Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020
- Golf Course: Tollygunge Club Ltd
- Venue: Kolkata
- Money: INR 30 Lacs
- Start Date: 12-Mar-2020
- End Date: 15-Mar-2020
- Tour Format: Stroke Play
Nineteen-year-old Aadil Bedi put up a lion-hearted performance to earn his maiden title in a thriller at the Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020, played at the Tollygunge Club in Kolkata.
Chandigarh-based Bedi triumphed in style with a chip-in birdie on the sixth playoff hole to end Pune golfer Udayan Mane’s incredible three-match winning streak on the TATA Steel PGTI.
The tournament worth Rs. 30 lakh witnessed the longest-running playoff on the PGTI. The previous record for the longest playoff was four holes which was set three times. The last event decided on the fourth playoff was the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational 2019 where Ajeetesh Sandhu prevailed over Rash...Read More
Pune-based Udayan Mane continued to be on course to win a record fourth straight title on the TATA Steel PGTI as he surged ahead as the joint leader along with teenager Aadil Bedi of Chandigarh after round three of the Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 being played at the Tollygunge Club in Kolkata.
PGTI Order of Merit leader Mane (67-63-67) and Bedi (65-65-67) were tied for the lead at a total of 13-under-197. Both shot scores of three-under-67 at the Rs. 30 lakh event on Saturday.
Veteran Mukesh Kumar of Mhow, who too fired a 67 on day three, lurks in third place at 12-under-198.
Delhi’s Kapil Kumar delivered the day’s best score of 65 to be pl...Read More
PGTI Order of Merit leader Udayan Mane of Pune, searching for a record fourth straight title on the TATA Steel PGTI, was back in familiar territory as he found himself in the joint lead at 10-under-130 at the halfway stage of the Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 being played at the Tollygunge Club in Kolkata.
Interestingly, pre-tournament favourite Mane’s (67-63) seven-under-63 on Friday was his 14th consecutive round in the 60s on the PGTI.
Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi (67-63), Chandigarh’s Aadil Bedi (65-65) and Mhow’s Om Prakash Chouhan (65-65) too enjoyed a share of the second-round lead.
Gurugram’s Digvijay Singh, the first-round le...Read More
The seasoned Digvijay Singh made an impressive return to competitive golf after two months as he shot a sizzling opening round of eight-under-62 to seize the lead at the TATA Steel PGTI’s Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 being played at the Tollygunge Club in Kolkata.
The Gurugram-based Digvijay, a former Asian Tour winner who missed his PGTI full card at the Qualifying School in January this year, is playing his first tournament of the 2020 season.
Faridabad’s Abhinav Lohan also made an impact on day one of the Rs. 30 lakh event as he shot a 63 to be placed second.
Digvijay Singh, a winner of 13 professional titles, was off to a flying start with a b...Read More
• Third event of the 2020 TATA Steel PGTI season to offer prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh
• Impressive field to feature leading Indian names such as Udayan Mane, Chikkarangappa S, Aman Raj, Rahil Gangjee, Viraj Madappa
The TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (TATA Steel PGTI) will stage the Bengal Open Golf Championship 2020 at the Tollygunge Club in Kolkata from March 11 – 15. The tournament, the third of the 2020 TATA Steel PGTI season, tees-off with the Pro-Am event on March 11 to be followed by the main event from March 12 – 15. The event carries a prize purse of Rs. 30 lakh.
The Bengal...Read More