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Udayan Mane tied 6th in the Asian Development Tour.

Asian Tour
Posted by Admin 14 Dec 2022

Indian Udayan Mane tied at 6th position in the Saudi Open 2022, winning a total amount of $6,800.00. The 31-year old golfer had a total score of 203 and hit 13 under 72.  In this US$ 200,000 Saudi Open, an Asian Development Tour (ADT) event at Riyadh Golf Club his scores were 70-67-66 to finish sixth. He tied with Jarand Ekeland Arnoy from norway.


Udayaman Mane

Indonesian Player Naraajie E. Ramadhanputra scored 19-under 72 with 65-66-66  and won the event taking home the prize money of $35,000.00. Australian player Harrison Gilbert  stood at the second place winning $23,000.00
Udayan Mane has a total of 2 top ten wins, where his first top ten finish was in Laguna Phuket Cup, securing seventh place in the tournament. He has won 11 times on the Professional Golf Tour of India.After this win , mane lies 25th on the Asian Development Tour’s Rankings. Mane has made 7 cuts in the eight ADT events he played in 2022, with three top-10 finishes, with last week’s Saudi Arabia finish being his best.  


Naraajie E. Ramadhanputra(right)

The ADT tour will again play in Saudi Arabia – the US$ 125,000 Aramco Invitational from Dec. 14-16 and is part of the huge long term commitment that Saudi Arabia has made to the Asian Tour overall which includes a US$300 million investment over 10 years but unfortunately no Indian has made to this tournament.  


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