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Bengal Open: Md Zamal Hossain Mollah, another Bangladeshi, matched the tournament's best round of 62 with an eagle and six birdies; He zoomed 27 spots to 12th in Round 3

Bengal Open: The third round saw uncle SSP Chawrasia and nephew Sunit Chowrasia playing in the same group in a professional event for the first time

Bengal Open: Honey Baisoya made a move with a second straight six-under-64 to emerge halfway leader

Bengal Open: Rashid Khan's 64 lifted him 10 spots to tied second; He was one off the lead and in a four-way tie for second along with Karan Pratap Singh, Karandeep Kochhar and Badal Hossain

Bengal Open: Badal Hossain continued in tied second place after a second round of 66

Bengal Open: Himmat Rai produced the second day's best score of 63 along with Trishul Chinnappa and N Thangaraja; Himmat closed Round 2 in tied sixth, two off the lead

Bengal Open: Eighteen-year-old rookie Karan Pratap Singh took the honours on day one with a breathtaking eight-under-62

Bengal Open: Local lad Sunit Chowrasia, fresh from a career-best seventh place on the PGTI last month, continued his hot form with a first round of 63 to be in a four-way tie for second place

Bengal Open: Karandeep Kochhar, who became the youngest player to win on the PGTI at Tollygunge Club in 2016, once again enjoyed himself at his favourite venue with a 63 that placed him tied second

Bengal Open: Syed Saqib Ahmed also took a share of second thanks to his opening round of 63

Bengal Open: (L - R) Rahil Gangjee, Capt. R Dey, Golf Captain, Tollygunge Club, U S Mundy, CEO, PGTI, A Mukerji, Chief Executive & Managing Member, Tollygunge Club & Viraj Madappa at the press con

Bengal Open: Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI, shared PGTI's perspective on the launch of the Bengal Open and the new association with West Bengal Tourism

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