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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by suresh » Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:09 am

We need one more steady round from Jeev and Shiv.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by prajgolf » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:00 am

£3,000,000 British Masters

Round 2 scores:

T42 SINGH, Jeev Milkha -2
------missed cut-------
T74 KAPUR, Shiv +1

Only Jeev was able to make the cut for the weekend rounds.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by prajgolf » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:59 pm

Jeev has finished tied 54th position.

Only Anirban Lahiri has the playing card for next season, Jeev, SSP & Shiv are yet to secure their place.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by Prem » Fri Oct 23, 2015 11:58 am

prajgolf wrote:Jeev has finished tied 54th position.

Only Anirban Lahiri has the playing card for next season, Jeev, SSP & Shiv are yet to secure their place.
Looks like SSPC will get his card back for 2016 with an impressive show this week.
He is in top 20 and should try and finish in top 25-30 to be 100%.....
He may get another chance to play the HSBC Champions - being 4th of Asian Order of merit.
Jeev and Shiv will get limited starts as they will finish in the category just outside 110...
Both can still play the qualifying and get their cards back

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by prajgolf » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:34 pm

Anirban Lahiri is tied for 23rd position after round 2 of the European Tour finale at Dubai.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by prashanthm » Fri Nov 20, 2015 6:12 pm

Anirban didn't have a great Rd 1 to start off with a 1-over (with 4 bogeys and 3 birdies) to be T46...

But came back strongly on the second day for a 5-under card (despite a double bogey early on in the day) with 7 birdies to claw back up to T23...
His -5 in Rd 2 was in the Top-10 for the day.......

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by ajay » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:15 am

Anirban only had a par 3rd round, dropping him by 12 places to T35
Now playing the final round where he is 3 under for the day after 15 holes. He is back to T23 at this moment

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by Saniapower » Sun Nov 22, 2015 9:16 am

Anirban is one of the most overrated golfers.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by PKBasu » Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:30 pm

Anirban finished T34, with a 71 on the final day to finish 5-under par for the tournament. So a pretty mediocre tournament for him, apart from an excellent second round.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by prajgolf » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:58 am

Anirban Lahiri has finished 20th in the Race to Dubai Rankings with the prize money of €1,558,111.

SSP is placed at 113th position, his HSBC Champions prize money has not been counted for the Race to Dubai Rankings and hence he will have a partial playing card for the next season.

Shiv Kapur & Jeev Milkha Singh have finished 126th and 133rd respectively and since both of them have skipped the European Tour Q School, both will have limited starts for the next season.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by arjun2761 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 9:12 pm

arjun2761 wrote:
Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:51 am
Fantastic month for Anirban Lahiri who seems to have a really fluid and natural swing. Of course, golf is a mental sport (perhaps more so than most other sports) and he seems to play his best in the final round which augurs well for the future. Here's hoping for more magic in the rest of the year!

18 year old Shubhankar Sharma also finished in the top-20 and is one to watch out for in the future....
While I expected him to be good, had no idea that he would be on track to be India's best golfer although he has more to do to get there....

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by Sin Hombre » Sun Feb 04, 2018 10:55 pm

I was a bit confused by arjun posting in the 2015 thread but I am guessing this in reference to Shubhankar's win.

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Re: 2015 European Tour

Post by arjun2761 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:58 pm

Sorry, should have stated the obvious. The quoted text is from 2015 in this thread when an 18 year Shubhankar was already showing prodigious talent for an Indian golfer (finishing in the T-20 of an European tour event). However, his meteoric rise in the last 2 months is still quite a surprise. Hopefully, he'll continue on that path to become India's best ever golfer!

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