Hong Kong: Jyoti Randhawa, the lone Indian to make the cut, rode on the wings of an eagle to make a smart move on the third day of the USD 2 million UBS Hong Kong Open here on Saturday. Randhawa (67) moved to five-under 205 and tied 13th, up from overnight 20th place.
While Randhawa was continuing with his revival, New Zealand's Michael Campbell carried on his remarkable run with a one-under 69 that kept him in joint lead with Spanish veteran Miguel Angel Jimenez, who, at 48 years, showed he is still a strong contender with a flawless two-under-par 68.
Campbell and Jimenez were at 10-under, one ahead of last week's winner Mattero Manassero (64) including a streak of five-under over four holes from 13th to 16th.
Randhawa birdied the second and the 10th before landing an eagle on par-5 13th. He gave away a shot on 14th to all to three-under and he finished there....more
07:31 PM, Nov 17, 2012
Hong Kong: India's Gaganjeet Bhullar believes he can produce another standout performance that will see him become the next Indian to win the Asian Tour Order of Merit when the UBS Hong Kong Open golf tees off Thursday. Bhullar, who has already won two Asian Tour titles this season, is bidding to add to India's proud record of having produced the most number of Merit champions. Jyoti Randhawa became the...
04:40 PM, Nov 13, 2012