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.
Shubhankar Sharma will need a solid second round to make the cut a week before the Masters at Augusta
Meet Shubhankar Sharma, whose Joburg Open title makes him youngest Indian golfer to win on European Tour
India has another winner on the European Tour after 21-year-old Shubhankar Sharma won the Joburg Open by three shots.
Anirban Lahiri’s woes with his putter continued as he slipped from T-43rd to T-68th at the end of the third day of the PGA Championships at Quail Hollow on Saturday.
A consistent Aditi Ashok brought home a third successive two-under 70 in the final round to sign off Tied-third in the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters on Saturday.
Aditi Ashok continued with her magnificent run with a second successive round of two-under 70 that lifted her to tied-third in the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.
Aditi Ashok scripted another piece of history in her fast-rising career by clinching partial playing rights on the LPGA Tour with a tied 24th finish in the Qualifying Tournament.
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