Indian Open back on Asian Tour schedule

The Indian Open golf tournament is set to make its return to Asian Tour schedule with the 48th edition of the event, scheduled to be held from October 13-16, offering a record prize purse of USD 1.5 million.

Lee Chong reigns supreme at Indian Open Super Series

The two-time All England champion prevailed over world number six Gade Christensen.

Sourabh, Gurusai in quarters of Indian Open

Sourabh Verma and RMV Gurusai Datt continued their rampaging run in the Indian Open Super Series, notching up contrasting wins in the second round to reach the quarterfinals of the men`s singles event at the Siri Fort Complex.

Sourabh upsets former world No. 3 Sony in Indian Open

Young shuttler Sourabh Verma created the biggest upset of the day when he sent Athens Olympics bronze medallist Sony Dwi Kuncoro packing in straight games in the first round of the Indian Open Super Series.

Saina gets favourable draw, uphill task for men in Indian Open

Top seed Saina Nehwal has been
handed out a favourable draw in the women`s singles but it
would be an uphill task for the Indian men shuttlers in the
USD 200,000 Indian Open Super Series.

Indian Open not in Asian Tour, will get slot later: IGU

Indian golf`s marquee event, the Hero Honda Indian Open, does not figure in the Asian Tour`s 2011 provisional schedule but the Indian Golf Union insisted that the USD 1.25 million tournament would be alloted a slot "very soon".

Nervy Jaini lets it slip, Karlberg lifts Indian Open

Manav Jaini came tantalizingly close to the biggest professional win of his career but nerves got the better of him in the end as the Hero Honda Indian Open had a non-Indian winner in Sweden`s Rikard Karlberg after the final round

Manav, Mukesh shine as Baek continues to lead in Indian Open

A nervy Manav Jaini was erratic throughout, while Mukesh Kumar too let slip a good start but they were still the highest-placed Indians on the leaderboard at tied 3rd after the final round of Hero Honda Indian Open golf tournament

Muniyappa, Chopra miss cut, Indians struggle in Indian Open

Jaini, who is a product of the Delhi Golf Course and has only recently started playing “decent golf” by his own admission, had a two-day total of five-under 139, which is just a stroke behind the leading duo.

Atwal comes home as Indian Open tees off at DGC

Arjun Atwal`s homecoming after the PGA Tour triumph would expectedly hog the limelight even as a rather unassuming defending champion C Muniyappa & Jyoti Randhawa look to strike form at the Hero Honda Indian Open golf tournament.

Atwal aims for first Indian Open title since 1999

Short of practice but rejuvenated after a break, India`s first PGA Tour title winning golfer Arjun Atwal said he is aiming to round off his consistent year by lifting the Hero Honda Indian Open for the first time in 11 years.

Jeev to miss Indian Open due to injury, advised 3-week rest

Ace Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh was today advised three weeks rest to recover from his back injury, forced him out of this week`s Hero Honda Indian Open here.

Jeev pulls out of Indian Open

Jeev Milkha Singh`s season continues to be marred by injuries with a back problem today forcing him out of this week`s Hero Honda Indian Open at the Delhi Golf Club here.

India`s Sharmila wants to pocket maiden Indian Open title

Sharmila Nicollet has her task cut
out for this week`s Hero Honda Indian Open but the rising
golfer said she wants to be the first Indian women to win the
USD 30,000 golf tournament starting on Thursday.

Star-studded field for Indian Open

The creme de la creme of Indian
golf will be in action when
the Hero Honda Indian Open returns to its `spiritual home` --
the Delhi Golf Course -- for the 47th edition next month.

Atwal aims to sign off on a high by lifting Indian Open

He scripted history by becoming
the first Indian to notch up a PGA Tour win but that is just not enough for Arjun Atwal, who wants to sign off his "incredible" season by winning next month`s Indian Open at the Delhi Golf Course.

Indian paddlers start training ahead of Indian Open

With the Indian Open just a week away, 22 Indian paddlers started a vigorous training session at the newly-constructed Yamuna Sports Complex, under the watchful eyes of foreign coach Massimo Constantini.

Nehel ousts seeded rival Prarthana to enter quarters

Delhi`s unseeded Nehel Sahni shocked sixth seed Prarthana Pratap of Karnataka to sail into the women`s singles quarter-finals of the L and T Indian Open Tennis tournament at Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana.

Muniyappa soars to joint lead, Atwal turns in day`s best card

The 14th hole bogey came up as a wake up call as Asian Tour rookie C Muniyappa soared to the joint lead with a strong three-under 69.

Confident Bhullar starts favourite in Indian Open

With stars like Jeev Milkha Singh missing and rest struggling with form, youngster Gaganjeet Bhullar is the top contender in the USD 1.25 million Indian Open golf tournament which tees off at DLF Golf and Country Club here.