Gaganjeet Bhullar

Gaganjeet Bhullar slips in Russian Open

Gaganjeet BhullarMoscow: Gaganjeet Bhullar struggled on the moving day and slipped down considerably as he carded a three-over 75 with three bogeys and a double bogey to be tied
18th after being fifth overnight at the M2M Russian Open.

Bhullar is now three-under 213 and will need a very good final round to get into the top-10. Meanwhile SSP Chowrasia, who made the cut on the line, improved his position with an even par 72 and he is now two-over 218 in tied 52nd place.

At the top, Scotland`s Peter Whiteford goes head to head with Englishman David Horsey in the final round.

Bhullar eyes 'Major' win at Indian Open

Gaganjeet-BhullarNew Delhi, Oct 29 : Local golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar will be aiming to play his way into the history books by becoming the champion at the 50th Indian Open next month, an event he calls as his "fifth Major".

The 26-year-old, currently third on the Asian Tour's Order of Merit, will be fired up to produce a winning performance at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) here Nov 7-10 when the Indian national championship celebrates its golden edition.

Golfer Bhullar looks to defend Macau Open title

Gaganjeet-BhullarMacau, Oct 16 : Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar is relishing his title defence at the Venetian Macau Open starting Thursday, labelling the $800,000 event as one of the biggest on the Asian Tour.

The 25-year-old, currently third on the Order of Merit, will face a stellar field at the spectacular Macau Golf and Country Club which includes four-time Major champion Ernie Els and six former Merit champions, among them countrymen Arjun Atwal, Jyoti Randhawa and Jeev Milkha Singh.

Golfer Bhullar to defend Macau Open

Gaganjeet-BhullarMacau, Aug 22 : India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar Thursday said he will return here in October to defend his Macau Open title which he won in emphatic style last year.

Leading from start-to-finish, the young star triumphed on 16-under-par 268 total to win by two strokes ahead of American Jonathan Moore and Thai Thitiphun Chuayprakong.

The Macau Golf and Country Club is a hunting ground for Bhullar who also recorded a runners-up finish in 2009 when Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand was crowned champion.

Bhullar, Lahiri eye strong start to season

Anirban-Lahiri-Gaganjeet-BhullarNew Delhi, Feb 27 : India's rising stars Gaganjeet Bhullar and Anirban Lahiri will be targeting a home victory when they make their 2013 Asian Tour debuts at the $300,000 SAIL-SBI Open golf tournament next week.

The talented duo enjoyed memorable seasons last year with Bhullar securing two victories at the Macau Open and Tournament Players Championship in Taipei en route to finishing a career-high fifth on the Order of Merit while Lahiri won the SAIL-SBI Open and also produced an outstanding Major debut at the British Open where he tied for 31st place.

Bhullar upbeat ahead of Avantha Masters

Gaganjeet-BhullarNew Delhi, Feb 21 : Four-time Asian Tour winner Gaganjeet Bhullar of India is hoping his attachment to Jaypee Greens Golf Course will give him an advantage when the New Delhi venue hosts the Avantha Masters for the first time March 14-17.

Bhullar has won as an amateur at Jaypee Greens but not since joining the professional ranks in 2006, and would dearly love to make his breakthrough with a win at his 'home' club.

Brilliant Bhullar wins Asian Tour International

Bangkok, Feb 7 : Gaganjeet Bhullar gave Indian golf a great present right at the start of the year with a brilliant course record of eight-under 64 and winning the season-opening Asian Tour International by one shot Sunday at the Suwan Golf and Country Club.

Bhullar, who won his maiden Asian Tour title last year, began the day six shots behind and produced one of the best come-from-behind victories on the Tour. It was his second title of the career.

Bhullar in sight of top-10 as weather hits play again

Bhullar in sight of top-10 as weather hits play againSentosa (Singapore), Oct 31 : The start-top-start saga continued at the Barclay's Singapore Open golf as rain and lightning once again came in the way of Saturday's programme.

With weather playing spoilsport for the third day in succession, none of the 70 players who made the cut had finished their rounds when play was called off at 5.35 p. m. in the $5 million event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tours.

Confident Bhullar hoping to strike big in Singapore

Confident Bhullar hoping to strike big in Singapore Sentosa, Oct 28 : Exactly a year ago, young Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar, stood watching the superstars of Asian golf and some invitees, too, at the practice green nursing hopes of making the cut to ensure the Asian Tour card for 2009.

As things happened, Bhullar, who only the previous week had come second in Indonesia, had set the bar a bit too low considering his own phenomenal talent. He missed the cut, and then made the Tour card on the very last day of the final full field event in Cambodia with a sensational 64 on the last day.    

Come rain or shine, Bhullar raring to go

Gaganjeet Bhullar The talent proved beyond doubt, uppermost on the agenda of Gaganjeet Bhullar is to follow Jack Nicklaus’s prescription: “Confidence is the most important single factor in this game, there is only one way to obtain and sustain it: work.” The first step entailed overcoming the barrier of winning at home and away. Five titles on the Professional Golf Tour of India this year and a triumph and few close finishes on the Asian Tour have meant the mental block is now referred to in the past tense.

Gaganjeet Bhullar clinches DLF Masters title

Gaganjeet BhullarGaganjeet Bhullar remained unbeaten on his fifth successive Indian tour as he won the title of DLF Masters golf tournament at the DLF Golf and Country Club on Sunday. The defending champion Jyoti Randhawa settled with tied-fourth place.

Bhullar carded 68 in the final round to finish at the top position with a total of 15 under 273 in the tournament. Anirban Lahiri scored 66 in the final round to place himself at the second place with a final score of 10- under 278.

Bhullar takes lead in DLF Masters

Bhullar takes lead in DLF MastersGaganjeet Bhullar has carded three-under 69 in the third round of the Rs 8 million DLF Masters golf tournament to hold his one stroke lead on Jyoti Randhawa (67) at the DLF golf and Country Club on Saturday.

Bhullar’s score stood at a total of 11-under 205 at the end of the third round. Bhullar carded three birdies on the seventh, ninth and eleventh holes to leave behind the leading golfer Randhawa.  

Bhullar moves to tied 3rd in Brunei Open

Bhullar moves to tied 3rd in Brunei OpenIndian star golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar, who lifted Asian Tour title two week ago, scored seven-under 64 in the final round to move from tied 21st spot to tied third position at the Brunei Open at Brunei on Saturday.

He is sharing the third position with the Australian golfer Scott Barr and Korea's Ted Oh with a total of 11-under 202s. Bhullar is a strong contestant to win this Asian Tour title, which will be his second successive Asian Tour tile in same season.

Bhullar clinches Asian Tour

Golfers should yell warnings against stray shots, rules courtGaganjeet Bhullar has won the title of the Asian Tour after scoring five-under 67 in the final round to finish with a total of 22-under 266, which was two better then the second placed young Aussie Adam Blyth at the Indonesia President Invitational, Jakarta on Sunday.

Bhullar has become the eighth Indian golfer to win an Asian Tour after Jeev Milkha Singh, Gaurav Ghei, Jyoti Randhawa, Arjun Atwal, Rahil Gangjee, Shiv and SSP Chowrasia and youngest Indian to win an International tour at the age of just 21 years.

Bhullar rises to 11th spot in Indonesia

Gaganjeet BhullarThe young Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar has risen to tied 11th spot after carding an impressive four-under 68 in the second round of the Indonesia President Invitational tournament, Jakarta with prize money of $400,000 on Friday.

This was a dream run for Bhullar in the tournament as he played bogey free round with four birdies, although he missed a couple of chip-ins and an eagle chance in the second round.

Bhullar jumped from tied 15th to 11th spot as his score stood at seven under 137 at the halfway stage of the tournament, as 15 players were unable to complete their game due to bad weather.

Bhullar Miss The Cut In British Open

Bhullar Miss The Cut In British OpenAfter declining to a score of seven-over-par 77 in the second round of the British Open, Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar has been looking certain to miss the cut in Turnberry on Friday.

Bhullar had scored a convincing eight over par 71 on Thursday, and bad weather made him difficult to stick around for the weekend on Friday.

Bhullar admitted that the gusty wind made difficult to continue his good work today as he struggled to manage his course properly after rain.




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