Missed birdie costs Bhullar the title

Missed birdie costs Bhullar the title

Bhullar, who returned a two-under 69 in the final round, could have become the first player to win back-to-back titles on the Asian Tour this season had the 21-year-old birdied his closing shot on the 18th hole from eight feet.

Australia’s Darren Beck completed a remarkable comeback by winning the title after birdieng on the third play-off hole.

C Muniyappa carded one-over 72 to finish tied 13th. Anirban Lahiri signed off tied 18th after a 67. Chiragh Kumar was further down at tied 29th after returning an even-apr 71 to total five-under 279. Gaurav Ghei (70) ended tied 49th with a total of one-under 283.

Randhawa tied 25th

Jyoti Randhawa carded a four-under 68 to rise to the tied 25th spot after the penultimate round of the Moravia Silesia Open in Celanda, Czech Republic.

Randhawa managed seven birdies against three bogeys to take his total to three-under 213.

The seasoned had a hat-trick of birdies on the front nine against an equal number of bogeys, to make the turn even-par.

On his way back, Randhawa reeled off four birdies -- including a hat-trick -- between the 13th and 17th hole to end the day on a high.

Shiv Kapur did not have a good day, carding a one-over 73 to be tied 45th with a total of 215.

Englishman Steve Webster led the pack by a stroke after a 69 in the third round.