Indian sports activities information wrap, October 24



Jaglan and 13-year-old Kartik amongst seven Indians at Asia-Pacific Golf

Shubham Jaglan, who got here near logging a top-10 on his debut in 2021, returns to the Asia-Pacific Beginner Championship (AAC) for one more shot at what he calls the ‘best’ newbie alternative out there to the gamers of the area.

The AAC, now celebrating its 14th version, provides the winner probably the greatest prizes within the sport for the amateurs with a spot in each the Masters on the Augusta Nationwide and the Open for the next 12 months.

For the third time in as a few years, India has seven gamers of whom three are making their second begin on the event from Thursday.

The closest any Indian has come to profitable the distinguished occasion is Rayhan Thomas, who was runner-up in 2018 in Sentosa Golf Membership in Singapore. Thomas, initially slated to play right here, pulled out on account of an harm.

The Indian squad, despatched by the Indian Golf Union, consists of Kartik Singh, a 13-year-old, who turns into the youngest participant within the occasion, as he makes his debut on the AAC.

Apparently Kartik at 203rd on this planet is now the highest-ranked Indian in Melbourne following the withdrawal of Thomas.

The opposite six gamers are Jaglan, T-11 in his earlier AAC begin in 2021, Krishnav Nikhil Chopra (T-44 in 2022) and Shaurya Bhattacharya (T-47 in 2022). Kartik Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Raghav Chugh and Vedant Sirohi are making their debut on the AAC.




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