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Sandhu brilliantly showcases controlled aggression to win first Asian Tour Title at Yeangder TPC

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Posted by Admin 09 Oct 2017

Now, here’s another talent whose emergence as a champion in the Indian golfing circuit has got everyone talking. Meet Ajeetesh Sandhu, who brilliantly showcased his tactical play and controlled aggression, to win his first Asian Tour title at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship on Sunday.

 

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       The victory has given a boost to his career as he missed out on a Tour card at Qualifying School 

 

 

Super Sandhu fired a two-under-par 70 and returned with a winning total of 12-under-par 276 to defeat Johannes Veerman (71) of the United States by one-shot at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club.

 

Sandhu showed his grit and power to claim his dream title. No wonder, the victory has come as a major booster to his career as he missed out on a Tour card at Qualifying School earlier this year. He made full use of this country exemption this week as he edged a battling Veerman to the title after trading three birdies against one bogey.

 

As we celebrate his win, we bring you some interesting nuggets about the Golfer:

 

  • Sandhu is the 10th first-time Asian Tour winner in 2017. He is also the second player after Jazz Janewattananond to win an event without a full Tour card.
  •  He is the third Indian to win on the Asian Tour in 2017 and the second player from his country after Gaganjeet Bhullar to win the Yeangder TPC.
  • The Yeangder TPC is the second event in Chinese Taipei which is sponsored by the Yeangder Group. Shiv Kapur won the first tournament (Yeangder Heritage) in April, completing a clean sweep for Indian golfers in Yeangder sponsored tournaments.
  • Sandhu took advantage of the par-five 10th hole this week where he made four birdies. In total, he accumulated 17 birdies against five bogeys.
  • With the victory Sandhu took home US$90,000 including a two-year winner’s exemption on the Asian Tour. He won the Yeangder TPC one day before his 29th birthday.
  • Prior to this victory, Sandhu’s best results on the Asian Tour was third at the 2011 SAIL Open in India and 2017 TAKE Solutions Masters.
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