Indian golfers Chikka, Himmat earn Asian Tour cards
Indian golfers Chikka, Himmat earn Asian Tour cards

Indian golfer S. Chikka and Himmat Rai were among 47 players to earn an Asian Tour card at the Qualifying School final stage presented by Sports Authority of Thailand here Saturday.

Anirban Lahiri comes back in Round 2 at weather-hit Indonesia Open
Anirban Lahiri comes back in Round 2 at weather-hit Indonesia Open

Anirban Lahiri gave himself a fair chance to chase Order of Merit leader, David Lipsky as he Indian fired a superb five-under 66 to make amends for his first round 74 at the BANK BRI Indonesia Open on Friday.

Atwal tied 3rd, Chowrasia, Gangjee tied 7th at Indonesia Open
Atwal tied 3rd, Chowrasia, Gangjee tied 7th at Indonesia Open

The Indian players were off to a great start at the the BANK BRI Indonesia Open here today, with three of them figuring in the top-10 at the end of the first round.

Rahil Gangjee tied 11th at midway stage in Taipei Masters
Rahil Gangjee tied 11th at midway stage in Taipei Masters

On a rather windy day, Rahil Gangjee (71) rode on three birdies on the front nine to move into tied 11th position at the end of the halfway stage of the USD650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters here on Friday.

Bhullar, Randhawa in fray at Thai Golf Championships

On a high after clinching his fifth Asian Tour title earlier this month, Gaganjeet Bhullar will spearhead the Indian challenge at the Thai Golf Championships starting here on thursday.

Himmat, Chowrasia chase the leaders hard in Manila golf

Himmat Rai, who has had very modest results, save a top-10 at the Avantha Masters this season, showed signs of reviving his fortunes with a third straight round in 60s at the inaugural USD 750,000 Resorts World Manila Masters on Saturday.

Bhullar, Himmat sure to miss cut in Korea

Gaganjeet Bhullar made an early exit from the CJ Invitational Hosted by KJ Choi as he carded a horrendous 12-over 84, which included a dreaded 10 on par-4 ninth, on Friday.

Anirban Lahiri leads Indian challenge at Queen`s Cup

Anirban Lahiri, who has three victories at home, will be looking for his maiden win at the Asian Tour when he tees off at the USD 312,000 Queen`s Cup on Thursday.

Himmat best Indian at tied 19th in Manila

Himmat Rai carded two-under 70 in the final round of to finish tied 19th, best Indian result, in the Solaire Open here on Sunday.

Modest start for Indians in Solaire Open golf

Himmat Rai and Rahil Gangjee were tied at 59th place as Indian golfers made a very modest start to their campaign on day one of the Solaire Open on Thursday.

Singapore Open: Randhawa, Himmat best Indians on Day 1

Jyoti Randhawa and Himmat Rai were the best-placed Indians on the weather-hit opening day of the Barclays Singapore Open at the challenging Serapong Golf Course here.

Himmat, Randhawa to lead impresssive field in DLF Masters

The creme de la creme of Indian golf, including defending champion Himmat Rai and two-time winner Jyoti Randhawa, will vie for top honours when the sixth edition of the DLF Masters tees off at the DLF Golf and Country Club here on Thursday.

Kapur, Himmat miss cut; Grace takes four-shot lead

Indian golfers Shiv Kapur and Himmat Rai bowed out of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championships after failing to make the cut, which in this tournament is applied after three rounds.

Rough start for Kapur, Rai at Dunhill links

Indian golfers Shiv Kapur (71) and Himmat Rai (74) made less-than-impressive starts on the opening day of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship being played over three courses.

Bhullar leads, Himmat 10th, five Indians make cut at Taiwan

Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar made a birdie-birdie finish to take a slender one-shot lead into the third and final round of the weather-shorted Yeangder Tournament Players Championship on Sunday.

Himmat, Chiragh miss cut in Korea

Himmat Rai and Chiragh Kumar failed to make the cut after poor second rounds at the inaugural Volvik Hildesheim Open J Golf Series.

Himmat best positioned Indian after round 1 of Avantha Masters

Himmat Rai was the best placed Indian at tied fourth after carding a decent four-under 66.

Himmat hopes to build on form and positive memories at Johor

Himmat Rai, coming from his biggest payday in professional golf, returns to the Iskandar Johor Open, an event where he pushed K.J. Choi to the brink in 2009 before settling for tied third.

Himmat ensures big payday in weather-affected Singapore Open

As rain stayed away in the early part of the day, Himmat shot five-under 66 to close at eight-under 276 and finish tied 13th for which he picked up USD 86,600.

Lahiri sole Indian to shoot under-par round in Korea

Anirban Lahiri was the only Indians in the field to return with a sub-par round on the opening day of the inaugural CJ Invitational.