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Shubhankar Sharma will resume his title charge at the Joburg Open on Monday, he was four ahead after seven holes when play was suspended due to rain on Sunday (Picture: Asian Tour)

Shubhankar Sharma sizzled with a 65 in Round 3 of the Joburg Open to take a commanding 5-shot lead, now in line for his maiden international win and a berth at The Open in 2018 (Picture: Asian Tour)

CG Open: M Dharma receives the cheque from (l - r) U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI, A Chemburkar, Captain, BPGC & S Singh, Exec. VP & Global Head - HR & Communications, CG Power & Industrial Solutions Ltd.

CG Open: M Dharma prevailed in a playoff to bag his second title, which happened to be his first win in four years, he has now moved to fourth in the PGTI Order of Merit

CG Open: M Dharma's winning moment

CG Open: Sanjeev Kumar lost out in the playoff to finish runner-up, it was his fourth top-5 finish of the season

Round 2 of the Joburg Open saw Shubhankar Sharma shoot a phenomenal career-best 61, also the lowest score on the 2017 Asian Tour season, to rise to second place, one off the lead (Picture: Asian Tour)

CG Open: Veer Ahlawat soared to the top in Round 3 with a superb 62 that featured two eagles; Veer, searching for his maiden title, holds a two-shot lead heading into the final round

CG Open: Rashid Khan, a two-time runner-up at the CG Open, came up with a scorching third round of 61, the week's lowest score, to raise hopes of ending his victory jinx at the tournament

CG Open: Shamim Khan brought in a card of 64 in Round 3 that gave him a share of second place, he thus positioned himself well for a successful title defence on Saturday

CG Open: M Dharma also struck a third round 64 to be tied for second

CG Open: Akshay Sharma's dream season continued as he hit the front in Round 2 thanks to a six-under-64

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