Gaganjeet Bhullar wins Indonesia Open to claim 10th Asian Tour title

Bhullar (68-67-68-65) saw it home with a sublime, error-free effort in the final round of seven under 65 that took his tournament total to 20 under 268


Gaganjet Bhullar






Gaganjeet Bhullar ended India’s long four-year wait for an international title with his two-stroke win at the Bank Mandiri Indonesia Open at Pondok Indah Golf Classes here on Sunday.

Bhullar (68-67-68-65) saw it home with a sublime, error-free effort in the final round of seven under 65 that took his tournament total to 20 under 268.

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Gaganjeet, 34, thus seals his 11th international victory and his 10th title on the Asian Tour. The Indian also became the first player to record three wins at the Indonesia Open following his previous successes at the event in 2013 and 2016.

Two-time Asian Tour winner Rashid Khan (68-70-64-68) of India shot a final round 68 to enjoy a second tie at 18-under-270 with England’s Steve Lewton carding a 64 on Sunday.

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Michael C. Ford