Here is what Jeev has to say (see Hindustan Times )
Coming to this year’s event, I think I have a good chance as I have been playing well for the past couple of months. I don’t have a good finish to prove it, but that’s because I have been having one bad round every tournament.
Last week, I was tied sixth going into the final day of the ABC Championship in Japan, but finally finished 22nd after a disappointing two-over round. However, I have full faith in my abilities and I am pretty confident of posting some good finishes in the very near future... hopefully this week itself.
Jeev also realizes his problems of having one bad round in a tournament. As we have also been following him, he does seem to be playing good except that one round. If he can avoid that, he can certainly have good result. Note that Jeev and Jyoti were playing against much tougher opposition in JPGA compare to what they'll face here.
Arjun Atwal is looking for first player to win life time million dollars in APGA as he is sitting at $ 969,902 before this event. Shona Singh of Indian Express has to say this about Arjun Atwal (Here is the link)
Arjun, who is also hitting the ball long and straight, homed in with a driver and seven iron onto the par-five 14th hole today. He is very relaxed and prepared to lead the field as the number one player on the current Asian Order of Merit. ‘‘This is one of my favorite courses and I love coming back here. That is one of the reasons I am back,’’ said the amicable young professional who has appraised the nine new greens that have been added to the course. ‘‘They are big greens, hard and fast,’’ he said