Shiv Kapur
Shiv  Kapur


New Delhi, India

High School:
Vasant Vihar Modern School


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Kapur Qualifies for Open Championship

Will play in his third Open Championship next week


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Kapur Advances to Play in Second Straight U.S. Open

2004 Purdue grad to compete at Chambers Bay.


Kapur earns Euro Tour card with Dubai victory

Purdue grad led The Open Championship after the first round.

Kapur's Career Accomplishments

Summer (2003)
>Won All-India Amateur Classic
>Placed second in the Southern India Amateur
>Finished third in the Northern Indian Amateur
>Captained India's National Team at the Asian Pacific Amateur in Australia
>Honored by Indian president with the Argune Award as one of India's top amateur athletes

Junior Season (2002-03)
>Played in eight tournaments, with an average of 73.8, second-lowest on team
>Notched five top-25 finishes
>Fired 11 rounds at less than or even par
>Best finish was a tie for seventh at the Landfall Tradition

Sophomore Season (2001-02)
>Played in 10 events, with an average of 73.2
>Named All-America honorable mention
>Carded 11 of 31 rounds under par
>Stroke average (73.2) ranked third best on the team
>Placed in the top 20 six times
>Top finish was a third-place showing at the Johnny Owens Invitational
>Won 2002 Asian games, while representing the country India
>2002 Eisenhower Cup team captain for home country India

Freshman Season (2000-01)
>Played in 12 events, with an average of 74.9
>Posted a season-low 70 in the Big Ten Championships
>Best finish was a tie for 12th at the Seminole Invitational
>Carded a 71 six times during the season
>Placed in the top 20 six times

High School (Vasant Vihar)
>Ranked as the second-best amateur golfer in India before attending Purdue
>No. 1 ranked junior in India in 1998 and 1999
>Won 12 major championships before the age of 19
>First Indian ever to win Malaysian Open Amateur Championship
>Won three titles in 2000 (Indian Open, Walter Locke Cup and All-India Inter Zonal) and placed second the Panasonic Open and third in the Hong Kong Open.
>Member of the 2000 World Cup Indian team, which competed for the Eisenhower Cup
>Broke a national record in winning the All-India Junior Championship in 1999
>Four-time winner of Founder's Day Award for Excellence in Sports
>Awarded the International Excellence in Sports Award from the India Ministry of Sports in 2000
>Member of the Indian National Amateur Team at age 15 after winning the first major title at age 14 in 1996

>Majoring in management
>Born Feb. 12, 1982 in New Dehli, India
>Son of Renu and Ravi Kapur
>Has two sisters, Puja and Diya

Kapur's Career Statistics
Season Rounds Strokes Average Low Round

2000-01	34	2,546	74.88	70
2001-02 31	2,270	73.2	67
2002-03	25	1,846	73.8	70
Totals	90	6,662	74.0	67

Kapur's Tournament Results

Tournament Date Score Finish Northern Intercollegiate 9/30-10/1 74-76-77--227 T-27 Pepperdine Intercollegiate 10/9-10 77-73-79--229 T-38 The Nelson 10/27-29 71-72-78--226 T-58 Gator Invitational 2/10-11 76-71-71--218 T-58 Puerto Rico Classic 2/25-27 80-76-75--231 T-58 Seminole Intercollegiate 3/13-14 77-72-71--220 T-12 Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate 3/23-24 71-78--149 T-14 Kepler Intercollegiate 4/14-15 76-77-76--229 T-30 First Energy Collegiate 4/20-21 71-77--148 T-29 Big Ten Championships 5/4-6 76-73-70-73--292 T-26 NCAA Regionals 5/17-19 77-76-75--228 T-71 NCAA Championships 5/30-6/2 78-71--149 T-61

2001-02 Tournament Date Score Finish Purina Classic 10/8-9 80-70-76--226 T-58 Long Cove Invitational 10/9-11 74-79-76--229 T-53 Gator Invitational 2/9-10 73-71-68--212 T-10 Puerto Rico Classic 2/24-26 74-72-70--216 16 Conrad Rehling Invitational 3/15-17 77-73-74--224 T-46 Johnny Owens Invitational 3/29-30 75-67-70--212 3 Kepler-Cleveland Intercoll. 5/12-13 74-73--147 T-17 Big Ten Championships 5/3-5 75-71-74-71--291 T-13 NCAA Regionals 15/6-18 74-80-77--231 T-92 NCAA Championships 5/29-6/1 71-73-71-67--282 T-13

2002-03 Tournament Date Score Finish Landfall Tradition 9/1-3 72-70-74--216 T-7 Gator Invitational 2/8-9 74-76-73--223 T-22 Puerto Rico Classic 2/23-25 78-74-72--224 T-35 Conrad Rehling Inv. 3/14-16 74-73-71--218 T-13 Furman Intercollegiate 3/21-23 74-72-72--218 T-9 Augusta State Inv. 4/5-6 72-74-72--218 T-54 Kepler Intercollegiate 5/12-13 75-71-82--228 T-25 Big Ten Championships 5/2-4 77-71-70-83--301 T-42


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