Golf prodigy Shubham Jaglan wins second junior world title in two weeks
Indian golf prodigy Shubham Jaglan on Thursday showed his win last week was no fluke as he captured another title.
New Delhi: Indian golf prodigy Shubham Jaglan on Thursday showed his win last week was no fluke as he captured another title.
The 10-year-old added another stellar achievement to his resume as he won the IJGA World Stars of Junior Golf event in Las Vegas.
With a three round score of 106, the Indian won by five-strokes beating Justin Dang and Sihan Sandhu and Thailand's Pongsapak Laopakdee for the Boys 9-10 years category title at the Angel Park.
Jaglan's proud mother,Anjala Jaglan, on Friday expressed delight at her son's victory and thanked his coach for the youngster's stunning achievement.
"I am very happy that he has come first for the second time, there is one more tournament coming up...I wish that he keeps working hard and winning tournaments. I spoke to him after victory he was happy," she told ANI.
"I would like to thank his coach for the hard work, I would also like to thank Delhi Golf Course," she added.
Shubham, son of a Haryana milkman, announced himself to the world with a win Junior World Golf Championships at the Welk Resort Fountain Course in California last Sunday.
(With Agency inputs)