Ballymena (Northern Ireland), September 23
Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar is about to return to motion after greater than six months as he tees off on the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this week.
The nine-time winner on Asian Tour, and one-time winner on the European Tour, Bhullar final performed on the Tour in March on the Malaysia Open.
Also within the area is Shubhankar Sharma, who bought again to motion with the Hero Open, the second occasion on the UK swing after the European Tour re-started in June.
Bhullar, whose sole win on European Tour got here on the Fiji International in 2018, performs with Englishmen Ashley Chesters and Steve Brown.
Sharma performs with Dane Joachim Hansen and England’s David Law at eight am on the Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort in Northern Ireland.
“I am really excited to get back on tour. But I think this break was very much needed for me. I am feeling more motivated and ready for the tour,” stated Bhullar, who reached Europe earlier this week.
“I worked a lot in the downtime and also did work with my foundation for my village and of course stayed safe. When things opened a bit I got to practice and also consulted my coach and here I am for Irish Open. I feel my game is in good shape,” he added.
The occasion has change into excessive profile with the return of the 2019 Open winner, Shane Lowry, who received it as an newbie in 2009.
Lowry is grouped with Lucas Herbert and the in-form George Coetzee.
Three-time Major Champion Padraig Harrington begins his first spherical alongside John Catlin and Justin Harding. PTI