Jeev ends tied 16th in Singapore Open

Singapore: Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh
returned a steady two-under 69 in the final round to sign off
tied 16th in the Barclays Singapore Open here on Monday.

The Asian and European Tour co-sanctioned event went for
a Monday finish after lightning and thunderstorm halted
proceedings on the regulation Sunday.

Jeev ended his campaign with a total of seven-under 277
after striking four birdies against a couple of bogeys in the
final round.

Shiv Kapur also brought home a 69 but finished tied 31st
with a total of four-under 280. The Delhi golfer also managed
four birdies while stumbling to a couple of bogeys.

Rahil Gangjee was a stroke adrift of Kapur at tied 37th
after turning in a disappointing four-over 75.

Gangjee dropped four bogeys and a double bogey while
striking three birdies in his erratic round.

Further down was Gaganjeet Bhullar, whose one-over 72 in
the final round took his overall tally to even-par 284. The
Punjab-pro was tied 49th in the final standings.

Digvijay Singh was tied for the 64th spot after a
four-over 75 in the final round took his overall score to
three-over 287.

Australian Adam Scott lifted the trophy with a total of
17-under 267 after carding a three-under 68 in the final

Dane Andres Hansen (68) was a distant second at 14-under


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