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Good year for Indian golf

Jeev Milkha Singh won his fourth title of the year by clinching the season-ending Nippon Series JT Cup golf tournament in Tokyo on 3rd December 2006.. The win with a cheque of 30 million Yen, also helped him jump into the top 50 of world golf rankings besides ensuring a place in the prestigious Augusta Masters next April.

India's Jeev Milkha Singh has been picked up in the Asian team for the Royal Trophy golf championship. Jeev Milkha Singh claimed his third title of the season when he won the Casio World Open by two strokes on 26th November. Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh’s triumph in the Casio World Open in Japan brought him to the threshold of breaking into the top 50 of world rankings with the golfer jumping eight places to be at 55th spot.

Earlier in November 2006, Jeev clinched his first ever Asian Tour's UBS Order of Merit title after finishing joint third in the UBS Hong Kong Open.

This has been a spectacular year for Jeev, who won the Volvo China Open in April 2006 and then made impressive finishes in the Asian tour. The biggest win for him came when he won the Volvo Masters in Europe in October 2006, which saw him break into the top 100 in rankings.

Other Indian golfers who are keeping the Indian flag flying in international golf are Jyoti Randhawa(80), Shiv Kapur(175), Gaurav Ghei,(215) and Arjun Atwal ranked 257 in the world.

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TOP 10 GOLFERS (November 2006)
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Top 10 Golfers in Asia here
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