Bhullar off to a solid start in Japan, lies 6th

Sports Reporter
Friday, 21 September 2018

Bhullar, who has had eight Top-10s this year, including a superb win in the Fiji International, is however still four shots behind the leader Daijiro Izumida (63) and Thai Danthai Boonma fired an opening six-under-par 65 at the Musashi Country Club.

Saitama, Tokyo (Sakal Times): Gaganjeet Bhullar, who has been on a fine run this season continued with excellent form as he opened the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup on Thursday with a solid 4-under 67 that placed him Tied-6th after the first day.

Bhullar, who has had eight Top-10s this year, including a superb win in the Fiji International, is however still four shots behind the leader Daijiro Izumida (63) and Thai Danthai Boonma fired an opening six-under-par 65 at the Musashi Country Club.

While Bhullar stayed hot, the other Indians had a mixed day. Rahil Gangjee, who ended his 14-yar-old title drought in Japan this year at the Panasonic Open Japan in April, shot 3-under 68 to be T-15, while Ajeetesh Sandhu, who won a Japan Challenge Tour event last year, carded 2-under 69 and was T-22.

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