20 – 23, 2017. The Pune Open, the seventh event of the PGTI’s 2017 season, carries a prize purse of Rs
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  • Kochi, 16 Apr 17

    Vishal Singh and team wins Pro-Am event of PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club 2017

    The Pro-Am event of the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club 2017 was won by professional Vishal Singh’s team.

    The Pro-Am was played in the Team Scramble format where the team’s best ball was chosen on every shot including the putting green.

    PGTI member Vishal Singh of Jaipur led his team to victory in the Pro-Am event with a score of 57
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  • Hilton Head, South Carolina, 16 Apr 17

    Lahiri finishes tied 44th at RBC Heritage

    India’s Anirban Lahiri claimed tied 44th place at the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage on Sunday.

    Lahiri (67-70-75-70) jumped 19 places from his overnight tied 63rd place as a result of his final round of one-under-70. He thus closed the tournament with a total score of two-under-282
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  • Kochi, 15 Apr 17

    Mukesh Kumar’s class act helps him bag his second title at the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club

    Indian golfing giant Mukesh Kumar of Mhow produced a class act, a bogey-free five-under-67, in the final round of the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club, to come home the victor by one shot at 12-under-276. 

    Mukesh thus gave his preparations for next week’s Panasonic Open in Japan a major boost. It was a record 19th PGTI win for Mukesh and his second in Kochi after 2015
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  • Kochi, 14 Apr 17

    Anura Rohana’s 67 catapults him to joint first, Harendra Gupta hangs in for a share of the lead

    While overnight leader Harendra Gupta of Chandigarh hung on to the lead with a quiet 72 on day three, he was joined at the top by Sri Lankan Anura Rohana who carded a splendid 67 that catapulted him four places from his overnight tied fifth position. The duo was two shots clear of the rest at nine-under-207.

    The chasing pack featured Delhi’s Honey Baisoya, who followed up his second round 67 with an equally impressive 68 on Friday, and Mukesh Kumar of Mhow, the 2015 champion, who returned a 71 in round three
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