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Martial Arts, PS4 and nephews keeps Rashid busy in times of Covid-19

Martial Arts, PS4 and nephews keeps Rashid busy in times of Covid-19

Rashid Khan, India’s top world-ranked player nurses hopes of teeing up at the Olympic Games later this year, but is realistic enough to feel that there is nothing he can do currently except to wait…

Asian Tour Commissioner and CEO’s message to fans

Asian Tour Commissioner and CEO’s message to fans

Dear Fans of the Asian Tour, As all of you are aware by now, most International sporting events scheduled for March, April and May have either been cancelled or postponed. Nevertheless, the situation remains fluid…

Lahiri all set for Arnold Palmer Invitational, looks to turn form around

Lahiri all set for Arnold Palmer Invitational, looks to turn form around

Orlando, Florida, March 4: Anirban Lahiri still waiting for his first Top-10 finish after 11 stars this season, will tee up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in familiar environment at Orlando, Florida. It has been…

Six pack including Luiten leading in Oman, as Chawrasia slips to 52nd

Six pack including Luiten leading in Oman, as Chawrasia slips to 52nd

Muscat, Oman, Feb 29: Former champion Joost Luiten was part of a six way tie for the lead after 54 holes as the Oman Open got set for a Sunday shootout at Al Mouj Golf.…

Diksha Dagar is fourth and Aditi eighth in New South Wales Open

Diksha Dagar is fourth and Aditi eighth in New South Wales Open

Dubbo, NSW, Australia, February 29: Diksha Dagar recovered superbly from a terrible patch in the middle of the front nine to return one-under 71 in the third round of the Women’s New South Wales Open…

INDIA ROUND-UP: Diksha 2nd in Aust; Sharmila 7th in SA; SSP makes cut

INDIA ROUND-UP: Diksha 2nd in Aust; Sharmila 7th in SA; SSP makes cut

Diksha soars to second, Aditi is Tied-11 in New South Wales Open Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, Feb 28: Diksha Dagar was razor sharp with birdie chances on almost every hole and shot a solid…

Sharmila Nicollet finishes T-7 at Joburg Ladies Open

Sharmila Nicollet finishes T-7 at Joburg Ladies Open

Soweto, SA, February 28: Sharmila Nicollet finished Tied-seventh on a difficult final day when play was interrupted by threat of lightning at the 500 000 Rand Joburg Ladies Open at the Soweto Country Club on the…

Chawrasia makes cut, as Gallacher and Hojgaard lead in Oman

Chawrasia makes cut, as Gallacher and Hojgaard lead in Oman

Muscat, Oman, Feb 28: SSP Chawrasia suffered a mid-round lapse with two bogeys and a double bogey between sixth and ninth, and scored three-over 75 in the second round of the Oman Open. He is…

Diksha soars to second, Aditi is Tied-11 in NSW Open; De Roey leads

Diksha soars to second, Aditi is Tied-11 in NSW Open; De Roey leads

Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, Feb 28: Diksha Dagar was razor sharp with birdie chances on almost every hole and shot a solid four-under 68 in the second round of the Women’s New South Wales…

Sandhu, Madappa only Indians to make cut in NZ Open; Joohyung leads

Sandhu, Madappa only Indians to make cut in NZ Open; Joohyung leads

Queenstown, NZ, Feb 28: Ajeetesh Sandhu (68) and Viraj Madappa (68) turned in solid rounds of 68 each but on different courses and made the halfway cut at the New Zealand Open on Friday. They…

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