Shubhankar Sharma on a fast track in top golf tournaments from India
- Author: Jermaine Castillo Mar 03, 2018,
Mar 03, 2018, 0:13
"I was struggling with it on Monday and put in some work the last two days".
Chris Paisley of England, who followed up his first European Tour victory with top 5s in the tour's strongest events in the Middle East, was atop the leaderboard for much of a warm Thursday afternoon at Chapultepec Golf Club until a late bogey.
"It's probably the worst I've ever felt over the ball in my life".
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Shubhankar Sharma made an eye-opening World Golf Championships debut as the Indian prospect carded a six-under-par 65 in the first round at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Thursday.
With full playing status in Europe and Asia, Sharma said he is learning to adapt to being in the company of the game's marquee names and conceded he was star-struck when he teed up in Abu Dhabi and Dubai earlier this year.
"It's the biggest tournament I've played in by a long stretch", the Briton said. Among the worldwide contingent looking to play party poopers are Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee, a one-time Indian Open victor, Thomas Bjørn, the current Europe Ryder Cup captain, Argentine Emiliano Grillo, a victor on the PGA Tour (and member of the global team, alongside Lahiri, in the 2017 Presidents Cup), and 2011 British Open champion Darren Clarke. "I think I maybe caught myself out a bit on the last few holes, maybe got a little bit ahead of myself and realised where I was".
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These days, he does employ the grip it-and-rip it approach all the time, which previously earned him the nickname "Asia's John Daly". "It's a helpless feeling just because it's a course that you feel like you can score, make a lot of birdies on", Thomas said. "I like the course, it kind of suits my strengths".
In all, seven Asians are at the Mexico Championship.
Shubhankar Sharma won the Joburg Open and Malaysian Championships recently.
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Defending champion Dustin Johnson emerged from a roller-coaster round with a two-under-par 69. At 2,225 metres above sea level, players in the event are already standing high before play even begins.