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New Delhi, India 11 Feb 2010 - 14 Feb 2010
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Avantha Masters to put India on the golfing map
India returns to the golfing spotlight this week as The European Tour revisits the world’s second most populous country for the €1.5 million Avantha Masters.
New father Singh hopes to celebrate with home win
Jeev Milkha Singh is seeking to add to the joy of his son’s birth by winning the Avantha Masters, which tees off at the DLF Country and Golf Club on the outskirts of New Delhi.
Bland and Fisher lead the way
A blemish free run on the front nine propelled England's Richard Bland into a share of the lead alongside compatriot Oliver Fisher during the early stages of the first round at the inaugural Avantha Masters.
Siem shows the way
Germany's Marcel Siem eagled the final hole of his round en route to an eight under par 64 which gave him the clubhouse lead midway through opening round of the Avantha Masters.
Sparkling Siem claims first round lead
Germany's Marcel Siem put his success down to an unlikely source after an eagle at his final hole led to an eight under par 64 and secured a one stroke lead after the opening round of the inaugural Avantha Masters.
Tannin sets early pace
Kwanchai Tannin's 68 saw him set the early clubhouse mark at the Avantha Masters but Barry Lane and Andrew Dodt were both well placed to overhaul the Thai golfer after enjoying profitable starts to the second round.
Lane leads the way in New Delhi
Barry Lane's second consecutive round of 67 saw the veteran Englishman take a narrow lead as the Avantha Masters approached the midway point in Delhi.
Trio tied at the top in India
Veteran Barry Lane was joined by Challenge Tour graduate John Parry and Chinese Taipei’s Chan Yih-shin on ten under par at the top of the leaderboard after day two of the Avantha Masters in New Delhi.
Early birdie sees Chan soar ahead in India
Chan Yih-shin of Chinese Taipei moved to the top of the weather-delayed second round leaderboard at the Avantha Masters with a Saturday morning birdie that moved him a shot clear of veteran Barry Lane and Challenge Tour graduate John Parry.
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