Nagoya, Japan, 30-04-2021

Rahil Gangjee makes a terrific start at The Crowns with a four-under-66 to be placed tied fourth, two off the lead

India's Rahil Gangjee made a terrific start at The Crowns tournament on the Japan Golf Tour with an error-free first round of four-under-66.

Gangjee currently occupies tied fourth place and trails the leader Takumi Kanaya of Japan by two shots.

Rahil, a winner on the Japan Golf Tour three years back, sank two birdies each on the front-nine and back-nine on Friday to get off to a flying start at the Nagoya Golf Club.

Play was cancelled at The Crowns on Thursday due to rain. The first round was played on Friday with the event being reduced to 54 holes.


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