Coronavirus Outbreak: Pandemic break a blessing in disguise, allowed me to reassess my game, says golfer Shubhankar Sharma
Sharma, a 2018 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, believes he will be in better form when he tees up for what will be his first professional tournament in four months.
Young guns Viraj Madappa, Khalin Joshi to lead India's charge at Classic GCC International in Gurugram
Rising youngsters like Viraj Madappa and Khalin Joshi will carry the Indian hopes but experienced professionals such as Argentina's Miguel Carballo will be the favourites at the Classic Golf and Country Club International starting here on Thursday.
Shubhankar Sharma close to grabbing PGA Tour card; Anirban Lahiri withdraws to help family prepare for hurricane
It is Shubhankar Sharma's last chance to grab a PGA Tour card and he will likely need a sole sixth place to join Anirban Lahiri, who has already assured himself a card.
While players are mostly averse to making changes in their game midway through the season, the situation was dire enough for Anirban Lahiri to send an SOS to his long-time coach Vijay Divecha. They spent three weeks in June and July working on various aspects of his game.
The Open 2019: 'Brooks Koepka inspires me', says Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma while praising his partner's uncluttered mind
Sharma was only 16 and playing in his first professional event when he was paired with Koepka in the final round of the Gujarat Kensville Challenge in 2013.
Shubhankar Sharma, playing with World No. 1 Brooks Koepka (68), had 17 pars and his sole birdie was courtesy a brilliant 30-foot monster putt and when play ended he was Tied-20th and four shots behind sole leader J B Holmes, who birdied the 18th to move to five-under.
The Open 2019: Shubhankar Sharma, playing his second British Open, to tee of alongside World No 1 Brooks Koepka
Shubhankar Sharma, playing in his second Open and only fifth Major, will tee off in the company of Brooks Koepka, who has won four Majors in his last nine Major starts, and Louis Oosthuzien, who won the 2010 Open at St Andrews.
Diksha Dagar's success reinforces the importance of military's golf courses, but Indian golf can do well without power tussle
Diksha needs top class coaching to really carve out a name in pro golf. But the real challenge for India and Indian golfers to make a mark in the Olympics would be to get the army to put their shoulder to the wheel. Right now they are just sitting back and waiting for champs to land in their lap.
Indian golfer Jyoti Randhawa arrested from Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh on poaching charges
A professional golfer since 1994, Jyoti Randhawa plays on the Asian Tour and was once ranked in the top 100 in the world golf rankings.
Golfer Shubhankar Sharma becomes youngest Indian to win Asian Tour Order of Merit after groundbreaking year
Sharma became the fifth and the youngest Indian to win the Asian Tour Order of Merit. He joins Jyoti Randhawa, Arjun Atwal, Jeev Milkha Singh and Anirban Lahiri.
Shubhankar Sharma becomes first Indian golfer to win European Tour Rookie honours; Danny Willett ends title drought
Shubhankar Sharma became the first Indian golfer to win the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year on the European Tour award.
Hobbling Shubhankar Sharma plays through blistered ankle to keep himself in race for Rookie of the Year title
Despite the pain, Shubhankar Sharma shot a superb five-under par 67, virtually making sure he was not shooting himself out of the race to win the coveted Rookie of the Year title on the European Tour.
Shubhankar Sharma cards modest 73 at Dubai, but stays favourite to win Rookie of the Year award on European Tour
The opening day of the season-ending DP World Tour Championships at the Jumeirah Golf Estate’s Earth course, did not pan out quite the way Shubhankar Sharma may have wanted as he carded a disappointing one-over 73.
Turkish Airlines Open: Justin Rose defends title to regain World No 1 spot; Shubhankar Sharma shoots 67 to finish T-43
By winning the Turkish Airlines Open, Justin Rose also became the first player to successfully defend a Rolex Series title.
Turkish Airlines Open: Li Haotong takes three-shot lead as Justin Rose fatlers; Shubhankar Sharma stays at 53rd
Li Haotong brought home a stunning 63 to open up a three-shot lead over defending champion Justin Rose and Alexander Levy heading into the final round.
Panasonic Open: Siddikur Rahman renews love affair with Delhi Golf Club; defending champion Shiv Kapur in T-16th
Siddikur, who has an incredible 12 Top-10s in 15 starts at the DGC since 2010, showed that he is ready for his second win at the DGC, five years after he won the Hero Indian Open.
Panasonic Open India: Shiv Kapur says foreign golfers will be troubled by polluted New Delhi air during event
"I think some of us are kind of immune to the pollution now. But it's not a good thing, the visitors and foreigners struggle a bit more," added Shiv Kapur, who is from Delhi.
Sharma believes he is close to rediscovering the form that led him to two wins on the Asian Tour and is capable of following the footsteps of Hideki Matsuyama, who won the title in 2016.
Women’s Indian Open: Austria's Christine Wolf runs ahead of pack in second round to take four-shot lead
After painting her scorecard liberally with red colours over a nine-hole stretch from the fifth to 13th with seven birdies, Austrian Christine Wolf seemed to run out of red paint over the last five holes in the second round of the Women’s Indian Ope
Women’s Indian Open: Norway's Tonje Daffinrud sizzles to take 2-shot lead; Ridhima Dilawari best Indian at Tied 5th
Norwegian star Tonje Daffinrud sizzled at the finish on the front nine to take a two-shot lead on the field, while India’s Ridhima Dilawari, with barely three weeks of pro golf experience, sparkled with three birdies