Randhawa ends up in 39th place


Overnight tied 25th, Randhawa went four-over 76 in his final round to aggregate one-over 289 for the tied 39th place which also fetched him Euro 12,000. One shot behind at tied 47th, Shiv Kapur, who returned 75 in the final round, was richer by Euro 9200.

Swede Oskar Henningsson (275) shot a brilliant 67 to capture his first European Tour title in his debut season with a two-shot victory over England’s Sam Little (70) and Steve Webster(72).

Bhullar moves up

Gaganjeet Bhullar’s meteoric rise has left him just three rungs away from breaking into top 200 in world rankings and leapfrogging to the seventh place in the Asian Tour Order of Merit.

Bhullar, at 203 in the latest World Rankings, is ahead of Arjun Atwal (310) and Shiv Kapur (422). At 41, Jeev Milkha Singh, recuperating from a rib injury, remains the highest ranked Asian golfer, while European Tour regular Jyoti Randhawa is ranked 164th.

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