SSP Chawrasia Finishes Tied-50th at BMW International Open

Updated: 26 June 2016 20:13 IST

SSP Chawrasia, who had 70-72 in the first two rounds, carded 73-73 for the final two rounds

SSP Chawrasia Finishes Tied-50th at BMW International Open
SSP Chawrasia finished even par and was tied-50th at the tournament. © NDTV

Pulheim:

Three bogeys in the last seven holes saw SSP Chawrasia finish even par and at tied-50th at the BMW International Open golf tournament on Sunday.

Chawrasia, who had 70-72 in the first two rounds, carded 73-73 for the final two rounds. Henrik Stenson was leading at 15-under with nine more holes to play, while Darren Fichardt and Raphael Jacquelin were at 13-under with nine and seven holes to play.

Sergio Garcia and Thorbjorn Olesen were at 12-under, while Kiradech Aphinbarnrat was at 10-under with around half of the final round still to be played.

The second-round leaders had to play 36 holes today after just four hours and nine minutes of play was possible on day three at Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof.

Play recommenced at 7.30am this morning with the final group from the round three draw going out at 8.42am.

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Topics : S.S.P. Chowrasia Golf
Highlights
  • SSP Chawrasia was tied 50th at BMW International Open Golf Tournament
  • Chawrasia had 70-72 in first two rounds, and carded 73-73 for final round
  • Henrik Stenson was leading at 15-under with nine more holes to play
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