Grewal & Gupta share lead with Sharma
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Chandigarh's Feroze Grewal, Vivek Gupta (Chandigarh Golf Club) and Shubhankar Sharma were tied for the top spot with identical scores of one-over-par 73 in the U-18 category on the opening day of the IGU Chandigarh Juniors Golf Championship, being played at Chandigarh Golf Club. Grewal is a student of DAV Model School, Sector 15, Chandigarh.
In the U-14 category, Prakhar Asawa of Chandigarh was lying at the top spot. The youngster carded a score of two-over-par 74 to stay in lead with Delhi's Piyush Sangan and Ritwik Jain of Tollyunge Golf Club, Kolkata sharing the second spot with a score of three-over-par 75. The tournament is the fourth in the IGU National Junior Tour and will be played till October 12. The Tour is also the national qualifier for the Eighth Faldo Series Asia Championship. More than 90 golfers are taking in the tournament.
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