St. Andrews: Indian golfer Shiv Kapur lost his way in the closing stages to card a disappointing two-over 74 and sign off tied 66th at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship here.
Kapur totalled two-over 286 in the tournament that is played over three courses with the final round at the Old Course, St. Andrews.
Meanwhile, Oliver Wilson produced a gutsy final round display to finally claim a maiden European Tour title and reignite his career.
Rory McIlroy, Richie Ramsay and Tommy Fleetwood finished in a tie for second at 16-under 272, one behind Wilson.
The 34 year old Englishman represented Europe at The 2008 Ryder Cup and was a nine-time runner-up on The European Tour between 2006 and 2009, reaching the top 50 on The Official World Golf Ranking in the process.
But a dramatic loss of form saw him lose his card at the end of 2012, and he started the week outside the top 100 on the Challenge Tour and 792nd in the world.