Indian golfer Jyoti Randhawa produced a brilliant fourth and final round to finish tied seventh while compatriot Anirban Lahiri had a difficult outing and had to be content with a tied 15th place at the $750,000 BANK BRI Indonesia Open here Sunday.
Rashid Khan turned in a strong birdie-birdie finish to move into second place, even as overnight leader Jyoti Randhawa bogeyed the closing hole to drop alongside him after the penultimate round of the Chiangmai Golf Classic here on Saturday.
Jyoti Randhawa turned the clock back with a flawless seven-under 65, which featured seven birdies, that carried him right to the top and in sole lead at 11-under 133 at the midway stage of the USD 750,000 Chiangmai Golf Classic here on Thursday.
Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri struggled in extremely windy conditions through his first nine holes before steadying himself to end with a two-over 73 that saw him lose the lead and be tied fourth at the midway stage of the USD 900,000 Venetian Macau Open on Friday.
A late slump cost Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee dearly as he signed off tied ninth at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters after carding a two-over 74 on a windy final day of the USD 650,000 event here on Sunday.
On a rather windy day, Rahil Gangjee (71) rode on three birdies on the front nine to move into tied 11th position at the end of the halfway stage of the USD650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters here on Friday.
Jyoti Randhawa overcame two late bogeys and a double bogey earlier on to bring in a card of one-under 70 and move to tied 14th place with one more round to go in the 150 million Yen Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup, here on Saturday.
Arjun Atwal dropped a costly double bogey on par-4 17th to slip to tied 18th on a very tight leaderboard at the end of the second round of the 150 million Yen (approximately USD 1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup here on Friday.
Former Asian number one Jyoti Randhawa showed he still has a lot of golf left in him as he carded a second successive round of 65 to move to tied 17th after third round of the Euro 2.3 million Omega European Masters here on Saturday.
Rahil Gangjee overcame a double bogey and two other bogeys to bring home a second round card of five-under 67 to move to 11-under and tied fifth place at The Championships at Laguna National here Friday.