Four Indian golfers make it to world's top 200; Randhawa at 74th

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Singapore, Apr 1 (UNI) Jyoti Randhawa is placed at the 74th position and is leading amongst the four Indian golfers in the list of top 200 of the Official World Golf Rankings while another pro Jeev Milkha Singh who is at 80th spot is closely following him.

SSP Chowrasia, placed at 154th and Arjun Atwal who is occupying the 199th spot have also made it to the list.

The latest rankings include a total of 18 Asian Tour members with New Zealand's Mark Brown at the 62nd place.

Brown, riding on his two wins this season, is leading the Asian Tour's Order of Merit and is top ranked among its members.

Simon Dyson of England is ranked 78th while South Africa's James Kingston is at the 92nd spot.

The current Order of Merit champion, Liang Wen-chong of China, is placed at 111th position while Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand is lying two places below him.

While Tiger Woods continues to remain at the top, Choi Kyung-ju of Korea, who plays in the US PGA Tour, is the top-ranked Asian at seventh place with Asian Tour's honorary member Vijay Singh at the ninth position.

The other Asian Tour members who have made it to the top 200 are Lin Wen-tang of Chinese Taipei (126), Korea's Yang Yong-eun (151), Australian Scott Strange (153), Simon Yates of Scotland (155), Prom Meesawat of Thailand (163), Chapchai Nirat of Thailand (174), Lu Wen-teh of Chinese Taipei (180) and Korea's Charlie Wi (181st).


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