Panasonic Open Golf: Thailand's Itthipat Buranatanyarat continues to lead; India's Khalin Joshi, Rashid Khan joint fifth
The first round of the Panasonic Open India resumed at 11am with players, who were scheduled for the afternoon rounds on the opening day, beginning their challenge at the Classic Golf and Country Club here.
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.
Year in review 2018: From Shubhankar Sharma's win at Maybank Championship to return of Rahil Gangjee, top moments in Indian golf
From Shubhankar Sharma’s final round 62 to win Maybank Championship to the return of Gangjee here are some of the highlights of Indian golf in 2018
Panasonic Open India: Khalin Joshi shows amazing strength to bounce back, clinches maiden Asian Tour title
On Sunday, Khalin Joshi crossed over from being a ‘nearly man’ to an actual champion at the Panasonic Open India. In the process, he showed great heart, amazing strength to bounce back and finally closed in style with four birdies in last five holes.
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
Mercuries Taiwan Masters: Indian golfer SSP Chawrasia fights back to finish Tied-5th after first round
SSP Chawrasia, who has missed 15 cuts in 21 starts this season, was three-over through the first seven holes and was staring at another bleak week, when his putter started working.
Asked what would be his strategy in the weekend, Shubhankar said, "I exactly know how that course behaves. I'll be aggressive tomorrow."
India's Shubhankar Sharma fired 10 birdies to stun crowds and secure a two-shot win at the US$3 million Maybank Championship in Malaysia.