Shiv Kapur won his on his first home-course Asian Tour title.
Jeev Milkha Singh missed the cut by by one shot, while SSP Chawrasia and Shiv Kapur too crashed out after poor second round performances
Having led the field at one point, Jeev Milkha Singh struggled in the windy conditions, while the other two Indians, SSP Chowrasia and Shiv Kapur, also failed to make their mark
Shiv Kapur had six birdies against two bogeys in his card of four-under 68 at the Nordea Masters
Shiv Kapur shot two-over 74 while Jeev Milkha Singh carded three-over 75. Sweden's Daniel Chopra carded four-over 76
Shiv Kapur's round of 79 began with a birdie on second but thereafter he had four bogeys in a row from fifth to ninth and then four more on back nine.
Shiv Kapur was four shots behind the leaders, Francesco Laporta, Thomas Linard and Jason Scrivener, all of whom shot 68 each in the first round of the Trophee Hassan II
Shiv Kapur had a poor last day in the Panasonic Open as he ended fifth while Yuta Ikeda came back from behind to clinch the title.
Shiv Kapur parred 14 straight holes before hitting back-to-back birdies on 15 and 16 to seize the outright lead at Panasonic Open golf championship.
Shiv Kapur closed in on the lead in the Panasonic Open Golf championship while Jeev Milkha Singh and Rahil Gangjee made the cut.
Jyoti Randhawa, who has been out of action for close to five months, makes his comeback in the Panasonic Open Golf championships.
Rahil Gangjee is the only Indian in the top 20 with total earnings of $80,882 this season.
Shiv Kapur scored an even par 72 in
A shoulder injury didn't deter Shiv Kapur, who made a comeback with a bogey-free six-under 66.
Shiv Kapur, who opened the week with a not-too-good 74, played excellently over the last three rounds with rounds of 69-65-70 at the Abu Dhabi Championships.
At eight-under 208, Shiv Kapur is now tied-eighth and four shots of the lead though some players had yet to finish their third round.
Shiv Kapur started from 10th and birdied the 10th, 13th, 14th and 17th to get to four-under and two-under through 27 holes in the second round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
Jyoti Randhawa who was tied 28th with Chawrasia on Friday, got off to a flying start, getting birdies on the first and second holes.