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AKSHAY SHARMA

  • Nationality: India
  • Home Course: CHANDIGARH GOLF CLUB
  • Professional Since: 2010
  • Age: 30 years

Season history

About

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

 

•    Akshay Sharma is one of the most promising youngsters to have emerged from Chandigarh in recent years.

 

•    Akshay won the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 Presented by Panchkula Golf Club. His tournament tally of 24-under-264 at Panchkula equaled the record for the lowest winning total on the PGTI. He also secured a third place finish at the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship 2020 Presented by Chandigarh Golf Club and two other top-20s at events in early 2020. He is currently placed fourth in the PGTI Order of Merit for the 2020-21 season.

 

•    Sharma posted two top-10s and two other top-20s on the PGTI in 2019 with his best finish being tied fifth at the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2019 Presented by TAKE. He also finished joint runner-up at the 2019 PGTI Feeder Tour – Chhawla.

 

•    Akshay won the 2018 QA InfoTech Open at Noida, finished tied third at the 2018 Kensville Open Presented by PGTI and delivered five other top-10s during the season to finish a career-high 14th on the 2018 PGTI Order of Merit.

 

•    Sharma ended an impressive 21st on the 2017 PGTI Order of Merit after having bagged third place at the TAKE Open Golf Championship, one other top-10 and another top-20 during the season.

 

•    With two top-10s and five other top-20s on the PGTI in 2016, Akshay finished 41st on the PGTI Order of Merit.

 

•    In 2014, Sharma won the PGTI Feeder Tour – Jaipur, finished runner-up at the PGTI Feeder Tour – Karnal and secured two more top-10s on the tour. He thus finished second on the Feeder Tour Order of Merit.

 

•    Akshay finished tied fourth at the 2013 PGTI Players Championship at Chandigarh Golf Club.

 

•    He claimed two top-10s on the 2013 Feeder Tour to finish fourth on the season’s merit list.

 

•    Sharma grabbed the second spot at the 2012 PGTI Feeder Tour – Jaipur. He also posted three other top-20s on the Feeder Tour in 2012.

 

•    He finished runner-up at the 2011 PGTI Feeder Tour - Karnal.