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ZAMAL 4TH IN JAIPUR

Zamal Hossain Mollah ended his Jaipur Open of PGTI in 4th position after settling for a sixteen-under-par (-16) in the final round recently.

The 32-year-old exchanged four birdies for three bogeys at the Rambagh Golf Club, Jaipur to sign off with an overall score of one-under-par (284).

It was a frustrating finish for the two-time PGTI champion as he had played good golf initially and was in the top position after the second round.

Zamal said, “I suffered a major injury in my right wrist due to a motorbike accident late last year. That made a huge impact on my game as I’ve had to curtail my practice since then. The wrist is now much better and as a result I managed to get a good one week of practice before this tournament.

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“While my iron-play has been good in both the rounds so far, my driving and putting only began to click in the second round. I was in a good position during an event at Rambagh in 2015 when a ball struck me on the head towards the end of round two. I had to withdraw from that event. This time I’m determined to perform well in the coming days.”

Meanwhile, Aman’s ‘Raj’ at Rambagh; Patna youngster secures maiden title with clinical final round and Honey Baisoya runner-up for second straight year; M Dharma shoots week’s best 61 to claim third place; Gaurav Pratap Singh fires rare albatross.

Rising star Ismail made cut and finished 55 with Shivnaren Srinivasan and Chandarjeet Yadav.

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