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Jyoti Randhawa grabbed his 2024 Legends Tour card in style - winning the Final Stage of Q-school and is an eight-time winner on the Asian Tour.

Rounds of 71, 67, 68 and 70 ensured that he took top spot in Turkey to graduate after a glorious week at Gloria Golf Club, gaining his playing rights for the year.
In 2002 he became the first Indian player to win the Asian Tour’s Order of Merit and was also voted the Players Player of the Year that season too. He is an eight-time winner on the Asian Tour.
Randhawa made more than 200 appearances on the DP World Tour from 2002-2005 and was a runner-up on five occasions.
He represented India at the World Cup of Golf four times and the Alfred Dunhill Cup in 1999 as well as playing for Asia against Europe in the 2006 Royal Trophy.

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Asian Tour Wins 8
Asian Tour Order of Merit 2002
DP World Tour Appearances 214
Turned Pro 1994

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Last 5 Performances

Tour Key
  • European Tour
  • Staysure Tour
  • Challenge Tour
Date Tournament Pos. Total To Par History
8/12/2019 AFRASIS BANK Mauritius Open T17 274 -14
31/03/2019 Hero Indian Open T90 150 +6
2/12/2018 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open at Anahita RTD - -
25/11/2018 Honma Hong Kong Open presented by Amundi RTD - -
11/03/2018 Hero Indian Open T32 293 +5

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