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Shubhankar Sharma's second round four-under-68 pushed him up 30 places to tied 11th in Malaysia

Gaganjeet Bhullar's opening round of four-under-68 at the Maybank Championship gave him a share of seventh place, three behind the lead

Md Zamal Hossain Mollah's win at the Bengal Open 2019 Presented By West Bengal Tourism and Powered By Tollygunge Club helped him jump 326 spots to a career-best of World No. 614

Gaganjeet Bhullar claimed fifth place at the European Tour's Kenya Open

Bengal Open: Md Zamal Hossain Mollah receives the trophy from (L-R) A Mukerji, Managing Member, Tollygunge, V Verma, Vice Captain, Tollygunge, S Paul, Vice President, TATA Steel, U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI

Bengal Open: Zamal celebrates his third PGTI win and his first title outside his native Bangladesh and on Indian soil

Bengal Open: Md Zamal Hossain Mollah stole the show with a sensational seven-under-63 on the final day to clinch his first PGTI win in seven years; He was 15-under and error-free on the last two days

Bengal Open: Honey Baisoya took second place after his last round of 70

Bengal Open: The gallery following the leader group on the final day

Bengal Open: Abhishek Kuhar made a hole-in-one on the eighth during his fourth round of 68 that placed him 29th

Bengal Open: Honey Baisoya extended his lead to two shots in the third round after scrambling for a hard-earned five-under-65

Bengal Open: Bangladesh’s Badal Hossain moved into sole second as a result of his third round of 66

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