Jeev and Bhullar lead the Indian challenge

Jeev and Bhullar lead the Indian challenge

Tōkyō : Japan | Sep 19, 2012 at 4:04 PM PDT
Source: Telegraph India
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Jeev, who has an injured trigger finger, returned to the course last week and finished 31st in an event in Japan. He has four wins on Japan Tour and this year he already has a win in Europe in the Scottish Open. But after that and the British Open, he was forced to take a break due to injury. FULL ARTICLE AT Telegraph India
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