Abhijit Singh Chadha’s eight top-10s in 2022 saw him finish 17th in the TATA Steel PGTI Rankings. His best result of the season was a runner-up finish at the Rajasthan Tourism presents Jaipur Open powered by AU Small Finance Bank.
Abhijit won the Pune Open 2021 and secured four other top-10s in the 2020-21 PGTI season to end 16th on the Order of Merit.
Chadha took 19th place in the PGTI’s money list in 2019 as a result of his three top-10s. He was tied third at the Kensville Open presented by TATA Steel PGTI and tied fifth at the Classic Golf & Country Club International Championship (Asian Tour co-sanctioned event).
In 2018, Abhijit accumulated five top-10s on the PGTI which included a tied second finish at the Golconda Masters and a tied third at the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club.
Chadha secured seven top-10s in 2017 to finish 19th on the PGTI’s merit list.
Abhijit claimed four top-10s on the PGTI in 2016.
Chadha finished a career-high third in the PGTI’s 2015 Rolex Ranking, having secured a win at the BILT Open along with three other top-10 finishes, including two top-3s, in the season.
He earned his maiden Asian Tour card in 2015 after finishing inside the top-40 at the Qualifying School.
Abhijit was runner-up at the PGTI Players Championship at Noida in 2014 and secured joint third place at the Surya Nepal Masters besides two other top-10s. He also had a tied eighth finish at the 2014 SAIL-SBI Open.
Chadha was runner-up at the 2013 Surya Nepal Masters and had five other top-10s in the year. He was 10th in the 2013 Rolex Ranking.
Abhijit won the PGTI’s Emerging Player of the Year title for 2012 with prize money earnings of over Rs. 18 lakhs, the highest among the rookies in the season. He won the Surya Nepal Masters and had seven other top-10s to his credit during the season and was thus placed 14th in the 2012 Rolex Ranking.
He was one of India’s top amateurs in 2010 and 2011.
Was a member of the Indian team that won the silver medal at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games.