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Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational: Shiv Kapur grabs lead on the opening day

Shiv Kapur, who won the Panasonic Open India last year, carded his best round of the year to grab the lead with a score of seven-under-65 on the opening day.

Jeev Milkha Singh ready for double role at home course

A total of 126 golfers including three amateur golfers apart from 14 foreign golfers will compete in the four-day tournament which also have the Pro-Am event.


Golf Tournament named after Milkha Singh to begin from November 1

While playing on Asian Tour, European Tour and japan Tour has meant that Jeev only played in five PGTI tournaments since 2007, the Chandigarh golfer counts the experience of playing at Chandigarh Golf Club as an enriching one.

I want to keep playing for another 10 years, says Jeev Milkha Singh

Jeev, who will be taking part in a tournament in his home city Chandigarh after more than six years, said he is in no mood to quit a sport which has given and taught him a lot in his life.

Jeev Milkha Singh to Play at Home Club, says this course is a temple, has given me all

A regular on the Asian Tour and having played on the European Tour as well, Jeev has played only five times in the PGTI circuit since 2008.

Milkha Junior Golf Championship: Son of Jeev Milkha Singh’s caddie wins trophy

Jeev Milkha Singh said about his caddie: Gurvinder was my classmate, we attended English lecturers together. Later, he became a caddie and he has been my caddie for the last 15 years.


Jeev Milkha Singh qualifies for fifth US Open appearance

Indian golfer, Jeev Milkha Singh qualified for the US open and will be playing in his first major since 2012.

India Open: Race to Rio Olympics gets underway in Delhi

While Anirban Lahiri seems to have sealed his spot, the Indian Open will be key in determining who will join him at Olympics.

After Abu Dhabi meltdown, Gaganjeet Bhullar is tied eighth at Qatar

Bhullar teed off from the tenth and fired three birdies in a row, before adding two more on the stretch to turn in five-under.

Lahiri rises up the ranks, birdie by birdie

Golfer climbs to career best ranking of 101 to surpass Bhullar (141) as highest ranked Indian .