Jyoti Randhawa of India will return to action at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship, which starts on Thursday, after breaking his leg earlier this year. In this interview with AsianTour.com he reflects on what happened during his stunts with his motorbike that led to him breaking his leg. Adventure enthusiast, Randhawa loves to sky-jump, go fishing and experiment with new sports.
He loves his bikes but an adventure hurt his leg: Jyoti Randhawa on comeback trail
He broke a bone in his right shin when his all-terrain vehicle overturned and landed on his leg while on holiday in India in February.
The eight-time Asian Tour winner was out of action for close to six weeks and played his first round of golf during the practice rounds on Tuesday and Wednesday where he played nine holes on each day at the Chiba Country Club, Umesato course