Mukesh Kumar wins PGTI Cochin Masters
Mukesh Kumar wins PGTI Cochin Masters

Seasoned Mukesh Kumar brought all his experience to the fore as he fired a second successive six-under 66 in the fourth round to clinch the PGTI Cochin Masters, his first title in two years, at the CIAL Golf and Country Club, here on Saturday.

Cochin Masters: Gangjee, Kumar enjoy one-shot lead on day three
Cochin Masters: Gangjee, Kumar enjoy one-shot lead on day three

Kolkata's Rahil Gangjee and Mukesh Kumar of Mhow hold a one-shot lead going into the final round of the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf & Country Club.

Gaganjeet Bhullar to lead the charge at second PGTI Cochin Masters
Gaganjeet Bhullar to lead the charge at second PGTI Cochin Masters

Five-time Asian Tour winner, Gaganjeet Bhullar will lead a strong field of Indian golfers during the second edition of the Rs 55 lakh PGTI Cochin Masters at the CIAL Golf and Country Club starting here on Wednesday.

Anirban Lahiri fritters bright start, lies 16th after first round
Anirban Lahiri fritters bright start, lies 16th after first round

Anirban Lahiri frittered away a great start at five-under through 13 holes, before a lapse in concentration saw him drop as many as three shots over next four holes to finish at two-under 70, that still placed him tied 16th after the first day at the USD 3 million Maybank Malaysian Open here on Thursday.

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.

Arjun Atwal, Rashid Khan best Indians at tied 5th in Manila
Arjun Atwal, Rashid Khan best Indians at tied 5th in Manila

A four-birdie streak on his first nine saw Arjun Atwal (68) reach tied 15th spot alongside Rashid Khan (71) at four-under 140 at the midway stage of the USD 1 million Resorts World Manila Masters here on Friday.

India`s Shiv Chowrasia wins Panasonic Open
India`s Shiv Chowrasia wins Panasonic Open

Shiv Chowrasia of India clinched his third Asian Tour title when he defeated compatriot Rahil Gangjee and Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka in the play-off to win the Panasonic Open on Sunday.

Consistent Gangjee remains on top in Panasonic Open
Consistent Gangjee remains on top in Panasonic Open

 Rahil Gangjee rode on a hot putter and accurate drives to turn in a four-under 68 and maintain his two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the USD 300,000 Panasonic Open India here on Friday.

Rahil Gangjee fires 66 to go top at Panasonic Open
Rahil Gangjee fires 66 to go top at Panasonic Open

Home favourite Rahil Gangjee fired a brilliant six-under-par 66 to seize a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Panasonic Open India golf tournament here on Thursday.

SSP Chowrasia confident of a good show at Panasonic Open India
SSP Chowrasia confident of a good show at Panasonic Open India

 After a string of good results this season, SSP Chowrasia, a two-time winner on Asian and European Tours in joint-sanctioned events, says he is confident of coming up with a good show in the Panasonic Open and is convinced that a win is not too far away.

Rahil Gangjee tied 6th at Taiwan Masters
Rahil Gangjee tied 6th at Taiwan Masters

 Rahil Gangjee shot a two-under 70 to move into tied sixth place on a very windy and difficult scoring day at the USD 650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Saturday.

Superb fifth-place finish for SSP Chowrasia in Hong Kong
Superb fifth-place finish for SSP Chowrasia in Hong Kong

 SSP Chowrasia's superb comeback continued with yet another fine finish as he ended a creditable tied fifth at the Hong Kong Open golf here on Sunday.

Anirban Lahiri, Rahil Gangjee upbeat about Hong Kong Open
Anirban Lahiri, Rahil Gangjee upbeat about Hong Kong Open

Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri and Rahil Gangjee Wednesday spoke of their eagerness to play in the Hong Kong Open, expressing their confidence of putting up a good show in the $1.3 million tournament.

Rahil Gangjee tied 9th as Lewton wins title in Taipei
Rahil Gangjee tied 9th as Lewton wins title in Taipei

A late slump cost Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee dearly as he signed off tied ninth at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters after carding a two-over 74 on a windy final day of the USD 650,000 event here on Sunday.​

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.

Arjun Atwal tied seventh in Asia-Pacific Open in Japan
Arjun Atwal tied seventh in Asia-Pacific Open in Japan

Arjun Atwal, who spent a whole year without status on PGA Tour, brought home a card of three-under 69 to be the best Indian at the end of the first day of the 150 million Yen Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup, here today.

Arjun Atwal tied seventh in Asia-Pacific Open in Japan
Arjun Atwal tied seventh in Asia-Pacific Open in Japan

Arjun Atwal, who spent a whole year without status on PGA Tour, brought home a card of three-under 69 to be the best Indian at the end of the first day of the 150 million Yen Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup, here today.

Anirban Lahiri in two-shot lead, SSP Chowrasia second in Malaysia
Anirban Lahiri in two-shot lead, SSP Chowrasia second in Malaysia

Indian golfers Anirban Lahiri and SSP Chowrasia took the top two positions at the end of the first round of the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters, here on Thursday.

Anirban Lahiri leads Indian charge at Selangor Masters
Anirban Lahiri leads Indian charge at Selangor Masters

Golfers Anirban Lahiri and Rahil Gangjee will lead the Indian charge at the $410,000 Selangor Masters to be held at the Seri Selangor Golf Club here Sep 18-21.

Jyoti Randhawa fires second 65; best Indian in Switzerland
Jyoti Randhawa fires second 65; best Indian in Switzerland

Former Asian number one Jyoti Randhawa showed he still has a lot of golf left in him as he carded a second successive round of 65 to move to tied 17th after third round of the Euro 2.3 million Omega European Masters here on Saturday.