Gaganjeet Bhullar could not even start his second round, while Jyoti Randhawa and C Muniyappa are set to make an early exit from the weather-hit Ballantine`s Championship golf tournament after returning identical two-over 74.
SSP Chowrasia signed off with a
spectacular five-under 65, the best card of the day by an
Indian, to join compatriot Jyoti Randhawa at tied 22nd after
the final round of the Hong Kong Open golf tournament here
Four-time champion Jyoti Randhawa
and Shiv Kapur are doubtful starters for next month`s Hero
Honda Indian Open as they would be busy on the European tour
to retain their playing card there for next year.
Defending champion Jyoti Randhawa, and Asian tour regulars Shiv Kapur and Gaganjeet Bhullar are a part of the 120-strong field vying for top honours in the Rs 80 lakh DLF Masters golf tournament starting here tomorrow.