Randhawa who turned professional in 1994 has since gone on to win eight titles on the Asian Tour including five at home.
Travels through the Hindi belt: Love for golf saves Lucknow's Martin Purva from unemployment as locals tee off careers as caddies
The golf course has been employing at least one member from nearly every household in Martin Purva.
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.
On Saturday, the traditional moving, Joshi did not just move, but galloped. He had nine birdies – as against three on first day and six on second – against one bogey and from 5-under in T-15th position he is now in shared lead with Bangladesh’s Siddikur Rahman
The general feeling on the Asian Tour is that Indians are odds-on favourite when they play any international event at home. More so when it is at the Delhi Golf Club, famed for its narrow fairways and thick bushes. It is no different at the Panasonic Open India 2018
Going into the final round, Gaganjeet Bhullar withstood intense pressure as he holed a monstrous chip from outside the green for an eagle-three at the 17th to head into the last hole with a one-shot advantage over Quayle.
Asked what would be his strategy in the weekend, Shubhankar said, "I exactly know how that course behaves. I'll be aggressive tomorrow."
Indian Open 2018: Ajeetesh Sandhu cards solid four-under 68, Anirban Lahiri, Shubhankar Sharma struggle
Besides Ajeetesh Sandhu, two-time defending champion SSP Chawrasia (74), 2015 winner Anirban Lahiri (72), and former Indian champions Jyoti Randhawa (72) and Feroz Ali (one over at 14th hole) had a tough day in office.
Focus will be on Sharma as he joins the who's who of Indian golf such as Anirban Lahiri, Shiv Kapur and two-time defending champion SSP Chawrasia, among others.
Shubhankar Sharma's rise shows armed forces-owned golf courses can play major role in boosting the sport in India
Apart from setting up a structured system for promotion of talent, the armed forces must also throw open their golf courses for other neighbourhood kids.
Bhullar now has nine international wins to his credit including one on the European Challenge Tour.
British Open 2017: Anirban Lahiri, Shiv Kapur look to improve their world rankings at Royal Birkdale
The last time two Indians featured in the same Open was in 2012, when Lahiri made his debut and Jeev Milkha Singh also played in the field at Royal Lytham.
Golfer SSP Chawrasia lifted his first Asian Tour title outside India after prevailing at the second play-off hole to win the Resorts World Manila Masters.
India's Gaganjeet Bhullar overcame a five-shot overnight deficit with a sublime final round of four-under-67 to record his sixth Asian Tour triumph at the Shinhan Donghae Open on Sunday
India's Anirban Lahiri has described lifting the coveted 2015 Asian Tour's Order of Merit crown as "really special" as he reset his goals to winning in America and becoming a Major champion in the near future.
India's Rashid Khan produced a strong back nine performance to win the Chiangmai Golf Classic by one shot for his second Asian Tour title on Sunday.
"I played quite nicely and 65 is what I needed to do," said Els.
Randhawa, 42, began with a bogey but went on to reel off seven birdies to lead Angelo Que of the Philippines by one shot,
Lahiri, who won the SAIL-SBI Open in 2012 and 2013, will need to be at his best as the likes of Chowrasia and Karlberg have also won at DGC previously on the Asian Tour.