|Full name Jeev Milkha Singh|
Name Jeev Singh
Children Harjai Singh
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Uncles Malkhan Singh
Spouse Kudrat Singh (m. 2008)
Aunts Ishvar Singh
Residence Chandigarh, India
|Born 15 December 1971 (age 51) Chandigarh, India (1971-12-15) |
Weight 165 lb (75 kg; 11.8 st)
College Abilene Christian University
|Parents Milkha Singh, Nirmal Kaur|
Similar Milkha Singh, Nirmal Kaur, Jyoti Randhawa
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Jeev Milkha Singh (born 15 December 1971) is an Indian professional golfer who became the first player from India to join the European Tour in 1998. He has won four events on the European Tour, becoming the most successful Indian on tour. He was the first Indian golfer to break into the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking in October 2006. The Government of India awarded him the civilian honour of Padma Shri in 2007.
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- Early life
- Professional career
- Personal life
- Amateur wins 1
- European Tour wins 4
- Asian Tour wins 6
- Other wins 7
- Results in major championships
- Results in World Golf Championship events
- European Tour professional career summary
- Team appearances
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Singh was born in Chandigarh, India to Indian Olympic athlete Milkha Singh and Nirmal Kaur, former captain of the Indian women's volleyball team. Singh attended Abilene Christian University in the United States, obtaining a degree in business and international studies in 1996.
Singh won the NCAA Division II individual golf championship in 1993 in addition to a number of amateur tournaments in the U.S.
Singh turned professional in 1993 and his first professional win was at the 1993 Southern Oklahoma State Open, a minor local event. He played mainly in Asia, where he was a regular winner in the mid-1990s. In 1997 he finished seventh at the European Tour qualifying school, and joined the tour the following year.
He became the third golfer to receive Arjuna Award in 1999.
His best season in Europe until 2006 was in 1999, when he came 50th on the Order of Merit. He struggled with injury in the early years of the new millennium. In April 2006 he won the Volvo China Open, becoming the second Indian player to win on the European Tour after Arjun Atwal. He also won the season ending Volvo Masters, which elevated him to a final position of 16th on the Order of Merit. He finished 2006 as the winner of the Asian Tour Order of Merit and capped his season with a pair of back to back wins in Japan to become the first Indian to make the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. In 2007 he became the first Indian golfer to participate in the Masters Tournament. In August 2008, Singh achieved the highest ranking for an Indian in any major event at the 2008 PGA Championship in Oakland Hills, finishing at T9, making him arguably India's best golfer ever.
Singh finished the 2008 European Tour season ranked 12th on the Order of Merit, and after winning the Barclays Singapore Open won his second Order of Merit title on the Asian Tour.
In 2009, Singh finished the WGC-CA Championship in fourth place, after leading round one.
Singh played on the Nationwide Tour in 2003. He played on the PGA Tour from 2007 to 2010, where his best finish was 4th place at the 2009 WGC-CA Championship.
Singh received India's fourth highest civil honour, the Padma Shri, in 2007.
On 15 July 2012, Singh beat Francesco Molinari in a sudden-death playoff to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, the week before the 2012 Open Championship. The win secured Singh a spot in the 2012 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club as a result of finishing as the highest non-qualifier at the event. The win was also Singh's fourth career victory on the European Tour and moved him ahead of Arjun Atwal, making him the most successful Indian golfer in European Tour history.
Singh lives in Chandigarh with wife Kudrat and their son Harjai.
Amateur wins (1)
European Tour wins (4)
European Tour playoff record (1–1)
Asian Tour wins (6)
Other wins (7)
Results in major championships
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
Results in World Golf Championship events
DNP = Did not play
QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
"T" = tied
Yellow background for top 10.
Note that the HSBC Champions did not become a WGC event until 2009.
European Tour professional career summary
1 Not a full Tour member in these years