Paris:Delhi lad Shiv Kapur signed off with four-under 67 to finish 21st, a place he shares with, among others, compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh (69) after the final round of the Open de France ALSTOM in Paris.
Fellow Indian Jyoti Randhawa returned 69 to finish a lowly tied 66th at 10-over 294.
Of the Indian trio in fray, Shiv made his mark most and could have finished even higher but for that last hole bogey.
Shiv had a flawless front nine and he was three-under at turn. Birdies on the 10th and 13th had him at five-under but he could not keep the slate clean and the final hole bogey came as the lone blot in an otherwise perfect card.
Jeev too ended with a four-day total of 281 but for the three shots he dropped over two holes, things could have been far better for the seasoned pro.
Jeev sunk six birdies but a couple of bogeys and a double bogey took the sheen off his round.
Randhawa, on their other hand, recovered from his disastrous third round of 81 to post 69 and sign off in a better frame of mind.
Spain's Pablo Larrazabal won the title with a final round of 67 for a 269 total.