Shubhankar Sharma and Chiragh Kumar T4 in Dhaka

Shubhankar Sharma is in the form of his life. After T11 in Singapore and T9 in Myanmar, he rose to T4 in the Bangladesh Open

Shubhankar Sharma shot one over 72 in the third round

February 4, 2017: Jazz Janewattananond produced a clinical final round performance to clinch the Bangladesh Open title. Local hero Siddikur Rahman finished second, four strokes behind the winner. Indian golfers collected a rich haul. Shubhankar Sharma nailed a second straight top ten finish. Chiragh Kumar played solid golf all week to tie for fourth with Sharma.

Jane shot a clean 67 to take a commanding four shot victory with an overall score of 17-under 267. Siddikur Rahman also played well for his 66, but settled for second place.

Chiragh Kumar shot 68 on Saturday while Shubhankar ended the tournament with a 70. Both men had an overall score of 10-under 274.

Khalin Joshi fired a brilliant 66 to cap off a good week in Dhaka. With an overall score of 8-under 276, Khalin finished in ninth place.

Jazz was unstoppable this week, posting scores of 64-67-69-67 to score a memorable win. “I have been waiting for this win for so long. I started playing on the Asian Tour when I was an amateur at 14. It’s just a huge relief that I managed to get the job done,” said Jazz. “It wasn’t easy. I took a step back as I lost my card for the first time in my career last season. I didn’t make the mark at Qualifying School too.

“I was actually hoping to get an invite to the Maybank Championship in Malaysia next week. But now I don’t think I need it anymore. I don’t have to worry about the rest of the season too,” concluded the Thai star.

Udayan Mane was tied in tenth with a final round score of 70. Rashid Khan was right behind in T13 with an overall score 6-under 278.

M Dharma, Mukesh Kumar and Honey Baisoya were all tied in 32nd place. Jeev Milkha Singh finished in 57th place while Sujjan Singh ended the week in 65th place.

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