New Delhi: Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee would be hoping to end a frustrating 10-year wait for a second Asian Tour victory when he tees off at the USD 300,000 Panasonic Open India, which gets underway on Thursday.
Ranked 16th on the Order of Merit, the Indian is in high spirits and ready to contend for the title at the Delhi Golf Club, a venue which he knows like the back of his hands.
"A lot of players find this golf course tight but I've been playing here since I was 13 or 14 years old. Maybe earlier than that! This course is not daunting for me anymore," said Gangjee.