Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar insists he is not feeling any pressure ahead of the $1.25 million Hero Indian Open as he chases a third Asian Tour win this season.
Bhullar won in Macau last week and is the man of the moment, but he is not worried about being in the limelight as he leads the local charge at the Karnataka Golf Association (KGA) course here today.
“I feel the next generation of Indian golfers is ready to take over. The responsibility is on our shoulders (leading the Indian charge with Anirban Lahiri and Himmat Rai in the absence of Jeev Milkha Singh and Arjun Atwal) and we are ready for the challenge,” said Bhullar, who has won four Asian Tour titles in his career.
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