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The Singapore International Round 3: Chikkarangappa S. spectacularly secures rank 3rd

Asian Tour
Posted by Admin 17 Jan 2022

Written By: Anjali Mishra



Round 3 of The Singapore International has come to an end. The tournament in Singapore has taken up the pace as few golfers moved up the points table, While few struggled to make a mark. For India, Chikkarangappa S. came out to be the top performer with a score of one under par at the end of round 3. He is just three shots behind the Thai golfer Rattanon Wannasrichan, and at the third position in the tournament so far.


Chikkarangappa S. on rank 3rd, Round 3 (Pic Credit: Asian Tour)


Indian golfer Chikkarangappa S. consolidated his lead at one under par. He has been consistent  this week and climbed up many levels to maintain a good rank on the score table. He successfully holds rank 3rd with four birdies in 1st, 6th, 8th and 18th holes and two single-bogeys on 4th and 10th hole. He outshined differently with his spectacular performance on day 3 of The Singapore International at the Tampines course.


For India, the top scorer for the initial two days of the tournament, Khalin Joshi scored 75,  three over par. He spent his time in round 3, hitting three birdies at the 8th, 9th and the 18th hole along with four single bogeys and one double bogey, which helped him to secure his rank 4th on the table. It looks like he has got the rhythm and the spectators are keen to see how he performs in the last round.  


Khalin Joshi on rank 4th, Round 3 (Pic credit: Asian Tour)


Ajeetesh Sandhu, who was leading the scoreboard being the top scorer from India for continuously two days slipped down to T45 on round 3 with the score of 80 at eight over par alongwith Shubhankar Sharma. 


Rashid Khan played outstanding on day 3, with a splendid score of 70 at two under par he grabbed the major attention of the spectators. He hitted four birdies at 1st, 10th, 13th and 18th holes with two single bogeys, he successfully secured rank 14th on leaderboard. Another player Viraj Madappa, scored 76 at four over par with four birdies tied on 36th rank. Shiv Kapur and Abhijit Chadha both tied on 55th rank with a score of 75 each at three over par.



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