Jeev tied 19th after hole-in-one


Jyoti Randhawa turned in a one-over 72 to be tied 62, while Shiv Kapur carded a two-over 73 to languish at tied 87.

On a rollercoaster day, Jeev sank three birdies and the hole-in-one against three bogeys for a strong start to his campaign.

Jeev had a poor start when he stumbled on a bogey in the second hole and although he made amends with a birdie at the eighth, a ninth hole bogey had him one-over at the turn.

On resumption, the Chandigarh golfer hit another birdie-bogey patch at the 11th and 12th hole before he the hole-in-one on the par-three 13th and followed it up with a birdie at the 15th to end the day positively.

Thomas Bjorn blasted a five-under 66 to share the lead with England’s Nick Dougherty, Scotland’s Alan McLean and South African David Frost.

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