Saturday, 29 April 2017

PGTI-PUNE -CUP goes to A Sri Lankan veteran at age 43+ #damaru golf

Sri Lakan Rs 106444.05  a millionaire within one day#DAMARU GOLF

SELF DESIGNED, SELF COACHED AS ALL TOP SRI LAKAN GOLFERS-at 40 or more + Anura Rohan comes back- rarely run ,rarely gym, rarely practice,- he says i know my game-  a former silver medalist in Asian game- winner presently playing at PGA- He Anura is mainly a #resting golfer then come out like a starved tiger for pray- #damaru golf   ALL WHAT HE WIELD IS A SWIFT CONFIDENT HIT -THAT COMES FROM INSIDE. -------------------#DAMARU GOLF

 that
a fine come back- at 49  under "Anas "era AT union few years ago at 39 he was behind Mithun,Prbah,  Zen,Thanga at sri Lanka open- at a time all thought Anura is over- BUT NO HERE HE COMES  AT 43
MITHUN HAS NOT TAKEN PART AT PUNA on this event THANGA AND PRABH BEHIND
food for thought
Since this era Colombo  golfing talent  has run dry.Historically, now and in the near future it appears all top golfers Are from the periphery of the club and not within the club .Why? despite sophisticated training, food, equipment etc et 



#ANURA is from Colombo but Anura Rohana is a very familiar face in the Indian golf circuit. In fact, the 43-year-old Sri Lankan, who has been playing .he a 43-year-old Sri Lankan, who has been playing in India for nearly 20 years, is much more at home on the courses here than the ones back home...

#dmaru golf- PGTI - PUNE CUP WINNER ANURA

Pune, 23 Apr 2017

Anura Rohana springs a surprise with a scorching 65, wins first title in over two years by two stroke lead-

Khalin Joshi, Angad Cheema claim tied second place

Sri Lankan Anura Rohana sprung a surprise on the final day of the Pune Open 2017 by setting the Poona Club Golf Course on fire with a scorching six-under-65. The fabulous effort by the seasoned campaigner fetched him his first title in two and a half years as he closed the tournament with a total of 10-under-274.

  

The second place was shared between Bengaluru’s Khalin Joshi (66) and Panchkula’s Angad Cheema (69) at eight-under-276 at the Rs. 30 lakh event.

vision and drive  - any thing is possible #damaru golf



Anura Rohana (71-68-70-65), lying tied seventh and three off the lead after the penultimate round, had a vision at the start of the final round that he would shoot a 65. As it turned out, his vision came true earning him his fourth title on the PGTI.



The 43-year-old Colombo resident’s day didn’t begin as per plan as he dropped a shot on the opening hole. What followed was a brilliant display of Anura’s all-round skills as he accumulated four birdies on the front-nine including two from 10 to 15 feet. 



Rohana, who hails from the Royal Colombo Golf Club, started turning the tables on the others with a brilliant tap-in birdie on the 11th where he made an astounding recovery with his approach after a poor tee shot. Anura, the runner-up last week in Kochi, then chipped-in from 60 yards for eagle on the 15th to take the sole lead.

Sri Lakan Rs 106444.05  a millionaire within one day



A bogey on the 16th didn’t deter Rohana as he notched a final birdie on the 18th to come home the winner by two strokes. Anura thus bagged the winning cheque worth Rs. 4,50,000 and moved up from eighth to fourth in the PGTI Order of Merit.(  equal Sri Lakan Rs 106444.05  a millionaire )

PUTTER - KEEP IT- ALWAYS IT IS NOT THE PUTTER THAT IS AT FAULT BUT THE MIND #ali.elite.golf


Rohana said, “I’m delighted to win after a long gap of two and a half years as my last win came in October 2014. I had been playing well of late with top-5 finishes in my last two events on the PGTI. I had my chance in Kochi last week but was unfortunate to finish second. The new putter that I started using from the Indian Open onwards last month has had a huge impact on my game. My putting is much better than last season. I’m also playing with less pressure now as I finally have a sponsor.

65 secret locker combination of a golfer

“This morning, I somehow thought of the number 65 as the combination for locking my suitcase. At that moment, I told myself that this might just be the number I end up shooting today. That’s exactly what happened. 

TRUST YOUR SELF BE TRUE TO YOUR SELF #LALI.ELITE.GOLF

“I started believing I could win, when after a duff tee shot on the 11th, I landed my approach within three feet and made birdie there. That was the turning point for me. Then of course the eagle on the 15th set up the finish for me.

BE GRATEFUL TO ALL THINGS - LIVING AND NON LIVING THEY HAVE SPIRITS THEY COME BACK TO HELP YOU  # damaru wisdom

“Incidentally, I qualified for the Indian tour for the first time in 2002 after playing the Qualifying School at the Poona Club Golf Course. So it’s special to win an event here.”


LEADER BOARD-PGTI-PUNE -CUP #DAMARU GOLF


Khalin Joshi (68-70-72-66) produced an impressive 66, punctuated by six birdies and a bogey, on the final day, to rise from overnight tied 12th to joint second. His tied second finish ended up lifting him from third to second position in the PGTI Order of Merit.

Angad Cheema (69-68-70-69) hung on to his overnight joint second place as a result of his fourth round of 69. Cheema, playing in the leader group, was the only challenger to Rohana in the closing stages as he trailed him by just one shot at one point. However, playing at two-under through 12 holes, he could only manage pars on the last six holes that put paid to his chances.

Bengaluru’s Udayan Mane (65) shot the day’s joint best score along with champion Anura to end up in tied fourth at seven-under-277 along with rookies Viraj Madappa (68) of Kolkata and Damian Naicker (70) of South Africa.
Madappa now leads the Emerging Player of the Year race with earnings of Rs. 1,92,085.
Delhi’s Shamim Khan continued to lead the Order of Merit after posting a tied eighth finish with a total of four-under-280. As the season breaks for the summer after seven events, Shamim leads the money list with earnings of Rs. 16,01,850. Khalin Joshi is second with earnings Rs. 12,79,331.

Round three leader Mukesh Kumar of Mhow had a forgettable final round of 75 in Pune that saw him drop to tied 11th at three-under-281 at the end of the week.

Last year’s champion Harendra Gupta (71) of Chandigarh also took a share of 11th place.

Pune-based professionals Saurabh Bhaduri and Sameer M Shaikh finished tied 42nd at eight-over-292.

Mumbai’s Anil Bajrang Mane finished tied 52nd at 12-over-296.



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DAMARU GOLF FIRMLY BELIEVE THE FUTURE OF GOLF IS IN ASIA  - WHY ASIANS ARE MORE MIND CENTERED THAN THE REST.MIND IS THE  FORE RUNNIER OF ALL PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES. A GOOF HIT FIRST MUST COME FROM THE MIND- Asians are good at that



About PGTI:
Formed in 2006, Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) is the recognised official body of professional golf in India. PGTI's objective is to promote professional golf in the country, as well as to give players an opportunity to be involved in the decision making on all aspects of the game. Headed by Mr. Gautam Thapar (President), PGTI's governing body comprises leading Indian golf professionals. PGTI currently has over 300 members.

Friday, 24 March 2017

#PGTI TOURS Order of Merit after KOLKATA CLASSIC 2017 #DAMARU GOLF

#DAMARU GOLF




Order of Merit after KOLKATA CLASSIC 2017

RankPlayerPrizePlayWinCutTop 10
1 SHAMIM KHAN1249900.004144
2 AJEETESH SANDHU974800.004143
3 KHALIN H JOSHI766631.004042
4 UDAYAN MANE706531.004131
5 HARENDRA GUPTA558112.004043
6 HONEY BAISOYA548210.003131
7 MUKESH KUMAR406547.002022
8 SHANKAR DAS404860.003022
9 GAURAV PRATAP SINGH397417.004043
10 AMAN RAJ379932.004032
11 SUJJAN SINGH344917.004033
12 SANJEEV KUMAR (L)220945.003031
13 MITHUN PERERA219080.003031
14 ARJUN SINGH214120.004041
15 OM PRAKASH CHOUHAN198712.003021
16 NAMAN DAWAR187741.004040
17 FEROZ SINGH GAREWAL163250.004031
18 ANURA ROHANA154614.003030
19 ANGAD CHEEMA153061.003031
20 DEEPINDER SINGH KULLAR147915.004031
21 DIVYANSHU BAJAJ144655.004031
22 PRANAV KAUL143210.003031
23 HIMMAT SINGH RAI141714.003030
24 M DHARMA141331.003030
25 SAMARTH DWIVEDI139987.004011
25 MARI MUTHU R139987.003011
27 RASHID KHAN138170.002021
28 FEROZ ALI MOLLAH136520.004030
29 MANU GANDAS132470.004030
30 SHIVENDRA SINGH SISODIA131630.004021
31 SANJAY KUMAR125270.004030
32 RAHUL BAJAJ122840.004030
33 ABHIJIT SINGH CHADHA121254.003031
34 MOHAMMAD SANJU116700.004021
35 VEER AHLAWAT116114.004030
36 VINOD KUMAR115485.004030
37 MANAV JAINI110965.003030
38 WASIM KHAN110000.004011
39 AKSHAY SHARMA108470.003030
40 N THANGARAJA103627.003020
41 KUNAL BHASIN98114.003030
42 KAPIL KUMAR97290.003020
43 AMARDIP SINH MALIK92490.003020
44 VIKRANT CHOPRA92215.003020
45 RANJIT SINGH92027.004020
46 TRISHUL CHINNAPPA91290.004020
47 JAIBIR SINGH85640.004020
48 C MUNIYAPPA82015.003020
49 DIGVIJAY SINGH73360.003020
50 VIRAJ MADAPPA67115.003020
51 CHIKKARANGAPPA S67080.001010
52 R MURTHY65165.003020
53 ANKUR CHADHA63560.004020
54 PRAVIN J PATHARE63160.003020
55 PRADEEP KUMAR62765.004020
56 SUDHIR SHARMA62690.003020
57 MD ZAMAL HOSSAIN MOLLAH61600.001010
58 DIPANKAR KAUSHAL57911.003020
59 BHANU PRATAP SINGH57740.003020
60 CHIRAGH KUMAR55347.001010
61 VIJAY KUMAR54480.002010
62 KARAN TAUNK52680.004020
63 ABHINAV LOHAN51510.003010
64 MANDEO SINGH PATHANIA48280.002010
65 ABHISHEK KUHAR44430.003010
65 KARAN VASUDEVA44430.003010
67 SYED SAQIB AHMED44280.004010
68 SAMEER M SHAIKH41360.003010
69 ADITYA RAJ KUMAR CHAUHAN38780.003010
70 DAMIAN NAICKER38180.001010
71 GUNVIR RANA37580.004010
71 VIJITHA BANDARA37580.003010
73 RAJU ALI MOLLAH36680.004010
74 SHUBHAM NARAIN33480.004010
74 NAYAZ PASHA B33480.002010
76 LAKSHYA DEV MUDGIL32680.002010
77 RUDRESH SHARMA32480.003010
77 MD NAWAB32480.002010
79 GAURAV GHEI32085.003010
80 VISHAL SINGH31680.004010
80 RAMESH KUMAR31680.003010
80 HARISH K31680.002010
83 GULFAM31080.004010
84 ABHISHEK JHA29535.003010
84 SACHIN BAISOYA29535.003010
86 ANIL BAJRANG MANE28185.004010
87 MANIRAM26385.003010
88 PAWAN KUMAR25410.001010
89 ARJUN SHARMA24510.003010
89 SHAURYA SINGH24510.001010
91 RAJA B R23460.004010
91 TORAN BIKRAM SHAHI23460.002010
93 IKRAMUDDIN SHAH20000.003010