Mithun Perera ends winless streak at Chennai Open 2018, posts tenacious 70 to come through; Climbs to second on PGTI Order of Merit
Digvijay Singh cards day's best 62 to finish joint second with Mukesh Kumar
Sri Lankan Mithun Perera ended a four-year winless streak with his hard-earned one-shot victory at the Rs. 30 lakh Chennai Open 2018 Golf Championship at the Madras Gymkhana Club Golf Annexe in Guindy on Sunday.
Perera, the overnight leader by three shots, came up with a tenacious even-par-70 in the final round to sign off with a winning total of 14-under-266.
Gurgaon-based Digvijay Singh posted the day’s best score, a scorching eight-under-...
Lankans dominate as Mithun Perera races into three-shot lead ahead of compatriot N Thangaraja
Veer Ahlawat fires day's best 63 to climb to third
Day three of the Chennai Open 2018 Golf Championship at the Madras Gymkhana Club Golf Annexe in Guindy witnessed Sri Lankan domination with the top two players on the leaderboard belonging to the island nation.
Mithun Perera hogged the limelight with a five-under-65 that saw him race into a three-shot lead ahead of fellow Sri Lankan, his close friend and room partner for the week, N Thangaraja (68). Perera’s total read 14-under-196 after the penultimate round.
Gurgaon-based Veer Ahlawat fired the day’s best score of seven-under-63 to gain 13 places and end the day in third place...
Mithun Perera, Vikrant Chopra make major gains in round two, move into joint lead with N Thangaraja
Hole-in-one for Anil Bajrang Mane
Sri Lankan Mithun Perera and Noida's Vikrant Chopra made major gains in round two of the Chennai Open 2018 Golf Championship at the Madras Gymkhana Club Golf Annexe in Guindy on Friday.
Mithun and Vikrant fired scores of seven-under-63 and five-under-65 respectively to move into the joint lead with another Sri Lankan N Thangaraja (70) at nine-under-131.
Defending champion Mukesh Kumar of Mhow posted a four-under-66 to lie one shot off the lead in fourth place at eight-under-132.
Mithun Perera (68-63), who was tied 12th, seven shots behind the leader, after round on...
N Thangaraja dominates round one with breathtaking 61
Sri Lankan N Thangaraja, the joint runner-up at the PGTI event in Hyderabad last week, sent out an early warning to all his fellow competitors in round one of the Chennai Open 2018 Golf Championship at the Madras Gymkhana Club Golf Annexe in Guindy on Thursday.
Colombo-resident Thangaraja dominated the opening round with a breathtaking nine-under-61 that featured an eagle, eight birdies and a bogey. It was the joint best round of Thangaraja’s career that gave him a handy three-shot lead.