Khalin Joshi Wins Panasonic Open India for Maiden Asian Tour Title
An aggressive Khalin Joshi continued India’s domination at the $400,000 Panasonic Open India, securing a one-stroke win for his maiden Asian Tour title at the prestigious Delhi Golf Club last fortnight. The overnight joint leader fired six birdies in the last 10 holes after a bogey-bogey start to card a four-under 68 on the final day to win the title with a four day aggregate of 17-under 271. Joshi became the seventh Indian to win the Panasonic Open India in the last eight editions.
“I have no words. Huge monkey off my back. I think I played really well...Kept my nerves and played really solid coming in. Last few holes were key for me. I am really relieved and happy to win,” Joshi said after bagging a winner’s cheque of $72,000. Joshi said the birdie at the eighth hole was the turning point for him.