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Kapur shoots 67, in line for a good finish in NZ Open golf; Murray leads by one

Shiv Kapur made a fine upward move on the moving day with a five-under 67 that put him in line for a good finish at the 100th New Zealand Open in Queenstown as Murray looks for a win

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Kapur, Chikka are T-26th make cut alongside Sandhu; Murray in lead

Shiv Kapur, S Chikkarangappa and Ajeetesh Sandhu negotiated the first hurdle and made the cut at the 100th New Zealand Open even as Australian Zach Murray moved way ahead of the field

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Sandhu opens with 69, Kapur, Joshi shoot 70 in NZ Open; Murray leads

Ajeetesh Sandhu who seemed set for a fine opening round dropped two late bogeys in the last four holes to finish with three-under 69 to be Tied-25th on the first day of the 100th New Zealand Open while Shiv Kapur and Khalin Joshi shot two-under 70 each to be Tied-42nd as Tour rookie Zach Murray led with 63

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Kapur excited to play unique format in NZ Open with cricketer Fleming; six Indians in the field

Shiv Kapur is raring to at the 100th New Zealand Open on Thursday. Kapur, who is scheduled to play the first round in the company of former Kiwi cricket skipper Stephen Fleming. There are six Indians in the field

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Kapur and Malik in Top-10 in Queens Cup; Tabuena leads

Shiv Kapur made the big moves on the third day as he brought home a card of five-under 65 and leap up to Tied-eighth place to join Amardip Malik (71) Queen’s Cup hosted by Jaidee Foundation

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Birdie-birdie finish keeps Chikka in contention at third in Mauritius

Chikkarangappa struggled for most of the day, as he found only nine out of 18 greens-in-regulation, though a birdie-birdie finish lifted his spirits and kept him in contention behind Harding and Kitayama

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Shubhankar Sharma shoots 65 lies Tied-2nd after first round at WGC-Mexico Championships

India’s Shubhankar Sharma savored a dream debut at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship with an opening six-under 65 pushing him into tied second place and one shot behind leader Louis Oosthuizen

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Europe retain title, but Team Asia’s youngsters win hearts at EurAsia Cup

Team Europe finally found their rhythm and mojo as they steamrollered over Team Asia in the singles on Sunday to win the EurAsia Cup for the second time in three editions reports V Krishnaswamy

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Six Indians including Himmat Rai one round away from Asian Tour card

Leading the Indians was former Asian Tour winner, Himmat Rai, who carded 5-under 66 at St. Andrews 2000 course to place T-18

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Self-belief in Asian team brings disbelief on European team's faces at EurAsia Cup

Asia who won the opening day’s session for the first time in the history of three editions of the EurAsia continued to keep their slender lead reports V Krishnaswamy

 
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