Indian Golfers Shubhankar Sharma and Gaganjeet Bhullar reserve their quota for the Paris Olympics

Shubhankar Sharma and Gaganjeet Bhullar

Indian golfers Shubhankar Sharma and Gaganjeet Bhullar have secured their spots in the prestigious Paris 2024 Olympic Games. These talented players will represent India in the men’s golf event at the Golf National course in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France, this August.

Shubhankar Sharma to debut at Paris Olympics

Shubhankar Sharma, currently the highest-ranked Indian in men’s professional golf globally, and Gaganjeet Bhullar both finished among the top 60 golfers in the Olympic Golf Rankings (OGR). Their impressive performance during the qualifying window until June 17 earned them the opportunity to tee off for India at the Paris Olympics.

At just 27 years old, Shubhankar Sharma has already made significant waves in the golfing world. He is a two-time winner on the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) and boasts eight career titles. His recent signing as the Brand Ambassador of Roundglass Sports further underscores his rising profile. Shubhankar’s game is trending in the right direction, and he is eager to deliver on the Olympic stage.

Joining Shubhankar is Gaganjeet Bhullar, another seasoned Indian golfer. Bhullar, with an Olympic rank of 54, will also make his Olympic debut. His experience and skill add depth to the Indian contingent, and he aims to contribute to the team’s success in Paris.

In the women’s tournament, India will be represented by Aditi Ashok and Diksha Dagar. Together, they form a strong and experienced team, ready to compete at the highest level.

The Dream Come True: Shubhankar Sharma expressed his excitement, calling it a “privilege and honour” to represent India at the Olympics. With a talented team behind him, including Gaganjeet, Aditi, and Diksha, Shubhankar believes that any medal is possible for both the Men’s and Women’s Teams. His game is on the right track, and he is keyed up to seize this dream opportunity.

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