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Shubhankar at 11th is best Indian in Singapore; Marksaeng wins title

Young Shubhankar Sharma gave himself a fine start in the 2017 season with Tied-11th finish at the season-opener at the SMBC Singapore Open on Sunday as 51-year-old Prayad Marksaeng won the title

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Gangjee finishes 33rd in Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup Japan golf; Chan wins title

Rahil Gangjee lapsed mid round and dropped from overnight T-19 to T-30 at the end of the third round of the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup

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Jeev leads Indian challenge as Gangjee seeks solid finish in Japan

Rahil Gangjee seeks a good finish to try and make it to lucrative CIMB Classic, which is co-sanctioned by Asian Tour and PGA Tour

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Early error derails Kapurís title bid, still ends fifth; Ikeda champion

An early double bogey de-railed Shiv Kapurís hopes of ending a 11-year-long title drought on the Asian Tour, as he ended Tied-5th at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship as Yuta Ikeda came from behind to win the title

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Patient Kapur one step away from ending 11-year-drought on Asian Tour

Shiv Kapur stayed patient through a run of 14 pars and then reaped the benefits of it with back-to-back birdies for a two-under 69 and grab sole lead at the end of the third round of the Panasonic Open Golf Championship

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Kapur overcomes blustery winds to lie second in Japan after two rounds

Shiv Kapur gave his wife, Maya, and caddie-and-friend Neeraj for a fine second round, which moved into sole second spot at the Panasonic Open in Japan. Jeev and Gangjee also made the cut

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Newly-married Kapur shoots 68, lies Tied-9th in Japan

Shiv Kapur, playing his first round since his marriage earlier this month opened with a solid three-under 68 in tied ninth place, three shots behind leader, Alexander Levy at the Panasonic Open

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Randhawa returns to action, Chiragh looks at Panasonic double

Jyoti Randhawa will return to action after a gap of almost five months, while Chiragh Kumar aims for a Panasonic double this week in Japan

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Steady Chawrasia drops to second behind brilliant Norris in Myanmar

On the traditional moving day of a golf tournament, the man rocketing away at Leopalace21 Myanmar Open was South African Shaun Norris who opened a seven-shot lead, writes V KRISHNASWAMY from Yangon

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Chawrasia moves into lead in Myanmar; Rashid third, Atwal eighth

Diminutive SSP Chawrasia led the Indian charge at the US $ 750,000 Leopalace21 Myanmar Open as he cracked a second successive bogey free 66 to move to 12-under, writes V KRISHNASWAMY from Yangon

 
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