Sweet maiden victory for Honey Baisoya at Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2016
Wins by two shots after a resolute four-under-66 on final day
It was a sweet maiden professional victory for twenty-year-old Honey Baisoya at the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2016. Delhi-lad Baisoya shot a resolute four-under-66 in the final round of the Rs. 40 lakh event at the Shillong Golf Course to come home the champion by two shots with a tournament tally of nine-under-271.
Chandigarh’s Harendra Gupta returned a 69 in round four to take the second spot at seven-under-273.
Honey Baisoya (70-68-67-66), who was one off the lead after round three, erased the overnight deficit with ease by producing the final day’s best score...
Shillong, Meghalaya, 12-11-2016
Gupta, Chouhan, Das in three-way lead on day three of Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf
Harendra Gupta's six-under-64 is week's best
The second edition of the Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf looks set for a photo-finish as the penultimate round on Saturday saw a three-way tie for the lead between Chandigarh's Harendra Gupta, Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow and Kolkata's Shankar Das at six-under-204.
While Gupta shot the tournament's best score of six-under-64 to make his way to the top, Om Prakash Chouhan and Shankar Das returned scores of 66 and 68 respectively to end up as the joint third round leaders at the scenic Shillong Golf Club.
Delhi's Honey Baisoya posted a 67 to be one off the lead in fourth place at five-unde...
Shillong, Meghalaya, 11-11-2016
Amardip Sinh Malik charges ahead with a classy 65 in round two
Amardip Sinh Malik of Noida charged into contention at the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2016 after a power-packed second round of five-under-65 at the Shillong Golf Club that gave him the halfway lead at five-under-135.
Kolkata’s Shankar Das shot a 66 to be placed second at four-under-136 at the halfway stage of the Rs. 40 lakh event.
Amardip Sinh Malik (70-65), lying tied eighth after a sedate opening round of 70, was on a rol...
Shillong, Meghalaya, 10-11-2016
Udayan Mane sets the pace in round one of Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf
Bengaluru lad Udayan Mane, looking for an upswing in fortunes in the current PGTI season after an explosive rookie season last year, got off to an ideal start at the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2016 with an exquisite opening round of five-under-65.
Chandigarh’s Ranjit Singh and Gurgaon’s Deepinder Singh Kullar were one off the pace in second place at the Rs. 40 lakh event.
Udayan Mane, playing his first competitive event...
Shillong, Meghalaya, 09-11-2016
Rahul Bajaj and team win the Pro-Am event of Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2016
The Pro-Am event of the Chief Minister’s Meghalaya Open Golf 2016 played at the Shillong Golf Course on Wednesday was won by professional Rahul Bajaj and his team.
The Pro-Am, the pre-cursor to the main event which begins on Thursday, was played in the team stableford format where the team score comprised of the professional’s score and the two best amateur net scores out of three.
Noida-based professional Rahul Bajaj led his team to v...
Shillong, Meghalaya, 08-11-2016
Chief Minister's Meghalaya Open Golf 2016 heralds the return of professional golf to Shillong after two years
•Prize money of Rs. 40 lakhs
•Golf returns to Shillong after two years
•The leading names include Shankar Das, Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, Sanjay Kumar, Udayan Mane, Om Prakash Chouhan, M Dha...