Panasonic Open India 2019* (PGTI-Asian Tour Joint-Sanctioned)

  • Golf Course: Classic Golf & Country Club
  • Venue: Nuh, Haryana
  • Prize Money: US$400,000
  • Start Date: 14-Nov-2019
  • End Date: 17-Nov-2019
  • Tour Format: Stroke Play

Tournaments News

  • Nuh, Haryana, 17-11-2019

    Indians Shiv Kapur and Chikkarangappa finish tied second behind teenage sensation Joohyung Kim of Korea at Panasonic Open India 2019

    Vikrant Chopra and Veer Ahlawat claim career-best tied fifth and tied eighth

    India’s Shiv Kapur came within sniffing distance of victory on the Asian Tour for the second week in succession. Shiv (70), who lost out in a playoff at the Thailand Open last week, was again denied victory this week at the Panasonic Open India as a costly double-bogey on the last hole saw him concede a one-shot lead and end up in tied second place along with compatriot Chikkarangappa (67) at 12-under-204.

    Seventeen-year-old Korean sensation Joohyung Kim became the second youngest Asian Tour winner when he fired a seven-under-65 to bag the to...

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  • Nuh, Haryana, 16-11-2019

    Shiv Kapur takes a share of the lead; four Indians feature in Top-10 at Panasonic Open India

    Shiv Kapur continued from where he left off last week in Thailand, as he carded a second straight five-under 67 to grab a share of the three-way lead at the Panasonic Open India here on Saturday.

    Though play began on the dot at 7 am for the first time this week, the tournament has been reduced to 54 holes. The third and final round will be played from two tees.

    The cut fell at one-under with 67 players making it, of them as many as 30 were Indians...

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  • Nuh, Haryana, 15-11-2019

    Defending champ Khalin Joshi in the mix with a 67, joins eight other Indians in tied fifth at the end of round one at Panasonic Open India 2019

    India’s Khalin Joshi raised his hopes of becoming the first player to defend the Panasonic Open India crown when he shot a first round of five-under-67 to join eight other Indians in tied fifth place.

    The first round of the Panasonic Open India resumed at 11 am (local time) with the 66 players, who were scheduled for the afternoon rounds on the opening day, beginning their challenge at the Classic Golf and Country Club.

    Thailand’s Itth...

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  • Nuh, Haryana, 14-11-2019

    Indian quartet of Shiv Kapur, Arjun Prasad, M Dharma and Shankar Das shoot scores of 67 to be tied third in the clubhouse on day one

    The Indian quartet of Shiv Kapur, Arjun Prasad, M Dharma and Shankar Das shot scores of five-under-67 to be tied third in the clubhouse on day one of the Asian Tour’s Panasonic Open India 2019 being played at the Classic Golf & Country Club. 

    The clubhouse lead was held by Thailand’s Itthipat Buranatanyarat who fired a breathtaking eight-under-64. 

    The round began at 11 am, four hours and 10 minutes behind schedule, due t...

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  • Nuh, Haryana, 13-11-2019

    Seasoned Indians - Kapur, Bhullar, Randhawa - names to watch out at Panasonic Open India 2019

    At this year’s Panasonic Open India, defending champion Khalin Joshi is expected to hog the limelight along with other Indian youngsters such as Ajeetesh Sandhu and Rashid Khan, both of whom have done well on the Asian Tour this season.

    However, the other names to watch out from the host nation are those of seasoned campaigners Shiv Kapur, the 2017 champion, Gaganjeet Bhullar and Jyoti Randhawa.

    Four-time Asian Tour winner Shiv Kapur was hav...

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  • Nuh, Haryana, 12-11-2019

    Strong International field to try and stop Indian blitz at Panasonic Open India

    No player has won the Panasonic Open India more than once and Khalin Joshi will be among the select band to try and do it for the first time, when the event tees off at a new venue.

    The US$400,000 full field Asian Tour event will be played from November 14-17 at the Classic Golf and Country Club for the first time. The previous editions were held at the Delhi Golf Club.

    Players from as many as 17 countries have entered for the event, which has bec...

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