Queen’s Cup: Indians are weak

It was a slow start for Indians at the Queen's Cup led by Anirban Lahiri who finished his round one with an even par 72.

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June 13, 2013. It was a slow start for Indians at the Queen’s Cup led by Anirban Lahiri who finished his round one with an even par 72. Lahiri got a bumby start with a double bogey on the second hole, followed up by another one on the 10th.

 

Bangladesh’s Siddikur stayed close to the leaders by posting a 66 to trail by one in fourth place while Pariya Junhasavasdikul emerged as the leading Thai after he signed for a 67 to take fifth place at the Santiburi Samui Country Club.

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Bangladesh’s Siddikur stayed close to the leaders by posting a 66 to trail by one in fourth place while Pariya Junhasavasdikul emerged as the leading Thai after he signed for a 67 to take fifth place.

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With a two over par, Sujjan Singh was the second best Indian score. Rahil Gangjee and C Muniyappa both of who were five over par 77 had several bogeys through the round while Ajeetesh Sandhu and Abhijit Singh Chadha weren’t pleased with the scores of seven over par 79.

 

Meanwhile, there was a three way lead on the top. Japan’s Daisuke Kataoka continued his fine form by firing a flawless six-under-par 65 to grab a share of the first round lead with Finland’s Jaakko Makitalo and Malaysia’s Danny Chia at the THB 9.6 million (approximately US$312,000) Queen’s Cup.

 

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