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Chikka continues surge with triumph

DNMUM431635 | 2/11/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :383



Mumbai: Bengaluru’s Chikkarangappa S pulled out a flawless final round of six-under-65 to outclass the rest of the field and emerge triumphant by two shots at 20-under-264 at the PGTI’s season-opening Rs40 lakh Golconda Masters Golf Championship 2019, powered by Telangana Tourism and Incredible India. Patna’s Aman Raj produced the last day’s best round of seven-under-64 to finish joint runner-up at 18-under-266 along with Bengaluru’s M Dharma (69). Chikkarangappa (65-64-70-65), lying tied second and two short off the lead going into the final round, enjoyed a positive day. He had a roaring start as he landed his second shots within four feet on the first and second to score birdies on both holes and take the early lead even as overnight l
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