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Shaurya’s winning run in US Kids India Golf North.

Posted by Admin 24 Dec 2021

Written by: Anjali Mishra


Shaurya Dagar, from Bengaluru, broke Chaitanya Pandey's winning run in the Boys Under-10 category of the US Kids Golf India.


Shaurya, a previous winner in the US Kids Under-8 class two years ago, shot a 1-over 73 in the fifth leg of the series on a cold morning at the Classic Golf and Country Club.

Shaurya started from the 10th hole and finished 2-over with one birdie against two bogeys on the 16th and 17th. Shaurya birdied the first and eighth holes on his back nine and dropped a stroke on the second for a 73.


shauryaShaurya Dagar, winner of 5th leg of US Kids India Golf North 


Arihaan Beri shot 76, and Chaitanya Pandey, who won the first four rounds and was attempting to make it five in a row, had a roller coaster of around.


Chaitanya birdied three consecutive holes from the 10th to the 12th, but he also made three bogeys on the 11th, 16th, and 17th. He birdied the second and fifth holes on the back nine, but he bogeyed the fourth. With three holes to play, he was 2-over, but owing to a fever, he bogeyed his last three holes and finished third at 77. 


chaitanya pandeyChaitanaya Pandey, Kids golfer


Bhavesh Nirwan, who won for the fourth time in a row, was the only player to shoot a sub-par round of 1-under 71. He has only lost once, and that was in the first leg. Ansh and Ayan Dubey, twins, finished second and third, respectively, while fatigued Ayan Dubey finished at fourth.


shambhavi chaturvediShambhavi Chaturvedi, Kids Golfer


Arshvant Srivastava, winner of the first leg of the 2021 US Kids Golf India, was ranked fourth. Raajveer Singh of Noida won his section for the fourth time in the Boys Under 9 division. Shambhavi Chaturvedi, who had won four in a row. Chaitanya Pandey got defeated this time. Naina Kapoor came in second and Shambhavi came in third.


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