Rashid and Chikka tied 7th at Thai Open golf

Sakal Times
Saturday, 9 June 2018

Bangkok (Sakal Times): Rashid Khan shot a steady 2-under 68 to move into the Top-10 at the US$300,000 Thailand Open on Friday. Rashid, a two-time winner on Asian Tour, had three birdies against one bogey as he was 5-under 135 and five shots off the lead in Tied-7th place.

Bangkok (Sakal Times): Rashid Khan shot a steady 2-under 68 to move into the Top-10 at the US$300,000 Thailand Open on Friday. Rashid, a two-time winner on Asian Tour, had three birdies against one bogey as he was 5-under 135 and five shots off the lead in Tied-7th place.

Meanwhile, S Chikkarangappa, who was T-2 after the first round shot even par 70 to slip tp T-7 alongside Rashid. Chikka shot even par 70 with two bogeys on front nine, which were made up with two birdies on back nine.
Gaganjeet Bhullar (69-71), Viraj Madappa (71-69), Rahil Gangjee (71-69) and Chiragh Kumar (69-71) made the cut at even par and were T-58th. Khalin Joshi (72-76) and Himmat Rai (69-79) missed the cut.
Rough start for Ajeetesh

It was a rough opening for Indians, Ajeetesh Sandhu (77) and Shiv Kapur (79): at the inaugural Shot Clock Masters at Diamond Country Club near Vienna, Austria. Both needed a very strong second round to stay on for the weekend.

Oscar Lengden leads the way at the end of round one. The Swede signed for a six under par round of 66 to top the leaderboard on a day in which the fastest round came in at 55 minutes under the average time across the European Tour in 2018 for 18 holes in three balls.

Chopra Tied-62
Daniel Chopra opened with an even par 70 to be placed Tied-62 in the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Chopra, who had three birdies and three bogeys in first eight holes, parred his last 10 holes for a 70.

Steve Stricker (66) was in shared second place with 10 others, as Brandon Harkins (65) lead the field with 65. Stricker and Phil Mickelson shot 4-under 66 to be in an 11-player tie for second -- a stroke behind Power. 
 

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