Shiv fails to keep the momentum, finishes tied seventh
Jakarta, Mar 5 (UNI) A couple of bogeys in the front nine proved costly for young Shiv Kapoor as he managed an average one-under 71 to slip three rungs to finish tied seventh after the fourth and final round of the one million dollar Indonesia Open here today.
Britain's Simon Dyson lifted the trophy with a brilliant 20-under 268.
Shiv started ominously as he bogeyed the first hole. However, he tried to make amends by hitting a birdie in the fifth hole but failed to keep up the tempo and bogeyed again in the eighth.
In the back nine the youngster hit birdies in the 12th and 17th hole but bogeyed the 13th. However, he still managed to end his tally with a creditable 11 under 277.
Meanwhile Rahil Gangjee ended at the 19th position with an eight-under 280, slipping eleven rungs. On the other hand Jeev Milkha Singh improved his position with seven birdies to end the round with an awesome nine-under 63 to finish in the tied 40 scoring an overall five-under 283.
But Jyoti Randhawa had a forgettable outing slipping even further to manage a one-under 287 finish.
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