Indian Open


 

The Indian Open

 
The Indian Open tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2019
Hero MotoCorp
Gallacher, Stephen
DLF G&CC
279 (-9)
US$291,660
Played as the Hero Indian Open (March 28-31; Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Masahiro Kawamura (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Gallacher (Scot). [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].
2018
Hero MotoCorp
Wallace, Matt
DLF G&CC
277 (-11)
US$291,660
Played as the Hero Indian Open (March 8-11; Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Wallace (Eng) beat fellow-countryman Andrew Johnston (Eng) with a birdie at the first playoff hole (par-5 18th), to record his second European Tour win. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].
2017
Hero MotoCorp
Chawrasia, SSP
DLF G&CC
278 (-10)
US$291,660
Played as the Hero Indian Open (March 9-12; Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Gavin Green (Malay) finished 7 shots behind defending champion Chawrasia (India). [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].
2016
Hero MotoCorp
Chawrasia, SSP
Delhi GC
273 (-15)
US$276,660
Played as the Hero Indian Open (March 17-20; Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Anirban Lahiri (India) and Jeunghun Wang (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind Shiv Shankar Prasad "SSP" Chawrasia (India), who, after four second place finishes, eventually won his national open title. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2015
Hero MotoCorp
Delhi GC
277 (-7)
US$250,000
Played as the Hero Indian Open (Feb 19-22; Asian/Eurpn Trs event). Lahiri (India) beat SSP Chawrasia (India) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. This was Lahiri's second win in the space of three weeks, and first in his national championship. [Delhi GC, New Delhi].
2014
x
(not played)
x
x
Indian Open not played in 2014.
2013
Hero
Siddikur, Mohammad
Delhi GC
274 (-14)
US$221,471
Played as the Hero Indian Open (50th) (Nov 7-10; Asian Tr event). Second-placed S.S.P Chowrasia (India) and Anirban Lahiri (India) finished 1 shot behind Siddikur (Ban). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2012
Hero
Karnataka GA
270 (-14)
US$198,125
Played as the Hero Indian Open (Oct 18-21; Asian Tr event). Wiratchant (Thai) beat Richie Ramsay (Scot) with a bogey at the first playoff hole, to win his third Asian Tour title of 2012. [Karnataka Golf Assoc, Kodihalli, Bangalore, Karnataka].
2011
Hero
Gleeson, David
Delhi GC
268 (-20)
US$198,125
Played as the Hero Indian Open (Oct 13-16; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Chiragh Kumar (India) finished 3 shots behind Gleeson (Aus), who shot the lowest winning score to date in this event. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2010
Hero Honda
Karlberg, Rikard
Delhi GC
277 (-11)
US$198,125
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Dec 2-5; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Seuk-hyun Baek (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind Karlberg (Swe), who won his second Asian Tour event of 2010. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2009
Hero Honda
Muniyappa, Chinnaswamy
Delhi GC
276 (-12)
US$198,125
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Oct 8-11; Asian Tr event). First-time Asian Tr winner Muniyappa (Ind) beat Sung Lee (S Kor) with a 10-foot birdie putt at the first playoff hole. [DLF G&CC, New Delhi, India].
2008
Hero Honda
Liang, Wenchong
Delhi GC
272 (-16)
US$158,500
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Oct 9-12; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Darren Beck (Aus) finished 1 shot behind wire-to-wire winner Liang (China). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2007
Hero Honda
Delhi GC
275 (-13)
US$79,250
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Oct 11-14; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Tse-peng Chang (Taiw) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Randhawa (India), who equalled Peter Thomson's record as a three-time winner of the Indian Open. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2006
Hero Honda
Delhi GC
270 (-18)
US$63,400
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Oct 19-22; Asian Tr event). Randhawa (India) beat S.S.P. Chowrasia (India) with a birdie at the second playoff hole, early on Monday morning. Vijay Kumar (India) was eliminated at the first playoff hole on Sunday, prior to darkness forcing the suspension of further play. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2005
Hero Honda
Delhi GC
272 (-16)
US$47,250
Played as the Hero Honda Indian Open (Oct 27-30; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Gaurav Ghei (India) finished 2 shots behind Wiratchant (Thai). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2004
Royal Challenge
Mamat, Mardan
Delhi GC
270 (-18)
US$50,000
Played as the Royal Challenge Indian Open (March 25-28; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Pablo Del Olmo (Mex) finished 5 shots behind Mamat (Sing), the first Singaporean to win on the Asian Tour. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2003
Royal Challenge
Cunning, Mike
Delhi GC
270 (-18)
US$50,000
Played as the Royal Challenge Indian Open (March 27-30; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Rick Gibson (Can) finished 5 shots behind Cunning (USA), who recorded his only win on the Asian Tour. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2002
Royal Challenge
Kumar, Vijay
Delhi GC
275 (-13)
US$50,000
Played as the Royal Challenge Indian Open (March 14-17; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Rick Gibson (Can) finished 2 shots behind Kumar (India). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
2001
Wills
Classic Rsrt, India
271 (-17)
US$50,010
Played as the Wills Indian Open (March 15-18; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Ross Bain (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Jaidee (Thai). [Classic Golf Resort, New Delhi, India].
2000
Wills
Classic Rsrt, India
273 (-15)
US$50,010
Played as the Wills Indian Open (March 16-19; Asian Tr event). Randhawa (India) beat Sammy Daniels (RSA) with a par at the second playoff hole. [Classic Golf Resort, New Delhi, India].
1999
Wills
Royal Calcutta
276 (-12)
US$50,010
Played as the Wills Indian Open (March 11-14; Asian Tr event). Second-placed S.S.P. Chowrasia (India), Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) and Kang Wook-soon (S Kor) finished 4 shots behind Atwal (India). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1998
x
Ali, Feroze
Royal Calcutta
274 (-14)
US$50,000
Played as the Classic Indian Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Dean Wilson (USA) finished 5 shots behind first-time Asian Tour winner Ali (India). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1997
x
Fryatt, Ed
Royal Calcutta
272 (-16)
US$50,000
Played as the Classic Indian Open. Second-placed Gary Rusnak (USA) finished 6 shots behind Fryatt (Eng). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1996
x
Shirakata, Hidezumi
Royal Calcutta
277 (-11)
x
Played as the Classic Indian Open. Second-placed Daniel Chopra (Swe), Basad Ali (India) and Jyoti Randhawa (India) finished 3 shots behind Shirakata (Jpn). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1995
x
Rutledge, Jim
Delhi GC
280 (-8)
US$41,650
Played as the Classic Indian Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Daniel Chopra (Swe) and Bob May (USA) finished 4 shots behind Rutledge (Can). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1994
x
Aubrey, Emlyn
Royal Calcutta
285 (-3)
US$33,320
Played as the Classic Indian Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Brandt Jobe (USA) finished 1 shot behind Aubrey (USA). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1993
x
Sher, Ali
Delhi GC
288 (E)
US$33,320
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Feroze Ali (India) finished 1 shot behind Sher (India). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1992
Wills
Royal Calcutta
284 (-4)
US$24,990
Played as the Wills Indian Open. Aaron Meeks (USA) finished 2 shots behind Ginn (Aus), who recorded his first win in the event after more than 10 years of trying. [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1991
Wills
Sher, Ali
Delhi GC
283 (-5)
US$24,990
Played as the Wills Indian Open. Second-placed Todd Hamilton (USA) and Wang Ter-chang (Taiw) finished 1 shot behind Sher (India), who became the first Indian professional golfer to win the Indian Open. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1990
Wills
Debusk, Andrew
Royal Calcutta
288 (E)
US$19,992
Played as the Wills Indian Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Carlos Espinosa (Mex) finished 6 shots behind Debusk (USA). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1989
x
Bouchard, Remi
Delhi GC
279 (-9)
US$19,992
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Carlos Espinosa (Mex) finished 1 shot behind Bouchard (Can). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1988
x
Lu, Chien-soon
Royal Calcutta
281 (-7)
US$16,660
Played as the Indian Open (25th). Second-placed Kirk Triplett (USA) finished 5 shots behind Lu (Taiw). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1987
x
Tennyson, Brian
Delhi GC
280 (-8)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Jim Hallet (USA) and Mike Cunning (USA) finished 3 shots behind Tennyson (USA). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1986
x
Lu, Hsi-chuen
Royal Calcutta
279 (-9)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Lu Chien-soon (Taiw) finished 2 shots behind his compatriot Lu Hsi-chien (Taiw). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1985
x
Grimes, Tony
Delhi GC
279 (-9)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Rodger Davies (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Grimes (NZ). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1984
x
Alarcon, Rafael
Royal Calcutta
279 (-9)
US$16,660
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Lai Chung Jen (Taiw) and Richard Cromwell (USA) finished 3 shots behind Alarcon (Mex). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1983
x
Takahashi, Junichi
Delhi GC
285 (-3)
US$12,495
Played as the Indian Open. Takahashi (Jpn) beat Bob Tway (USA) and Hsieh Yu-shu (Taiw) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1982
x
Hsu, Sheng-san
Royal Calcutta
277 (-15)
US$12,995
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Ikuo Shirahama (Jpn) finished 2 shots behind Hsu (Taiw). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1981
x
Delhi GC
284
x
Played as the Indian Open. Won by Stewart (USA). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1980
x
Cox, Kurt
Royal Calcutta
286 (-6)
US$6,660
Played as the Indian Open. Liu Kuo Chi (Taiw) and Mya Aye (Burma) finished 4 shots behind Cox (USA). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1979
x
Burrows, Gaylord
Delhi GC
284 (-4)
US$5,225
Played as the Indian Open. Hsu Sheng-san (Taiw) finished 1 shot by Burrows (USA). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1978
x
Brask, Bill
Royal Calcutta
284 (-8)
US$4,085
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Stewart Ginn (Aus), Brian Jones (Aus) and Chie Hsieng Kuo (Taiw) finished 4 shots behind Brask (USA). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1977
x
Jones, Brian
Delhi GC
284 (-4)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Yoshihiro Hayashi (Jpn), Peter Thomson (Aus) and Mya Aye (Burma) finished 1 shot behind Jones (Aus). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1976
x
Royal Calcutta
288
x
Played as the Indian Open. Won by Thomson (Aus). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1975
x
Ball, Ted
Delhi GC
282 (-10)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Ball (Aus) beat defending champion Chie Hsiung Kuo (Taiw) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1974
x
Kuo, Chi-hsiung
Royal Calcutta
287 (-5)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Mya Aye (Burma), Brian Jones (Aus) and Don Klenk (USA) finished 2 shots behind Kuo (Taiw). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1973
x
Delhi GC
280
x
Played as the Indian Open. Won by Marsh (Aus). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1972
x
Jones, Brian
Delhi GC
282 (-10)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) and Ben Arda (Phil) finished 2 shots behind 21-year-old Jones (Aus), who was playing in his first Indian Open. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1971
x
Delhi GC
275
x
Played as the Indian Open. Won by Marsh (Aus). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1970
x
Chen, Chieng-chung
Royal Calcutta
279 (-13)
Played as the Indian Open (first-time as an Asian circuit event). Second-placed Koichi Ono (Jpn) finished 7 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Chen (Taiw). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1969
x
Arda, Ben
Royal Calcutta
291 (-1)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Raj Kumar Pitamber (India, amateur) and Shadi Lal (India) finished 7 shots behind Arda (Phil). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1968
x
Hosoishi, Kenji
Delhi GC
285 (-3)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Stan Peach (Aus), Richard McLean and Walter Godfrey (NZ) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Hosoishi (Jpn). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1967
x
Hosoishi, Kenji
Royal Calcutta
287 (-5)
x
Played as the Indian Open. Hosoishi (Jpn) beat Malcolm Gregson (Eng) at the third playoff hole. [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1966
x
Delhi GC
284
x
Played as the Indian Open. Won by Thomson (Aus). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1965
x
Sethi, Billoo
Royal Calcutta
282 (-10)
amateur
Played as the Indian Open. Second-placed Guy Wolstenholm (Eng) finished 7 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Prem Gopal "Billoo" Sethi (India, amateur). [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].
1964
x
Delhi GC
292
x
Played as the inaugural Indian Open. Won by Thomson (Aus). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
 

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