Chowrasia finishes 10th in Manila; Lahiri 22nd

SSP Chowrasia rounded off the ICTSI Philippine Open with a three-under 69 to finish 10th here today. For Chowrasia, this was the third top-10 of the year and he has also finished tied 11th once.

Digvijay best Indian at 29th, Mamat wins title

India`s Rahil Gangjee faced finishing blues with three bogeys in last five holes of the final round of the ICTSI Philippine Open to end with a round of 77, which saw him finish tied 35th.

Gangjee tied 16th at Philippine Open golf

Despite a round of 74, Rahil Gangjee managed to move up one place to be placed tied 16th at the end of the third round of the ICTSI Philippine Open on Saturday.

Gangjee best as four Indians make cut at Manila

It was tough day out there for the Indians as only four of the eight who started survived the midway cut at the ICTSI Philippine Open on Friday.

Digvijay best Indian after first round at Manila

Digvijay Singh overcame a patchy front nine that included a double bogey to card a one-under 71, which gave him a share of the 14th place at the end of the first round in the USD 300,000 ICTSI Philippine Open on Thursday.

Gangjee hoping for a better outing in Manila

Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee, who came close to ending his title drought at the Kensville Challenge at home last month, will be hoping to draw on that form when he tees up at the ICTSI Philippine Open which starts on Thursday.

Digvijay finishes fourth at Philippine Open golf

Divijay Singh notched up his best finish of the season with a steady one-under 71 on the final day to finish with two-under 286 at tied fourth at the ICTSI Philippine Open.

Digvijay finishes fourth at Philippine Open golf

Divijay Singh notched up his best finish of the season with a steady one-under 71 on the final day to finish with two-under 286 at tied fourth at the ICTSI Philippine Open.

Himmat drops to ninth, Digvijay in top-10 in Manila

Himmat Rai dropped down the leader board with a nightmarish five-over 77 and fellow Indian Digvijay Singh lost his rhythm towards the end.

Himmat drops to ninth, Digvijay in top-10 in Manila

Himmat Rai dropped down the leader board with a nightmarish five-over 77 and fellow Indian Digvijay Singh lost his rhythm towards the end.