Monday, December 08, 2008

Jeev M. Singh Moves Up WGC Ladder, Man Crush Continues

Back in March, I touted a certain Indian golfer who as of right now ranks 36th on the World Golf list and is consistently raising his stock.

He has PGA Tour experience and played well at both the Masters and PGA Championship in 2008, finishing in ties for 9th and 25th respectively.

Jeev Milkha Singh has just wrapped up a nice stint on the Asian PGA Tour, which included the Order Of Merit (Money List) title, thanks in part to his victories at the Barclay’s Singapore Open and Nagashima Shigeo Invitational. However, with his victory this past weekend at the Golf Nippon Series JT Cup, Singh had a little more on his mind.

Earlier in the week, Singh’s wife, Kudrat, delivered a stillborn baby at a hospital in Japan. Saddened by the unfortunate event, Jeev M. wanted to withdraw from the tournament. Kudrat urged her husband to stay entered at the tournment and he obliged. Playing with a heavy heart, Singh fired a 4-under 66 in the final round to win the JT Cup for the second time in his career.

In 10 events, Singh has amassed over $1.4 million (USD), an Asian PGA Tour record for winnings. In Between 18 has had their eyes on Sir Jeev for a while now. The man can play. A Major championship may not be too far down the road.

3 Comentários:

Dee Dee said...

I'll be watching...

Patricia said...

I've been following "the other Singh" for a while now too. He's amazing and I'll be pulling for him in 09.

Parisjasmal said...

Good call Goods.

I will keep my eyes open!

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