Who's who: Jyoti Randhawa

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Who's who: Jyoti Randhawa

  • Name:

    Jyoti Randhawa
  • Country:

    India
  • Born:

    May 4, 1972 in New Delhi, India.
  • Original/Home Club:

  • Occupation:

    Professional golfer
  • Turned Pro:

    1994

Roll of Honour

Multiple wins on the Asian and Japan Tours. Asian Tour Order of merit winner (2002).

Did you know?

Randhawa currently competes on the Asian and European Tours. He is the son of a retired army general, as well as being an excellent marksman. He also enjoys horse-riding, yoga and motorbikes. Before they divorced in 2014, Randhawa was married to the Indian film actress Chitrangada Singh (sister of Indian golf professional Digvijay Singh).

Top tournaments won by Jyoti Randhawa

2009
Asia
263 (-17)
US$79,250
Singha

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

263 (-17)

Prize money

US$79,250

Title sponsor

Singha

Played as the Singha Thailand Open (March 5-8; Asian Tr event; not played since 2005). Second-placed Rhys Davies (Wales) finished 2 shots behind Randhawa (Ind), who claimed his eighth Asian Tour win. [Laguna Phuket GC, Phuket, Thailand].

2007
Asia
275 (-13)
US$79,250
Hero Honda

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

275 (-13)

Prize money

US$79,250

Title sponsor

Hero Honda

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
Asia
270 (-18)
US$63,400
Hero Honda

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

270 (-18)

Prize money

US$63,400

Title sponsor

Hero Honda

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].

2006
Awards
69.74
n/a
Asian Tr

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Venue

Score

69.74

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

Asian Tr

Randhawa (India) recorded the season's lowest scoring average on the Asian Tour over a minimum of 40 rounds.

2004
Asia
274 (-14)
US$99,000
Volvo

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

274 (-14)

Prize money

US$99,000

Title sponsor

Volvo

Played as the Volvo Masters of Asia (Dec 9-12; Asian Tr season-ending event). Randhawa (India) beat Terry Pilkadaris (Aus) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. [Kota Permai G&CC, Shah Alam, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].

Category

Japan

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Venue

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Suntory Open (a Japanese Tour event).

2002
Awards
$266,264
see Score
Davidoff

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Venue

Score

$266,264

Prize money

see Score

Title sponsor

Davidoff

Randhawa (India) won the Asian Tour 2002 Davidoff Order of Merit, with earnings of US$266,264 on the Tour. Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) was second with $242,558; Arjun Atwal (India) was third with $207,625.

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

268 (-20)

Prize money

US$64,600

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Singapore Open (Dec 7-10; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Hendrik Buhrmann (RSA) finished 3 shots behind Randhawa (India). [Island course, Singapore Island CC, Singapore].

2000
Asia
273 (-15)
US$50,010
Wills

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

US$50,010

Title sponsor

Wills

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 G&CC, ITC Grand Bharat Resort, New Delhi, India].

1999
Asia
277 (-11)
US$32,300
Honda

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

US$32,300

Title sponsor

Honda

Played as the Hero Honda Masters (Oct 28-31; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Sammy Daniels (RSA) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Randhawa (India). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].

1998
Asia
275 (-13)
US$32,300
Honda

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Randhawa, Jyoti

Score

275 (-13)

Prize money

US$32,300

Title sponsor

Honda

Played as the Hero Honda Masters (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Jeev Milkha Singh (India) finished 4 shots behind Randhawa (India). [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].

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