• Harmeet Singh KAHLON


    • Date of birth Sep 15, 1970
    • Turned Pro 1999
    • Residence Chandigarh, India
    • Family Married


Hails from Chandigargh and grew up alongside Jeev Milkha Singh, Amandeep Johl and Amritinder Singh. When he won the Hero Honda Masters, he said it was also very much due the fact that he had worked with sports psychologist Dr Deborah Graham.

Career Highlights

  1. Harmeet secured his breakthrough victory at the 2002 Hero Honda Masters on home soil
  2. It was a wonderful moment as Hero Honda have supported him throughout his career and following the triumph, he went on to post three other top-10s to finish 29th on the Order of Merit, his career best finish on Tour
  3. In recent times though, Harmeet has focused on playing at home
  4. In 2012, he made three starts on home soil where his best result was tied-10th at the Panasonic Open India
  5. He played in three Asian Tour tournaments in 2009 and managed a commendable tied fourth placing at the King’s Cup in Thailand
  6. He finished tied for fifth place at the inaugural Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational in 2007 and later posted a 10th place outing in the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open
  7. Came close to a second Tour victory at the Thailand Open in 2005 before finishing fifth and was fourth at the Double A International Open in Thailand
  8. He enjoyed a consistent year in 2004, missing only three cuts and recorded one top-10 at the Macau Open
  9. In 2003, Harmeet registered one top-10, at the season-ending Volvo Masters of Asia in Thailand
  10. Harmeet turned professional at a late age of 29
  11. Prior to that, he enjoyed a distinguished amateur career and represented India at international events
  12. Was named Rookie of the Year on the Indian circuit in 1999
  13. Finished second in the 1999 Surya Nepal Masters, second in the 2000 BPGC Open and 2000 Ford MGC Open and 2001 Wills Western Open on the Indian Tour
  14. Enjoyed a strong outing in the 2001 Volvo China Open, finishing tied fifth
  15. In 2002 he played in all six rounds of the European Tour Qualifying School Finals but failed to secure a Tour card.

Asian Tour Victories

  1. Asian Tour win: (1)
  2. 2002 Hero Honda Masters, India.

Tournament Results

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