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Kunal Bhasin wins Indian Oil Servo Masters Golf

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DIGBOI, Nov 16 � Australian Kunal Bhasin fired an even-par-72 in the final round to register a two-shot victory at the Indian Oil Servo Masters Golf at the Digboi Golf Links. He completed with a tournament total of 11-under-277. Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow claimed second place with a nine-under-279 total.�

Kunal Bhasin (67-72-66-72), the overnight leader by one stroke, had an unforgettable start to the day as he opened the round with bogeys on the first two holes. His tee shot on the second was plugged in the left bunker as a result of which he missed an up and down. Kunal then made a good up and down from the bunker for birdie on the ninth.�

Bhasin suffered a major setback with a double-bogey on the par-3 10th. The Australian professional found the green in four shots on the 10th after a couple of poor chips. The 34-year-old however, came back strongly with birdie conversions from a distance of 10 to 20 feet on the 12th, 14th and 15th. He thus ended the day with a sedate 72 that was good enough to earn him his third title on the PGTI. Kunal has now moved up from 36th to 14th place in the 2013 Rolex Rankings. �

Om Prakash Chouhan (70-75-66-68) climbed from overnight tied fourth to secure the runner-up position after returning a 68 that featured five birdies and a bogey.

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Kunal Bhasin wins Indian Oil Servo Masters Golf

DIGBOI, Nov 16 � Australian Kunal Bhasin fired an even-par-72 in the final round to register a two-shot victory at the Indian Oil Servo Masters Golf at the Digboi Golf Links. He completed with a tournament total of 11-under-277. Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow claimed second place with a nine-under-279 total.�

Kunal Bhasin (67-72-66-72), the overnight leader by one stroke, had an unforgettable start to the day as he opened the round with bogeys on the first two holes. His tee shot on the second was plugged in the left bunker as a result of which he missed an up and down. Kunal then made a good up and down from the bunker for birdie on the ninth.�

Bhasin suffered a major setback with a double-bogey on the par-3 10th. The Australian professional found the green in four shots on the 10th after a couple of poor chips. The 34-year-old however, came back strongly with birdie conversions from a distance of 10 to 20 feet on the 12th, 14th and 15th. He thus ended the day with a sedate 72 that was good enough to earn him his third title on the PGTI. Kunal has now moved up from 36th to 14th place in the 2013 Rolex Rankings. �

Om Prakash Chouhan (70-75-66-68) climbed from overnight tied fourth to secure the runner-up position after returning a 68 that featured five birdies and a bogey.

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