Who's who in golf - Gaurav Ghei

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Name: - Gaurav Ghei
Country: - India
Born : - Sep 25, 1968
Original Home/Club: - New Delhi
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1991

Roll of Honour

Multiple winner on the Asian Tour (see Tournament listing below).

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In 1997 he became the first Indian golfer to qualify for The Open Championship.

Top tournaments won by Gaurav Ghei

2007Men AsiaBeijing OpenPine Valley, Beijing274 (-14)US$79,250
Played as the inaugural Pine Valley Beijing Open (April 26-29; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Adam Blyth (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Ghei (India). [Pine Valley GC, Beijing, China].
2006Men AsiaTaiwan MastersTaiwan G&CC278 (-10)US$100,000
Played as the Mercuries Taiwan Masters (Sept 28-Oct 1; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Rahil Gangjee (India) finished 1 shot behind Ghei (India), who recorded his first win on the Asian Tour in 11 years. [Tamsui course, Taiwan G&CC, Taipei, Taiwan].
1999Men AsiaAsian Nations Cup (Indiv)Kota Permai G&CC
Played as the inaugural Asian Nations Cup (Oct 8-10; Asian Tr two-man World Cup of Golf qualfying event). Won by Korea. Ghei (India) won the individual prize. [Kota Permai G&CC, Shah Alam, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].
1995Men AsiaGadgil Western MastersDelhi GCUS$80,750
Played as the inaugural Gadgil Western Masters (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Vijay Kumar (India) finished 1 shot behind Ghei (India), who chipped in for an eagle-three on the final hole to snatch the victory. [Delhi GC, New Delhi, India].
1994Men AsiaDesaru Classicxx
Played as the Desaru Classic (in Malaysia, not an Asian Tour event).


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