Family will be key to Anirban Lahiri's success at the Open
Family will be key to Anirban Lahiri's success at the Open

 Anirban Lahiri went through contrasting emotions on a challenging Le National at the Alstom Open de France when he finished the first round at two-under 69 and then carded a very disappointing 77 in the second.

SSP Chawrasia finishes sixth in Queens Cup
SSP Chawrasia finishes sixth in Queens Cup

India's SSP Chawrasia birdied three of the last five holes to overcome his early double bogey and finish tied sixth at the USD 300,000 Queen's Cup golf tournament here on Sunday.

Evergreen Angel Miguel Jimenez set to add colour at Indian Open
Evergreen Angel Miguel Jimenez set to add colour at Indian Open

Known for his love for Cuban cigars, vintage wine and passion for blazing fast cars, evergreen Spain legend Angel Miguel Jimenez - also known as 'The Mechanic' - is set to dazzle when he tees off at the tricky DGC for the Hero Indian Open golf starting Thursday.

Asian outlook positive again, says tour chief
Asian outlook positive again, says tour chief

Asian Tour CEO Mike Kerr says the outlook for golf in the continent is positive again after a difficult few years which saw tournaments scrapped and sponsors hard to find.

Sharmila makes great start at Lalla Meryem Cup, placed 16th

Sharmila Nicollet made a fine start in her return to the Ladies European Tour after a long absence as she shot a one-under 70 to be tied 16th after the first round in the Lalla Meryem Cup here today.

I`ll try to be aggressive on Sunday: Rashid Khan

His roller-coaster round saw him score eagles, birdies and bogeys but Rashid Khan was satisfied with his sizzling card of seven-under 65 and said he would look to be more aggressive when he chases leader Mohammad Siddikur in the final round of Hero Indian Open here tomorrow.

Strong field for Indian Open golf

A star-studded field will tee off Nov 7 at the Delhi Golf Club to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Hero Indian Open. The event will carry a purse of $1.25 million.

Shiv Kapur best Indian at Indian Open, ends fourth

Shiv Kapur was the best-placed Indian golfer at fourth after carding a blemish-free five-under 66 but it was Thai veteran Thaworn Wiratchant (66) who walked away with the top honours after clinching a thrilling play-off at the Hero Indian Open here today.

Shiv best Indian at tied 9th on day 3 of Hero Indian Open

Shiv Kapur brought himself back into spotlight with a sedate three-under 68 to become the best-placed Indian at tied ninth after the penultimate round of Hero Indian Open here today.

Bhullar ready to lead local challenge at Indian Open

Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar insists he is not feeling any pressure ahead of the $1.25 million Hero Indian Open as he chases a third Asian Tour win this season.

Himmat optimistic of finishing on high at Indian Open

An Asian Tour and a domestic title under his belt in the span of just a few weeks, in-form young Indian golfer Himmat Rai is now focused on the Hero Indian Open where he tees up alongside a stellar field despite the absence of some home-grown bigwigs such as Jeev Milkha Singh.

Tipped as Scotland`s `next Monty`, David Law in Indian Open

Often called Scotland`s "Next Colin Montgomerie", David Law will make his professional debut at the October 13 to 16 Hero Indian Open, teeing up alongside young Indian golf talent such as Gaganjeet Bhullar, Himmat Rai and Rashid Khan.

Kapur confirms participation in Indian Open

Kapur, third at the Indian Open last year, said winning the USD 1.25 million event would be a dream come true for him.

Ryder Cup star Molinari to tee off at Indian Open

Hero Indian Open will have a top draw in Ryder Cup star Edoardo Molinari of Italy when it tees off here from October 13 to 16.