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Several Asian Tour winners in Indian Open field


No fewer than 40 Asian Tour winners, including hometown heroes Anirban Lahiri and C. Muniyappa, will feature in a star-studded field for the USD 1.25 million Hero Indian Open scheduled here next week.

Shamim sparkles with eight-under

Shamim Khan of Delhi shot a power-packed eightunder-64 to take a lead in round one of the BILT Open 2012 at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) here on Wednesday.

Rashid Khan, another Delhi golfer, was in sec

Golf: Ryder Cup glory comeback for Europe


Europe produced the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history to reel in the United States and retain the trophy at Medinah Country Club on Sunday.

Trailing by 10-6 going into the closing 12 singles, Jo

CIAL golf course second phase to be over by december


The CIAL golf course is set to be one of the longest golf courses in the country by extending up to 7400 yards and expanding to 18 holes from the current 9 holes by December this year.

The ongoing s

Shiv Kapur rallies on back to stay in contention in Japan


Shiv Kapur staged a tremendous fight back on the back nine, where he hit an eagle, to card a sub-par round for the third day running and stay in contention for a good finish at the Asia-Pacific Panaso

Bhullar wins Asian Tour title in Taipei


Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar on Monday claimed his third Asian Tour title at the weather-hit Yeangder Tournament Players Championship after turning in a fine closing card of three-under 69 here.


At top level, it's mental battle: Jeev Milkha


Fresh from a win at the Scottish Open, India's top golfer Jeev Milkha Singh said competing with some of the best golfers in the world is more of a mental battle.

"At this level, it is all mental, it'

I will be back for the Open, says Jeev


Jeev Milkha Singh finished his campaign at the 141st Open Championships rather tamely with a three-over 73 that ended with a double bogey on the 18th here on Sunday.

Jeev's 73 saw him end the week at

Golf: Lahiri finishes 31st, emerges as best Asian at British Open


Anirban Lahiri emerged as the best Asian golfer at the 141st Open Championships despite a final round of 73, his highest of the week to finish at three-over 283 that left him in tied 31st place in the

Jeev Milkha Singh wins Scottish Open, books British Open place


India's Jeev Milkha Singh captured his fourth European Tour title on Sunday when he birdied the first play-off hole to defeat Italy's Francesco Molinari and claim the Scottish Open.

The 40-year-old S

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