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Indian Golfers are on an upward curve, excelling in different tournaments

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Posted by Admin 04 Oct 2019

Talk about Golf in India and you will see a gallery of talented golfers who are making their presence felt on the international Golf circuit. The golfers are excelling in different tournaments, irrespective of the gender. Teen amateur golfer Pranavi Urs nailed two late birdies to emerge as the best-placed Indian at Tied-10th after the opening round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open at Gurugram on Thursday.

 

 

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The 16-year-old from Mysore, a past winner on the domestic pro tour, brought home a card of one-under 71 at the DLF Golf and Country Club to lie four shots behind the two leaders – England’s Meghan MacLaren and Whitney Hilliers of Australia.

 

 

Adding to the action on the first day was Lucknow-based 19-year-old Jyotsana Singh, a late entrant, who aced the par-3 16th. She had an interesting finish - four bogeys between 13th and 18th with an ace in between on 16th for 73. She closed with two bogeys.

 

India's Ajeetesh Sandhu went on a birdie spree to turn in a four-under 68 and lie fourth after the opening round of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Thursday.

 

 

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Sandhu, starting from the back nine, opened with a bogey but blasting five birdies on the trot from 13th to 17th to to turn in four-under.

 

 

 

 

Among other Indians, S Chikkarangappa was Tied-8th with 70, while Aman Raj and Khalin Joshi shot 71 each to T-17, Rashid Khan, Chiragh Kumar, Viraj Madappa and Abhijit Chadha carded 72 each and were T-30th.

 

 

Among other Indians, S Chikkarangappa was Tied-8th with 70, while Aman Raj and Khalin Joshi shot 71 each to T-17, Rashid Khan, Chiragh Kumar, Viraj Madappa and Abhijit Chadha carded 72 each and were T-30th.

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