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Aadil Bedi prepares for Asian Tour schedule — and pre-board examination

Aadil Bedi, who had also represented India in last year’s Asian Games, was the youngest player in the final stage of Q School and carded a round of eight-under-63 in the fifth round to secure his Asian Tour card.

Race to Asian Tour card: Veer Ahlawat leads eight Indians into final round

Veer shot a fine three-under 68 to get to 11-under 273 and was Tied-18th after 72 holes.

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Indian golf in 2018: Shubhankar Sharma the star, Rahil Gangjee makes much-awaited comeback

The calendar year 2018 saw six professional wins for India's golfers. Four of them were on the Asian Tour and two of them co-sanctioned by Europe and another by Japan.

Shiv Kapur top Indian at 8th; Shubhankar Sharma misses cut at Indonesia Masters

While Shiv Kapur is the best Indian, Anirban Lahiri, also a former winner here in 2014, missed a whole bunch of makeable putts during his card of 72.

New rules meant to make golf faster, fairer and simpler

Formulated by the US Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Club of St. Andrews, with input from professional bodies including the PGA Tour, the rules should among other things speed up the game. 

Francesco Molinari voted as European Tour's player of 2018

At the Ryder Cup outside Paris, Francesco Molinari became the first European to win all five points from his five matches against the United States.

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Shubhankar Sharma youngest Indian golfer to become Asian Tour Order of Merit champion

On Saturday, Shubhankar Sharma became the fifth and youngest Indian golfer to become the Asian Tour Order of Merit champion with two events remaining and with a current prize money of $755, 944.

Tiger Woods signs deal for exclusive content on global GOLFTV

GOLFTV plans to collaborate with Tiger Woods on wide range of programming designed to give viewers a closer look into Woods' practice routines, life on the tour and some instruction.

Anirban Lahiri, Gaganjeet Bhullar help India record second top 10 finish at World Cup golf

Anirban Lahiri and Gaganjeet Bhullar finished on 12-under par 276 to share the 10th spot after Sunday's foursomes round.

Aaron Rai moves six clear to close in on Hong Kong Open title

Aaron Rai stands on the brink of a first European Tour victory after the Briton shot a two-under-par 70 on Saturday to extend his Hong Kong Open lead to six strokes with just one round to play.

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