Born on May 4, 1972, in
New Delhi, India, Jyoti Singh Randhawa is an Indian pioneer of golf. The Randhawa family has a huge convention of influencing the country to pride. R. S. Randhawa, the father, is an Indian army resigned Brigadier. H. S. Randhawa, his uncle, left as an Indian Army Lieutenant Colonel.
His granddad additionally served the country by joining the Indian Army and fought in the First World War. Randhawa wedded to performer
Chitrangada Singh. Their child is named Zorawar Randhawa. The couple separated in April of 2014, and their child's care has been allowed to Chitrangada.
Jyoti acquired the label of the national sub-junior in 1986. His position is among the lead 100 golfers on the planet. His vocation accomplished the Zenith of advance, when, progressively in 1998 and 1999, he turned into the ace of Hero Honda.
Jyoti's professional vocation started in the year of 1994 when he won the Championship of All India Amateur in 1993. After Jeev Milkha Singh, the renowned career of Jyoti Randhawa has got him the second best Indian golf Player rank. He is one of the consistent players at the European Tours and Asian PGA Tour. 2002 was a superb year for him.
His execution earned him the acclaim of his companions who voted him the player of the year. He additionally came into the spotlight when he acquired the US $ 178,900 possessing the 6th place in the Dun Hill Links Championship in Scotland.
It was the exceptional snapshot of his profession. He is additionally an awesome marksman and appreciates riding steeds and motorbikes. In 2004, Jyoti came his best complete on the European visit at the Johnnie Walker Classic, His best complete in a noteworthy competition came in the 2004 British Open Championship, where Jyoti finished in a tie for 27th position.
At that point, he swung to first Asian Recipient of the Order of Merit title and later he got in the Singapore Open. Jyoti likewise gained the Volvo Asian Master title at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. He partook in the Asian Tour and additionally in the year of 2007, 08 and 09 he represented India in the World Cup of men in golf and furthermore in the year of 2006 he presented Asia in The Royal Trophy that was a men's expert group of the golf competition. Jyoti has earned ten professional tour wins, which incorporated 2003 one Japan visit- Suntory open, 2007 the DLF masters and eight Asian visits victories.