Kapur clinched first Asian Tour title in India

India's Shiv Kapur looks on a ball after play a shot on the first day of Indian Open 2010 held at Delhi golf club in New Delhi *** Local Caption *** India's Shiv Kapur looks on a ball after play a shot on the first day of Indian Open 2010 held at Delhi golf club in New Delhi. Express photo by RAVI KANOJIA. New Delhi Dec 2nd-2010
Vastavam web: Shiv Kapur clinched his first Asian Tour title in India, bagging the Panasonic Open by three strokes after bringing home a card of four-under 68 in the fourth and final round at the Delhi Golf Club, here today.It is second Asian Tour title of the season for Kapur, who fired five birdies against one bogey to stay three strokes clear off a pack of fellow Indians, including Ajeetesh Sandhu (65), Sudhir Sharma (69) and Chirag Kumar (64).At 14-under 274, as many as seven golfers finished at the tied second spot, meaning the top 10 was dominated by Indians with American Paul Peterson, who held a share of the lead after the third day, being the only exception as he also had a share of the tied second place.
Sudhir, a two-time winner on the PGTI Feeder Tour, produced a flawless round with three birdies.Chawrasia, who has won three different Asian Tour events here the 2008 Emaar-MGF, the 2014 Panasonic Open India and the 2015 Hero Indian Open at the DGC, also signed off at 274 after scoring five birdies and two bogeys.Chiragh, who won the 2015 edition of the event and also was a runners-up at Hero Indian Open in 2011, fired nine birdies and a bogey to produce a sensational eight-under 64 to take his total to 274.