Gaganjeet Bhullar - India’s brightest young talent
Bhullar Youngest Indian to Rank 89 at Official World Golf Ranking 2012
Gaganjeet Bhullar, India's rising star a striking winner of Yeangder Tournament Players Championship 2012 and the Venetian Macau Open 2012, has became the Youngest Indian with an Asian Tour Merit Ranking 4 and Official World Golf Ranking 89 from 410 within one year after getting trained by Mr Pradeep Aggarwal.
Bhullar becomes youngest Indian to win on Asian Tour
Times of India – 26th July, 09
After winning his first professional title on the Asian Tour “Indonesia President Invitational” 2009, Bhullar said
"It was a great week. I have been very happy with my ball striking and my recent work with psychologist, Pradeep Aggarwal, who has been with me for last few months, has paid rich dividend".
Bhullar steps up to the Fore
Asian Tour - 14th July, 09
After practicing seven rounds at the Fairways Greens, Ailsa Course, Bhullar says “I’m now the lone Indian in the field this week and definitely more expectations will be on me. It’s a big shoe to fill but mentally I’m ready,” added Bhullar who has his sports psychologist, Mr.Pradeep Aggarwal with him this week.
Bhullar takes major leaps at British open
Asian Tour- 10th July, 09
As Bhullar prepares himself for his maiden Major debut, he is also counting on the sound advice from his sports psychologist to give him that added edge.
“The mental aspect of the game is always crucial and I’ve managed to turn my game around by following my doctor’s advice of sticking closely to my usual routine without getting too distracted by the end result,” said Bhullar who credits Mr.Pradeep Aggarwal for turning his game around.“Once I can get into the rhythm of playing my own game, the results will naturally come,” said Bhullar.
Stroke of luck for Bhullar after two years
Hindustan Times, Delhi – 7th July, 09
Bhullar’s fortunes after winning the Indonesia President Invitational title.
As has become the trend in recent months, Bhullar, while pointing to the “sound ball striking”, did not forget the contribution of psychologist Pradeep Aggarwal, who is credited with inculcating the “difference in approach”. At 21, Bhullar became the youngest Indian winner on an international tour (Jeev Milkha Singh and Shiv Kapur were 23 when they won in Asia), but the stat did not seem to impress him. Even as he awaits “the many changes in his life after this victory”, uppermost is the relief of “ending the two-year wait”.
Bhullar turning visualization into reality
Times of India, Delhi – 6th April, 09
After winning the qualifying for British Open, Singapore, Bhullar said
I finally managed to turn visualisation into reality and after that, I’ve been doing well on the Asian Tour. A change has come on the mental level,” he summed up.
For that, he has to thank visualisation expert Mr.Pradeep Aggarwal, with whom he has been working for more than a month. “So far, so good,” the youngster struck a cautious note. “Whatever I do evolves around the subconscious level and there is an elaborate pre-shot routine.”
Bhullar realizes dreams
Asian Tour – 1st April, 09
After fulfilling his childhood dream of playing in the Major International Final – Asia and qualifying in it, Bhullar says
“I played really well today and it’s all thanks to Mr.Pradeep Aggarwal whom has helped me a lot in improving my mental strength. Without his teachings, I doubt I would have gone this far,” said Bhullar, who enjoyed a blemish free round highlighted by four birdies.
Young Indian on the rise
Asian Tour – 30th March, 09
Gaganjeet Bhullar underlined the rising strength of India’s game when he finishes in fourth and tied-fifth respectively at the Black Mountain Masters, says “Last year, I lost six or seven tournaments when I was in contention where I didn’t play well in the weekend. I was a bit frustrated and he (Mr.Pradeep Aggarwal) told me to do something to lose my frustration,” said Bhullar.