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International Victories (18)
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third consecutive time but after a T71 at THE NORTHERN TRUST, missed the cut at the Dell Technologies Championship to end his season at No. 99 in the FedExCup. Made 17 cuts in 24 starts in a season that included six top-25s and four top-10s. Second-round 61 at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier marked his first score of 61 or better on TOUR.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Progressed to the third Playoffs event, the BMW Championship, on the bubble at No. 70 in the standings before a T9 result in Chicago saw him finish the season at No. 51 in the FedExCup. Made 14 cuts in 22 starts, posting seven top-25 finishes, including three top-10s and a season-best T2 at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide. Capped the season with a second appearance for the International Team at the Presidents Cup.
With 16 made cuts in 21 starts, advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs where he eventually finished 119th in the standings.
Highlight of his year came in August when he was named a member of The Presidents Cup International squad, becoming the first player from India to make the team.
Ended the Asian Tour season No. 2 on the Order of Merit, approximately U.S. $112,000 behind winner David Lipsky. Made three PGA TOUR appearances, including his second and third major championship starts (missed the cut at The Open Championship and the PGA Championship). Lone made cut was a T35 in Malaysia, at the CIMB Classic. Also added three international runner-up finishes.
Four wins and two additional top-10s internationally. After going winless on the Professional Golf Tour of India in 2012, returned with three titles on that circuit. First triumph came at the Players Championship, a playoff win over Shamim Khan.
Won his second Asian Tour title in as many years and added four additional top-10s.
Broke through for victory for the first time on the Asian Tour when he captured the Panasonic Open in early April. Opened with a 65 and then battled Manav Jaini and Mardan Mamat the rest of the way, the trio eventually finishing regulation play deadlocked. Defeated Jaini and Mamat in sudden-death. Two weeks earlier, at the SAIL Open, began the tournament with a 66 and closed with a 69 to finish solo sixth. Final top-10 of the year came at the Queen's Cup, where he T8.
Added three Asian Tour top-10s. The first came at the Black Mountain Masters (fourth), followed by a ninth-place showing at the Queen's Cup in August and a T9 at the Iskandar Johor Open in October.
Played his first full Asian Tour slate, recording two top-25s among his eight made cuts (in 12 starts). Was T25 at the Midea China Classic and T22 at the Macau Open in consecutive weeks in October.
Made his Asian Tour debut, missing the cut at the Hero Honda Indian Open.