Chopra finishes tied 45th at Zurich Classic

Updated: 30 April 2012 12:45 IST

Daniel Chopra ended the week with another rollercoaster of a round to sign off tied 45th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

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Daniel Chopra ended the week with another rollercoaster of a round to sign off tied 45th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Chopra, who was third after the first round, finished at seven-under 281 for four days. He carded a final round of 73 which had four birdies, three bogeys and one double bogey.

Jason Dufner finally ended his title drought beating Ernie Els in a play-off.

It was his first career win that came after he tied with Els at 19-under and then won on the second play-off hole. It took 164 starts for the 35-year-old to win his first title and it came with a birdie from under two feet.

Three times in his last 15 starts, and six times in his career, Dufner had owned the lead after two rounds. Last year he lost a play-off to Keegan Bradley in PGA Championship after leading by four at the turn.

Topics : Golf
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