Jyoti signs off at tied 10th; Molinari wins

Randhawa ended his campaign with a total of four-under 284 after a disappointing final round which included four bogeys and just one birdie.

The Delhi golfer had a horrendous front nine as he dropped four bogeys —on fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth holes — to make the turn at four-over. His back nine too was a subdued affair as he parred the first six holes before picking up his lone birdie of the day in the seventh hole to sneak into the top-10.

Compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh had an equally disappointing day as he carded a four-over 76 to end his campaign at tied 42. Jeev made the turn at two-over after a couple of bogeys on the front nine. Bogeys on the 10th and 13th holes worsened the matter as the Chandigarh golfer went four-under before he finished with a birdie and a bogey at the 16th and 18th holes.

Gaganjeet Bhullar too had a roller-coaster ride with six bogeys, a double bogey and five birdies to card three-over 75 and signed off at tied 56th.

At the top, Italian Edoardo Molinari carded one-under 71 to clinch the title with a total of 10-under 278 while a two-under 70 helped Australian Brett Rumford finish second.

Edoardo’s brother Fra-ncesco (75) had to settle for a share of third place, three strokes adrift of his older sibling, with Briton Jamie Donaldson and Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Jimenez shared the lead until double-bogeying the short 17th where he ran up an extra stroke

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