Jakarta, Indonesia, 29 Oct 2017

Khalin Joshi secured tied 14th place in Indonesia, the best among the Indians

Khalin Joshi shot a final round of two-under-70 to finish as the best Indian at the Asian Tour's Indonesia Open.

Khalin totaled nine-under-279 to finish tied 14th.

Thailand's Panuphol Pittayarat won the event with a total score of 23-under-265.

Gaganjeet Bhullar posted a last round of 73 to slip from tied ninth to tied 18th place at eight-under-280.

Udayan Mane and Honey Baisoya finished tied 27th at six-under-282.

Ajeetesh Sandhu and Arjun Prasad were tied 45th at two-under-286.

Himmat Rai finished 65th at four-over-292.

Elsewhere, at the WGC-HSBC Champions being played in Shanghai, SSP Chawrasia claimed tied 31st place at one-under-287.


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