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  • Carnoustie, Scotland, 18 Jul 18

    Sharma to realise childhood dream with Open debut

    India’s rising star Shubhankar Sharma will realise a long-time dream when he makes his debut appearance at The 147th Open at Carnoustie, which gets underway on Thursday.

    The 21-year-old Sharma clinched a sensational breakthrough on the Asian Tour by winning the Joburg Open last December to earn a coveted spot for the year’s third Major championship.

    “That victory will stay with me for the rest of my life
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  • Carnoustie, Scotland, 18 Jul 18

    Lahiri hopes to make his Open experience count

    Indian stalwart Anirban Lahiri believes the feel-good factor will stand in his favour when he makes his sixth attempt at The 147th Open at Carnoustie starting Thursday.

    The 31-year-old Lahiri, who was crowned the Asian Tour Order of Merit champion in 2015, hopes to bank on his familiarity with the prestigious tournament as he bids for the Claret Jug at the year’s third Major championship.

    “There is a feeling of familiarity at The Open
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  • , 17 Jul 18

    India’s top international performers this year

    As we reach the halfway point of the year, here’s a lowdown on India’s top four international performers in 2018 so far. We also take a look at the possible milestones within sight for each one of them this year.
    Shubhankar Sharma
    Shubhankar Sharma, who bagged his maiden international win at the European Tour’s Joburg Open in late 2017, continued his golden run in 2018 with a second European Tour triumph at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 15 Jul 18

    Bhullar secures fifth place in Indonesia, Mane claims career-best tied sixth

    Gaganjeet Bhullar (69-67-69-68) secured fifth place at the Bank BRI Indonesia Open after coming up with a final round of four-under-68. Bhullar totaled 15-under-273 as he finished three shots behind winner Justin Harding of South Africa.

    Gaganjeet, who gained three spots from his overnight eighth, thus recorded his fourth top-10 and third top-5 finish of the current Asian Tour season
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  • Jakarta, Indonesia, 14 Jul 18

    Udayan Mane holds on to tied fourth place with a 69 in round three in Indonesia, on course for best Asian Tour finish

    Udayan Mane (67-68-69) fired a third round score of three-under-69 to hold on to his overnight tied fourth place at the Asian Tour's Bank BRI Indonesia Open.

    Mane's total of 12-under-204 placed him five shots behind the third round leader Justin Harding of South Africa.

    Udayan, who was even-par with two birdies and two bogeys on the front-nine, made a charge on the back-nine with three birdies
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