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Full name  Jyoti Singh Randhawa
Name  Jyoti Randhawa
Residence  New Delhi
Professional wins  10
Weight  72 kg

Turned professional  1994
Height  1.85 m
Nationality  India
Role  Golfer
Children  Zorawara Randhawa
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Born  4 May 1972 (age 43) New Delhi, India (1972-05-04)
Current tour(s)  Asian Tour (joined 1995)
Former tour(s)  European Tour (2005–10)
Spouse  Chitrangada Singh (m. 2001–2014)
Similar People  Chitrangada Singh, Digvijay Singh, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Jeev Milkha Singh

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Jyoti Singh Randhawa (born 4 May 1972) is an Indian professional golfer who was ranked in the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking several times between 2004 and 2009.


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Randhawa turned professional in 1994. He participates on the Asian Tour and the European Tour. In 2002, he finished top on the Asian Tour money list. His best finish on the European Tour is tied second in the 2004 Johnnie Walker Classic.

Personal life

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Randhawa was married to actress Chitrangada Singh. Their son is named Zorawar Randhawa. The couple divorced in April 2014 and their son's custody has been granted to Chitrangada.

Japan Golf Tour wins (1)

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  • 2003 Suntory Open
  • Other wins (1)

  • 2007 The DLF Masters (India)
  • Results in major championships

    DNP = Did not play
    CUT = missed the half-way cut
    WD = withdrew
    "T" = tied
    Yellow background for top-10.

    Team appearances


  • Eisenhower Trophy (representing India): 1992
  • Professional

  • Alfred Dunhill Cup (representing India): 1999
  • World Cup (representing India): 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009
  • Royal Trophy (representing Asia): 2006
  • References

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