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  SSP Chawrasia slips to tied second in Myanmar

SSP Chawrasia slips to tied second in Myanmar

PTI
Published : Feb 7, 2016, 3:46 am IST
Updated : Feb 7, 2016, 3:46 am IST

S.S.P. Chawrasia carded a creditable four-under 68 in the second round but could not hold on to the lead, slipping to tied second in the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open here on Saturday.

S.S.P. Chawrasia
 S.S.P. Chawrasia

S.S.P. Chawrasia carded a creditable four-under 68 in the second round but could not hold on to the lead, slipping to tied second in the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open here on Saturday.

Chawrasia was seven shots adrift of runaway leader, Shaun Norris of South Africa, who blazed through Royal Mingalardon Golf and Country Club in 11-under 61 to move to 23-under.

 

Norris, who was tied for the lead at 12-under with Chawrasia, zoomed ahead to open a seven-shot lead over the Indian and Korean Junwon Park.

The other Indian to stand out was Rahil Gangjee, who braved a fever, to shoot a second successive 66 and moved to tied sixth at 13-under. Arjun Atwal (70) and Rashid Khan (72) were unable to build on a good start on the third day and slipped to 11-under 205 each and tied 19th. Shiv Kapur (70) was tied 39th and Himmat Rai (72) was tied 43rd.

Lahiri makes cut In Scottsdale, Arizona, Anirban Lahiri endured a trying day amid breezy conditions to card a three-over 74 in the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

 

Though the round itself was incomplete, Lahiri who was tied-fourth after the first round, finished his second round at three-over 74, which now puts him at two-under for the week.

That will still get him into weekend action, as he is placed tied-37th and the cut is likely to fall at even par.

The wind apart, the firm greens tested the golfers at the TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course, which is a mere 10 minutes from leader the Korean-American leader, James Hahn’s residence.

The 2014 winner here, Hahn, is much loved by the boisterous crowd and he took the lead with six-under 65 to move to 10-under 132 while Rickie Fowler (65-68) was one behind alongside Korean-Kiwi Danny Lee (67-66).

 

Jeev misses cut in Dubai Jeev Milkha Singh missed the cut at the Dubai Desert Classic as he carded three-over 75 after his first round 76. That ended his campaign at the event, as the cut was at one-under 143.

Former champion Rafa Cabrera-Bello called it one of the best putting rounds of his life after storming to the top of the leaderboard at the halfway stage with a second consecutive five under par 67. The Spaniard birdied the 18th to establish a one-shot lead over three-time winner Ernie Els, South African Trevor Fisher Jnr and Englishman Danny Willett.