Italian Open: Kapur rises to tied 37th

Updated: 10 May 2009 18:08 IST

A blemish-free back-nine studded with an eagle helped Shiv Kapur turn in a one-under 70 and rise to the tied 37th spot.

Torino, Italy:

A blemish-free back-nine studded with an eagle helped Shiv Kapur turn in a one-under 70 and rise to the tied 37th spot after the penultimate round of the BMW Italian Open golf tournament here.

Kapur's three-day total stood at two-under 211. The Delhi-pro dropped strokes on the second and fourth hole before making some amends with a birdie on the sixth.

One-over at the turn, Kapur broke par with an eagle on the 10th hole. The Indian then played steady and parred theremaining holes to round off a reasonably good on the course.

Argentine Daniel Vancsik (69) held a one-stroke lead going into the final round with a total of 202.

Finland's Roope Kakko (68) held the second spot, while the third spot was shared by the Thomas Aiken (66) and Gareth Maybin (70) with totals of 204.

Topics : Golf Svetlana Kuznetsova Andy Murray
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