Anirban Lahiri signed off 2013 with his fourth title of the year and 13th of his career.
Anirban Lahiri gave a perfect start to the tournament by registering eight birdies against two bogeys in round one. His putter was hot as he made birdie putts from 15 to 25 feet on the third, eighth and 17th holes. He also hit birdies on the ninth, tenth and 18th.
Lahiri started very well with birdies on second and third though he dropped a shot on fourth. But when he birdied seventh, he was momentarily in shared lead with Garcia at 11-under. On the back nine, he birdied 11th, 16th and 17th which has a Island green.
Anirban Lahiri's flawless round included six birdies and an eagle, while Sergio Garcia had five birdies and an ace with no bogeys and Rose landed an eagle and three birdies against one bogey.
Shiv Kapur, lying tied second at nine-under after three rounds, finished at six-under 274 and picked up USD 19,695 as his winnings.
Other Indians in the fray Anirban Lahiri and Jyoti Randhawa are tied for 15th spot. Himmat Rai and SSP Chowrasia are tied 29th while Sujjan Singh lags behind at 66th. Jeev Milkha Singh and Gaganjeet Bhullar failed to make cut on Friday.
Two shots behind Sujjan in tied 15th place are Anirban Lahiri and SSP Chowrasia, who cared 68 each, while Shiv Kapur (69) with two double bogeys in last four holes, was tied 27th.
Bhullar's earnings have gone up to USD 462,378 this season after he clinched his first title of the year
Anirban Lahiri, a three-time Asian Tour winner, will be rated as one of the genuine contenders at Hong Kong's oldest professional sporting event, having enjoyed a fantastic run of results since the beginning of the year.
Amongst other Indians, Anirban Lahiri is tied 43rd after an even par 71. Fancied Shiv Kapur and SSP Chowrasia had an off day and lay at tied 59th with a one-over 72 in round one.
Lahiri, a three-time Asian Tour winner, will be rated as one of the contenders at Hong Kong's oldest professional sporting event, having enjoyed a fantastic run of results since the beginning of the year.
Gaganjeet Bhullar, who has been in the top-five of the Order of Merit for most part of the year, and Anirban Lahiri are coming off two events in Australia.
Anirban Lahiri emerged as the best performer with a final round of one-over-par 72 in blustery conditions to earn a commendable tied 25th finish alongside the likes of Major champion Vijay Singh of Fiji and Europe's Ryder Cup star Nicholas Colsaerts on three-over-par 277.
In the team standings, India languish at 26th spot. Jason Day of Australia carded a brilliant 66 to go into lead at nine-under 204 and he is one ahead of Danish star Thomas Bjorn (71).
Anirban Lahiri is eight shots behind leader Thomas Bjorn of Denmark, who followed up his first round 66 with a 68 in second round.
Anirban Lahiri, who missed the cut last week at the Talisker Masters, seemed to get a better idea of the Royal Melbourne Golf Club as he shot one-over 72, but Bhullar disappointed with a 11-over 82.
Together with close friend Anirban Lahiri, Gaganjeet Bhullar will represent the nation for the first time at the USD 8 million event at the iconic course where he enjoyed a top-10 finish at last week's Australian Masters.