Randhawa finishes tied seventh at Singapore Masters
Singapore, Mar 12 (UNI) Jyoti Randhawa saved his best for the last and carded an impressive four-under 68 to leapfrog from tied 22nd to finish tied seventh after the final round of the one million dollar OSIM Singapore Masters here today.
A bogey on the ninth hole was the only blemish on his otherwise sparkling show as Randhawa fired five birdies -- four of them coming on his way back -- to round off an excellent day.
However, the nightmare continued for the other Indians in the fray and all of them finished with over-par scores.
Shiv Kapur put up the worst performance of all with a four-over finish. He started the day with a bogey and that was perhaps a sign of the things to come as Kapur failed to recover from yesterday's horrific show.
He managed a solitary birdie on the 15th hole and bogeyed the five preceding it, leaving him at the bottom of the leaderboard on 76th spot.
The others -- Amandep Johl (tied 66th), Rahil Gangjee (tied 69th) and Gaurav Ghei (tied 47th) -- proved no better and fell by the wayside.
Meanwhile, local favourite Mardan Mamat held on to his one shot lead over Englishman Nick Dougherty to take the honours. Mamat finished with an overall score of 12-under 276 to beat the Britisher.
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