Khalin Joshi finishes tied eighth at The Singapore International for season's first top-10 on Asian Tour
Khalin Joshi shot a final round score of four-over 76 to finish tied eighth at a total of four-over 292 at The Singapore International at Tanah Merah Country Club. It was Khalin's first top-10 in the current Asian Tour season.
Joshi (67-74-75-76), who was overnight fourth, slipped four spots down the leaderboard after he managed just two birdies in exchange for four bogeys and a double-bogey on Sunday. Khalin has now moved up to 37th place in the Asian Tour Order of Merit at the end of the season's penultimate event.
The tournament was won by Korean Joohyung Kim who prevailed in a playoff against Thai golfer Rattanon Wannasrichan after the two players were tied at the top with total scores of four-under 284.
Viraj Madappa was the next best Indian in tied 21st place at six-over 294.
Rashid Khan and Abhijit Chadha finished tied 24th at seven-over 295.
Chikkarangappa ended tied 39th at nine-over 297 while Shubhankar Sharma and Shiv Kapur finished a further shot back in tied 46th place.
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