Kapur, Jeev start with sub-par rounds at Scottish Open

Indian trio of Shiv Kapur (69), Jeev Milkha Singh (70) and Gaganjeet Bhullar (75) began their final attempt at qualifying for the British Open with mixed results at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open late Saturday.

Srinagar gets a golf training park

A golf training park was inaugurated by Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Ashok Prasad here today with an aim to impart training to golfers of all age-groups, especially students.

Noida Golf Course crowned as Toyota IGU National Champion

Land Cruiser Noida Golf Course team came out victorious in the final of Toyota IGU NHS National Club Challenge after defeating nine other clubs from different corners of India at the Classic Golf Resort, Gurgaon.

We will take golf to new venues this year: Sandhu

Indian golf will cover new grounds across the length and breadth of the country in one of the strongest season this year, said PGTI Director, Padamjit Sandhu on Monday.

Unheralded Lee repels Mickelson charge in Abu Dhabi

Little-known Briton Craig Lee withstood a barnstorming display from world number five Phil Mickelson to grab a two-stroke lead after the third round of the $2.7 million Abu Dhabi Championship on Saturday.

Gauri maintains lead in Usha Golf Championship

Gauri Monga survived an erratic day at the Poona golf course to stay on top of the leaderboard at the end of the penultimate day of the Usha Western India Ladies & Junior Girls championship here on thursday.

Shiv Kapur shoots 71 in rain-hit Mandela Championships

Indian golfer Shiv Kapur opened with a one-over 71 in the weather-affected first round of the Nelson Mandela Championship presented by ISPA Handa here.

Hong Kong Open: Disappointing final day for Indians as Kapur, Lahiri finish 12th

Indian golfer Shiv Kapur collapsed in the final round and signed a disappointing card of three-over 73 to finish tied 12th after being in a position of contention at the USD 1.3 million Hong Kong Open here on sunday.

Digvijay overcomes aching back to move to tied second

Digvijay Singh continued his fine march with three closing birdies in a row to post a second successive five-under 67 that put him within two shots of the leader, Prayad Marksaeng, at the inaugural USD 750,000 Chiangmai Golf Classic.

Atwal fails in bid to get to PGA Tour, Web.Com

Despite carding a seven-under 65 in the final round, Arjun Atwal failed to earn a status on either the PGA Tour or the Web.Com Tour for 2013.

Gurbani to start favourite in Usha DGC Ladies Open

Gurbani Singh, who has taken over the lead from Aditi Ashok at the top of the Order of Merit of the Ladies section in the IGU circuit, will start as a firm favourite in the third Usha Delhi Golf Club Ladies tournament starting here from Tuesday.

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.

Investment of $ 150 million promised for golf in India

A huge fund of $ 150 million would be created to give a boost to Indian golf industry in the coming years, it was announced at the conclusion of the fourth Asia Golf Industry Show.

Gangjee placed 12th at halfway stage in Nationwide golf

Rahil Gangjee carded a fine second round of 68 to be placed at tied 12th.

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