Indian Golf Players Win 4 Golds and Total 11 Medals in Malaysia

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Young Indian golfers bagged a total of 11 medals, including four gold, at the Kids Golf World Championship in Malaysia.

India’s winners included Arjun Bhati, a 14-year-old Noida golfer from Green Valley School, who won the top spot in the boys 13-14 group; Dubai-based Aarnav Nath in boys-12 and Gurnavjeet Singh Bhatia (boys-11) and Kartik Singh (boys-8).

 

The competitions started from Under-7 and went right up to the age group of 15-16 for both boys and girls.

The silver medalists included Vibhu Tyagi (boys 15-18); Lavanya Gupta (girls-11) and Arshvant Srivastava, earlier a medallist at US Kids Europe in boys-9. The bronze medallists were Harbin Kaur Jawanda (girls 13-14); Jujhar Singh (boys-12); and Samaira Tomar (girls-9).

Harjai, son of India’s most famous golfer Jeev Milkha Singh won the bronze medal in his category for Boys-8 years.

At least seven other Indians youngsters missed out on the medals narrowly as they finished fourth in their categories. They are Sifat Sayal (Girls 13-14); Riya Yadav (Girls 15-18); Jot Prakash Singh (Boys 15-18); Armaan Adesh Gawde (Boys-9); Manila-based Bhuvas Nagpal (Boys-11); Noida’s Zara Anand (Girls-10) and Parnika Sharma (Girls-9).

 

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Gaurav Kadam is a young sportswriter and journalist who is a huge cricket enthusiast. He is a bibliophile and a movie and American TV series buff, who is completely addicted to Netflix. Gaurav is liberal in thoughts and agnostic in deeds.

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