The iconic Chandigarh Golf Club comes with its share of challenges, and that was apparent in Bogey Sport India and Middle East Tour’s second event. Across categories, there was just two under-par rounds. One was carded by Karan Mehto, who won in Amateurs boys with a score of 1-under 72, the other sub-par score of 69 was by Arjunveer Shishir in Category D boys.
Karan carried forth his good form from the inaugural event at Jaypee Wish Town last month, where he shot 3-under 64 to lift the top prize. This time, he was the winner in his category by a shot over Ankush Saroha. Nikhil Sharma followed at a distance with a 3-over 75. There were just two entrants in Amateur girls, and Heena Kang topped with a card of 80, followed by Aarti Misra at 109.
Abhyudaya Rawat was the winner in Category A boys with a score of 1-over 73. A shot separated Vasu Sehgal (74), and Paramraj Sandhu and Arjun Bhatia, both at 75. In girls, Ravjot Dosanjh topped with a 77 ahead of Sakshi Mehta at 85.
In Category B boys, Ajay Kumar was the winner with a card of 76. Samarpratap Singh Sandhu trailed by three shots while Manraj Deol and Krish Chawla were tied at 81. In girls in the section, Ceerat Kang shot a 76 to take the top prize, followed by Henaaz and Jiah Kang at 81 and 83 respectively.
Rannvijay Singh Gill (81) romped to the top in Category C with a whopping nine-shot margin over his nearest competitors Rigveda Poddar and Sidak Singh Talwar who shot 92. Among girls, Prabhleen Kaur (96), Gurbanie S Star (99) and Anahita Pusri (108) followed in this order.
Arjunveer Shishir was the other standout player of this ‘Race to Abu Dhabi’ event by shooting a three-under 69 to win Category D boys. He was followed by Danish Verma and Samriddh Thakur at 74 and 76 respectively. Rabab Kahlon won among girls with a score of 99, ahead of Ganika Goel (106) and Guneet Sekhon (114).
Sohraab Singh Talwar shot even-par 37 to bag top honours in Category E boys. Fatehveer Singh was runner-up with 46 and Nihaal Cheema was three shots back. In girls, Ojaswini Saraswat was the winner with a score of 38, followed by Teesta Singh (42).
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