Golfing legend Thomson pays tribute to DGC founding member
Golfing legend Thomson pays tribute to DGC founding member

The Bharat Ram Centenary celebration, which falls this week, is a time for the golfing fraternity to remember the founding member of the Delhi Golf Club.

Pankaj Advani enters Indian Open snooker qualifiers knockout
Pankaj Advani enters Indian Open snooker qualifiers knockout

Ace Indian cueist Pankaj Advani once again mesmerised the green baize to top the league round and enter the knockout phase of the Indian Open snooker qualifier, here on Wednesday.

Indian Open snooker postponed to March next year
Indian Open snooker postponed to March next year

Owing to the state elections in Maharashtra, this season's Indian Open world ranking snooker event, slated to be held here, has been postponed from its original date of October 13-17 to March 10-14 next year.

Indian Open snooker postponed to March next year
Indian Open snooker postponed to March next year

Owing to the state elections in Maharashtra, this season's Indian Open world ranking snooker event, slated to be held here, has been postponed from its original date of October 13-17 to March 10-14 next year.

Pankaj Advani undecided over Indian Open participation

Ace cueist Pankaj Advani on Thursday said he still hasn`t decided whether he will participate in the Indian Open World Ranking Snooker event scheduled to be held in October as the dates are clashing with the World Billiards Championship.

Mumbai to host 2014 `Indian Open` snooker in October

After a successful inaugural season last year, India will continue to host the `Indian Open`, one of the annual ranking snooker event, this year in Mumbai between October 13-17, the Billiards and Snooker Federation of India (BSFI) announced today.

Sindhu drops out of top-10

A first round exit from the India Open last week means P.V. Sindhu drops a place to No.11 in the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) women’s singles rankings released Thursday.

Jwala-Ashwini pair looks to roar back to form at Indian Open

India`s top doubles shuttler Ashwini Ponappa is not losing her sleep over recent setbacks at the international tournaments and wants to roar back to form with partner Jwala Gutta at the Indian Open Super Series next month.

Chen guarantees Chinese final presence

All-England champion Chen Long helped ensure that there would be a Chinese mens singles finalist as he carried his title defence into the semi-finals with a patient win on Friday.

Aditya Mehta wins Kolkata Open Snooker C`ship

India`s professional snooker player Aditya Mehta successfully defended his title at the second Kolkata Open Invitational Championship, defeating Kamal Chawla 6-2 in the summit clash here Sunday.

Chowrasia misses by a whisker, Siddikur clinches title

India`s S S P Chowrasia missed a much-needed birdie putt on the last hole as Bangladesh golfer Mohammad Siddikur clinched the 50th Hero Indian Open title by just one stroke despite turning in a poor three-over 75 in the final round of the Asian Tour event on Sunday.

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.

SSP Chowrasia lies four-strokes behind Mohammad Siddikur in Indian Open

Indian golfer SSP Chowrasia shot a sparkling six-under 66 to lie four-strokes behind Bangladesh`s Mohammad Siddikur who continued to lead the field with a sizzling 67 on the third day of the USD 1.25 million Hero Indian Open here today.

Gangjee best-placed Indian, Siddikur leads at Indian Open

Rahil Gangjee was the best-placed Indian at the weather-hit Hero Indian Open as he was four strokes adrift of Mohammad Siddikur, who fired a sensational six-under 66 to grab a two-stroke clubhouse lead, here on Friday.

Tendulkar`s mental strength is god-like: Daniel Chopra

Retiring cricketing great Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest sportsperson that India has ever produced and his "super human" mental strength is "god-like", feels two-time PGA Tour winner golfer Daniel Chopra, who is currently playing in the Indian Open.

Shankar eyes good show in Indian Open to earn Asian Tour card

He blasted three birdies on the final holes to turn in a sizzling five-under 67 on the opening round of Indian Open and boosted by the performance, Shankar Das said he was looking forward to a good show in the next three days here to earn a card at the Asian Tour.

Bhullar wins Indian Open Pro-Am

Gaganjeet Bhullar, who has never won the Indian Open, nor a pro title at the Delhi Golf Club gave himself a great booster by leading his team to a fine win in the Pro-Am of the 50th Hero Indian Open which kick-started the Golden Jubilee edition of the tournament, on Wednesday.

I`ll follow footsteps of Payne Stewart in Indian Open:Thompson

PGA Tour winner Michael Thompson of America said he will look to follow the footsteps of his compatriot and three-time major winner, Late Payne Stewart when he tees off at the 50th Hero Indian Open on Thursday.

Lahiri eyes win at 50th Indian Open

Anirban Lahiri has his eyes trained on the 50th Hero Indian Open, starting November 7 at the Delhi Golf Club - a course where he has enjoyed huge success.

Atwal aims for golden week at Indian Open

Winning his first national championship 14 years ago is one memory which Arjun Atwal will never forget and the veteran golfer said he can`t wait to tee up again at the 50th Hero Indian Open next month as this was the title that made him the star that he is today.