Chopra tied 13th in Honda Classic after last round woes
Miami, Mar 13 (UNI) Daniel Chopra played his worst round of the week that killed his prospects of a top five finish and instead, the Indian-born Swede had to be satisfied with the tied 13th place in the 5.5 million dollar Honda Classic.
The former Asian Tour regular had a horrible front nine, with a quarter of bogeys on the first, third, fourth and eighth and he dropped two more on his way back -- on the 10th and 11th.
He did shoot birdies on the 12th and 17th holes but it was too little and too late and Chopra slipped from his overnight tied fourth place to tied 13th with a four-day aggregate of three-under 285.
Englishman Luke Donald fired a three-under 69 to clinch the title with a total of 276 and was two strokes ahead of runner-up from Australia Geoff Ogilvy who managed a similar feat on the final day.
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