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Aditi Ashok, SSP Chawrasia win Golf Industry Awards

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SSP Chawrasia and were among the winners at the second Golf Industry Association (GIA) Awards here.

Aditi, who finished second in the Ladies European Tour (LET) order of merit last year with the help of two victories, expectedly bagged Outstanding Achievement as a Player award.



Chawrasia, who successfully defended his Indian Open title earlier this year and had two victories of on tour last year, bagged the Award for the Men's Player of the Year.

Ali Sher, the Golf Club caddy-turned-pro-golfer, was feted for an Outstanding Playing Career.

Ali Sher won the Indian Open back in 1991 and was honoured with an Arjuna Award that year. He went on to win the Indian Open again in 1993.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aditi Ashok, SSP Chawrasia win Golf Industry Awards

SSP Chawrasia and Aditi Ashok were among the winners at the second Golf Industry Association (GIA) Awards here. Aditi, who finished second in the Ladies European Tour (LET) order of merit last year with the help of two victories, expectedly bagged Outstanding Achievement as a Player award. Chawrasia, who successfully defended his Indian Open title earlier this year and had two victories of on tour last year, bagged the Award for the Men's Player of the Year. Ali Sher, the Delhi Golf Club caddy-turned-pro-golfer, was feted for an Outstanding Playing Career. Ali Sher won the Indian Open back in 1991 and was honoured with an Arjuna Award that year. He went on to win the Indian Open again in 1993. SSP Chawrasia and were among the winners at the second Golf Industry Association (GIA) Awards here.

Aditi, who finished second in the Ladies European Tour (LET) order of merit last year with the help of two victories, expectedly bagged Outstanding Achievement as a Player award.

Chawrasia, who successfully defended his Indian Open title earlier this year and had two victories of on tour last year, bagged the Award for the Men's Player of the Year.

Ali Sher, the Golf Club caddy-turned-pro-golfer, was feted for an Outstanding Playing Career.

Ali Sher won the Indian Open back in 1991 and was honoured with an Arjuna Award that year. He went on to win the Indian Open again in 1993.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aditi Ashok, SSP Chawrasia win Golf Industry Awards

SSP Chawrasia and were among the winners at the second Golf Industry Association (GIA) Awards here.

Aditi, who finished second in the Ladies European Tour (LET) order of merit last year with the help of two victories, expectedly bagged Outstanding Achievement as a Player award.

Chawrasia, who successfully defended his Indian Open title earlier this year and had two victories of on tour last year, bagged the Award for the Men's Player of the Year.

Ali Sher, the Golf Club caddy-turned-pro-golfer, was feted for an Outstanding Playing Career.

Ali Sher won the Indian Open back in 1991 and was honoured with an Arjuna Award that year. He went on to win the Indian Open again in 1993.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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