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Shankar wins, Mukesh finishes second

By The Assam Tribune
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DIGBOI, Nov 21 - Kolkata�s Shankar Das bagged his third IndianOil Servo Masters crown with a spectacular seven-under-65 in the final round on the Digboi Golf Links. Das� tournament tally read an impressive 20-under-268. Mukesh Kumar (66-68-70-66), claimed the runner-up position at 18-under-270 as a result of his final round 66. Shankar Das (66-71-66-65), who started the day in the joint lead, had a slow start as he three-putted for bogey on the first. He then played the third and fourth to perfection to pick up two strokes and make up for the early setback. Shankar, the 2010 and 2011 champion here, almost drove the green on the par-4 third before hitting his tee shot within a couple of feet for a tap-in on the next hole. Shankar took home his sixth title and a cheque worth Rs. 4,50,000 to climb from 15th to 10th place in the Rolex Ranking.

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Shankar wins, Mukesh finishes second

DIGBOI, Nov 21 - Kolkata�s Shankar Das bagged his third IndianOil Servo Masters crown with a spectacular seven-under-65 in the final round on the Digboi Golf Links. Das� tournament tally read an impressive 20-under-268. Mukesh Kumar (66-68-70-66), claimed the runner-up position at 18-under-270 as a result of his final round 66. Shankar Das (66-71-66-65), who started the day in the joint lead, had a slow start as he three-putted for bogey on the first. He then played the third and fourth to perfection to pick up two strokes and make up for the early setback. Shankar, the 2010 and 2011 champion here, almost drove the green on the par-4 third before hitting his tee shot within a couple of feet for a tap-in on the next hole. Shankar took home his sixth title and a cheque worth Rs. 4,50,000 to climb from 15th to 10th place in the Rolex Ranking.

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