Ghei finishes joint 7th in Thailand Open

Updated: 25 February 2007 08:48 IST

Indians continued to make their presence felt in the Asian PGA Tour, with Delhi golfer Gaurav Ghei finishing joint seventh in the $150,000 Thailand Open golf ch

Bangkok:

Indians continued to make their presence felt in the Asian PGA Tour, with Delhi golfer Gaurav Ghei finishing joint seventh in the $150,000 Thailand Open golf championship. The event was won by American Edward Loar today. Chandigarh pro Amandeep Johl was the other Indian who managed to make his mark, finishing joint 10th on the leaderboard. It was the first ever title as a pro for the left-handed Loar, who aggregated a four-round score of 19-under par 269. Runner-up Jason Dawes of Australia was five strokes adrift of Loar at 274. (PTI)

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