Heartbreak for Anirban Lahiri: Nightmarish quadruple bogey costs Indian golfer PGA Tour title in Kuala Lumpur
The only consolation for Lahiri was a good start to the 2016-17 season, which also produced his career-best finish at tied 3rd, bettering his tied 5th at 2015 PGA Championships.
It was his third victory on the Japan Tour, and his second in Kochi, after his previous success in 2012.
Matt Jones followed in the footsteps of boyhood idol Greg Norman by winning the Australian Open Sunday, holding off the challenge of world number one Jordan Spieth and former champion Adam Scott.
Australia`s Jones, 35, fought back from a horror start to his final round, dropping three shots in his opening two holes and also taking a triple bogey at the ninth, to win by a stroke
The local favourite is now 13-under for the championship and odds-on for a fourth Dunhill title in 11 years.
A 165-metre, 8-iron second shot into the hole of the par-four 17th, helped Spieth's cause.
Jones took full advantage of his Australian Club course knowledge, also shooting a 68 to move to seven under par.
US Ryder Cup team are bidding to win the trophy for the first time since 2008.
Lahiri says the first EurAsia Cup meant a lot to his confidence.
Delhi's Vani Kapoor who finished with a total score of 146 lies second.
The second position is held by Ankita Tiwana who carded one-over 72.
Chawrasia, who is currently ranked fourth in the Order of Merit with earnings of $318,472, will next contest at the Ho Tram Open here from December 3 to 6.
Lahiri, who recently became the first Indian to play in the International Team at the Presidents Cup, has had a power-packed 2015 season.
McIlroy accumulated a total of 21-under 267 (68-68-65-66).
Gangjee went flat on the final stretch, Chawrasia unraveled with two double bogeys.
Anirban Lahiri says he felt discomfort with his knee.
Coming to Ranchi and not knowing whether there will be dew or not was a bit confusing. I am happy that dew hasn't played a part, and that worked in our favour.