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Chowrasia champion, Shamim clinches order of merit


Local favourite SSP Chowrasia bounced back with a four-under 68 to win the McLeod Russel Tour Championship in front of his home crowd here today.

Overnight leader Shamim Khan of Delhi finished one st

Perera wins TATA Open


Sri Lanka's Mithun Perera won the 11th TATA Open after firing a final round of one-under-70 on Sunday.

Perera, who totaled 11-under-274 for the tournament, finished one stroke ahead of Delhi's Vinod

TATA Open: Perera leads by one stroke


Sri Lankan Mithun Perera, who carded a four-under-67 taking his total score to 10-under-204, enjoyed a one-stroke advantage after the penultimate round of the 11th TATA Open here.

The Delhi duo of Ra

Jeev says he would rather play through injury than take rest


Out of action due to a finger ligament tear, ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh is desperate to be back in action and said he would rather play through an injury and chase his dream of winning a Major and r

Shamim and Rashid raring to go against superstars in Singapore

Jeev Milkha Singh and Gaganjeet Bhullar may be the two most famous Indian golfers but back home Shamim Khan and Rashid Khan have been most dominating ones on the burgeoning Indian PGTI Tour, which has

Ajeetesh wins DLF Masters

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Ajeetesh Sandhu of Chandigarh recorded his maiden professional triumph at the DLF Masters 2012 after he edged out seasoned campaigner Jyoti Randhawa in a playoff at the latter’s home course, the DLF G

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