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Krishnav, Shaurya and Aryan make cut at Asia Pacific; China’s Jin leads

Krishnav, Shaurya and Aryan make cut at Asia Pacific; China’s Jin leads

Chonburi, Thailand, Oct 28: Shaurya Bhattacharya and Aryan Roopa Anand, two of India’s most talented amateurs, staged a fine  comeback on Day 2 of the 13th Asian Pacific Amateur Championship. They along with Krishnav Nikhil…

Cricketing father Nikhil Chopra takes time off T20 WC commentary to caddie for son Krishnav at Asia-Pacific Championship

Cricketing father Nikhil Chopra takes time off T20 WC commentary to caddie for son Krishnav at Asia-Pacific Championship

Chonburi, Oct 25: The Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship is without doubt a major landmark in the career of young amateur golfers, but it is no different for their parents, too. Nikhil Chopra, former India cricketer, and…

Delhi friends Bhattacharya and Mishra in 7-man team vying for Augusta Masters berth at Asia-Pacific Amateurs

Delhi friends Bhattacharya and Mishra in 7-man team vying for Augusta Masters berth at Asia-Pacific Amateurs

Chonburi, Oct 24: Shat Mishra, 17, and Shaurya Bhattacharya, 19, call themselves as ‘very close’ friends, for they have roomed and played together countless times. This week they flew in from Delhi to Bangkok to…

Jaglan knocks on the door of Top-10 at Asia-Pacific; World No. 1 Nakajima leads

Jaglan knocks on the door of Top-10 at Asia-Pacific; World No. 1 Nakajima leads

Dubai, Nov 5: Shubham Jaglan negotiated the tough closing stretch at the Dubai Creek Golf and Country Club with two birdies and a superb par from 10-12 feet to card 2-under 69 in the third…

Jaglan moves up; Soni fights illness; Chinese leader gets Indian advice at Asia-Pacific golf

Jaglan moves up; Soni fights illness; Chinese leader gets Indian advice at Asia-Pacific golf

Dubai, Nov 4: Shubham Jaglan and Milind Soni, who had different problems to contend with before the start of the 12th Asia Pacific Amateur Golf Championship, were the best performing Indians at the halfway stage…

Two 17-year-old Indian amateurs looking for a life-changing experience at the Asia-Pacific Amateurs   

Two 17-year-old Indian amateurs looking for a life-changing experience at the Asia-Pacific Amateurs  

Dubai, Nov 1: Two 17-year-old Indian amateurs living far from their homes are hoping to have a life-changing week as they tee up at the 12th edition of the storied Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship which gets underway at…

Defending champ Lin, World No 1 Nakajima ready for titanic battle for Asia-Pacific Amateur in Dubai; Indians to take part

Defending champ Lin, World No 1 Nakajima ready for titanic battle for Asia-Pacific Amateur in Dubai; Indians to take part

DUBAI: China’s defending champion Yuxin Lin will aim for an unprecedented third Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) title, but for that to happen, he will have to beat the in-form Japanese world No.1 Keita Nakajima and…

Japan’s Takumi Kanaya Makes WAGR history, wins McCormack Medal

Japan’s Takumi Kanaya Makes WAGR history, wins McCormack Medal

Singapore: Takumi Kanaya of Japan has become the first Asian to win the Mark H. McCormack Medal. The award is presented annually by The R&A and the United States Golf Association (USGA) to the leading player in the…