Shiv Kapur
Shiv Kapur


New Delhi, India

High School:
Vasant Vihar Modern School


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