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.
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.
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.
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.
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.