Shiv Chowrasia
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 148
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 152
Joburg Open 01/03/2015 148
Hero Indian Open 22/02/2015 277
Thailand Classic 15/02/2015 292
Maybank Malaysian Open 08/02/2015 279
Hong Kong Open 19/10/2014 271

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India’s SSP Chawrasia won his fourth European Tour title on his home turf Sunday, cruising to the title by seven strokes as he finished 10-under par at the Hero Indian Open.

I am very happy. It is such a tough course, I think I got lucky this week,” Chawrasia said.

“It was only after I drove from the 18th tee I…

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After finishing second four times, SSP Chawrasia finally broke through at the Hero Indian Open on Sunday, using a 1-under 71 on Sunday to win the tournament by two strokes – his third European Tour title.

The victory earned the 37-year-old Chawrasia his playing privilege on the European Tour after he lost it a year ago.

“This is very important for…

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Poor weather was the main story for the second straight day at the Madeira Islands Open in Portugual, but Dane Joachim Hansen did his best to help propel the story line.

Of the two-thirds of players able to complete their first round on Friday, Hansen was the best, with a 4-under 68 to take a one-stroke lead. Ranked 586th in…

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Play was suspended indefinitely Monday at the first round of the Madeira Islands Open in Portugal due to high winds.

A weather forecast filled with rain and steady winds around 15 miles per hour did not bode well for the rest of the tournament, which is the penultimate event on the European Tour before The Masters in early April.

It’s the…

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While the bigger names might be across the pond this week for the Honda Classic, there’s plenty at stake at the Joburg Open in South Africa, starting Thursday at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.

For England’s Andy Sullivan, a win would mean exemptions to the majors and WGC events for the rest of the year, as it would…

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In less than a month, Anirban Lahiri has gone from “Who?” to “Wow!” on the European Tour.

By rallying to win the Hero Indian Open over countryman SSP Chawrasia on Sunday, Lahiri rose to No. 2 in the current Race to Dubai standings with 687,444 points in four tournaments played.

He trails only England’s Danny Willett, who has tallied 971,413 points…

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When SSP Chawarasia’s smooth-running engine suddenly sputtered and died at the Hero Indian Open Sunday, Anirban Lahiri raced by him in the fast lane to take a stunning playoff victory, his second European Tour title in three weeks.

Sitting at 12-under through 54 holes, Chawrasia bumbled his way to a closing-round 76. He had one bogey in his first 54…

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SSP Chawrasia proved mortal with his first bogey of the weekend, but still holds command of the Hero Indian Open through 54 holes thanks to his 2-under 69 on Saturday.

He’s needed to be just about perfect, as defending champion Siddikur Rahman remains just two strokes back behind at 11-under.

Chawrasia is in pursuit of his third European Tour title, with…

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The chase is on at the Hero Indian Open after 36 holes, with the local favorite and the defending champion out in front of the field.

India’s SSP Chawrasia, a native of Calcutta, leads for a second straight day thanks to another bogey-free round. Just 1-under at the turn, Chawrasia added three birdies on the back nine to shoot a…

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