Arjun Atwal

Atwal edges Wang for Dubai Open victory

Arjan Atwal ended a four-year winless streak Sunday with a narrow victory at the Asian Tour’s Dubai Open. Atwal, 41, birdied the final hole to beat 19-year-old Jeung-hun Wang.

Babineau: Cink, Mediate among vets 'finding it'

Stewart Cink has a share of the lead. Rocco Mediate is gaining confidence. Arjun Atwal is just trying to make it to a weekend. On Thursday, all three showed signs of progress, says Jeff Babineau.

Atwal makes first cut of 2012 Tour season

Arjun Atwal finally will pick up a paycheck at the end of this week, making his first cut in eight starts on the PGA Tour in 2012.

Atwal makes nostalgic return at Indian Open

Arjun Atwal has come home to his roots. The U.S. PGA Tour player tees-off Thursday in Hero Honda Indian Open, and acknowledges the tournament put him on the road to better times.

Haas, Atwal among early Viking leaders

Arjun Atwal, Bill Lunde, Ken Duke, Brett Quigley and Bill Haas all took advantage of great early conditions to share the lead at 6-under 66 after the first round of the Viking Classic on Thursday.

Determination pays off for Atwal at Wyndham

Arjun Atwal became the first native-born Indian to win on the PGA Tour on Sunday. As Adam Schupak writes, his journey is the real story.

Monday qualifier Atwal wins Wyndham title

Arjun Atwal won the Wyndham Championship on Sunday, becoming the first Monday qualifier to win on the PGA Tour in 24 years.

Atwal takes three-shot lead at Wyndham

Arjun Atwal, who lost his PGA Tour card last month, holds a three-shot lead after 54 holes at the Wyndham Championship.

Snedeker, Atwal share lead at Wyndham

Brandt Snedeker is the 36-hole leader at the Wyndham Championship, where he won in 2007 and led after last year’s first round.

Atwal shoots 61 to take lead at Wyndham

Arjun Atwal tied a tournament record with a 61 Thursday and took a two-stroke lead at the Wyndham Championship.

Atwal among AT&T leaders; Woods 7 back

Tiger Woods went 3 over in his final three holes at AT&T National, falling off the pace with a 73. His practice partner Arjun Atwal fared much better at Aronimink, posting a 66 for a share of the first-round lead.

Atwal in good form at Pebble Beach

Arjun Atwal’s comeback trail includes a stop at his first U.S. Open. Atwal, of India, comes into Pebble Beach in good form.