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  SSP Chawrasia finishes fifth, Norris holds nerve to win

SSP Chawrasia finishes fifth, Norris holds nerve to win

PTI
Published : Feb 8, 2016, 12:35 am IST
Updated : Feb 8, 2016, 12:35 am IST

Chawrasia was unable to mount the charge he had planned against Shaun Norris, but neither could the rest on the final day of the Myanmar Open golf here on Sunday.

SSP Chawrasia in action in the Myanmar Open final round on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)
 SSP Chawrasia in action in the Myanmar Open final round on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Chawrasia was unable to mount the charge he had planned against Shaun Norris, but neither could the rest on the final day of the Myanmar Open golf here on Sunday.

Chawrasia finished in a tie for the fifth place at 18-under 270, while Norris clinched the title at 24-under 264 with rounds of 66, 66, 61 and 71. Norris won despite a major stumble as he gave his opponents a chance with four bogeys in a span of six holes on the front nine.

 

An unwell Rahil Gangjee (72) was unable to produce the magic of the last two rounds (66-66) and ended in a tie for 15th. Himmat Rai (69) rose a bit, while Arjun Atwal (73) and Rashid Khan (73) slipped and ended in a tie for 26th at 10-under 278. Shiv Kapur (71) was tied 35th at nine-under 279.

Lahiri ends tied 39th In Scottsdale, Arizona, it was another frustrating day for Anirban Lahiri, who missed a lot of putts and managed only an even par 71 to be tied 39th on the third day of the Phoenix Open.

Lahiri, who carded 66 and 74, has often given himself chances but not been able to convert as many as he should have. At two-under 211, Lahiri was tied 39th, down two places from his overnight tied 37th and way below his first round position of tied fourth.

 

Korean-born Kiwi Danny Lee shot four-under 67 to move three strokes ahead of Rickie Fowler and Hideki Matsuyama. Lee had six birdies and two bogeys to reach 13-under 200.