The 21-year-old beat No.1 India, D. Diksha 7 and 6 in the 36-hole match play action at the Delhi Golf Club won the tournament thus entering the 100th edition.

Nur Durriyah dominated by four strokes after cope Diksha action 18 holes and then exaggerated five strokes after 28 holes.

He then widened the gap by seven strokes to ensure success when with six holes remaining.

The victory saw him become the first player not from India won after S. Tushani of Sri Lanka do so in 2000.

“I can not describe this success. Become a champion in India for the first time and his sixth this year, was incredible.

“It is an honor to become a champion in the tournament coming in the 100th edition and I certainly will remember for a long time,” he said, intends to turn professional after the 2017 Games.

Among other titles achieved Nur Durriyah this year including Taiwan Amateur Championship, Sport Malaysia Sarawak, Kelantan Amateur Open, Ladies Open Amateur Championship Malaysia and Thailand Ladies Open Amateur Championship.