Shubhankar finishes 7th on final day of Indian Open

Posted March 12, 2018

The 18th is a unsafe par five played over a vast expanse of water but Wallace never flinched with his second shot, striking a stunning long-iron to within just 10 feet of the hole.

It was heartbreak for Shubhankar Sharma on the final day as he struggled to a three-over 75 to finish tied seventh even as Englishman Matt Wallace bagged his second European Tour title at the Dollars 1,750,000 Hero Indian Open yesterday in New Delhi. "I like to know what I have to do". Once on the green, Johnston's birdie-putt lipped out. It's the second week in a row I'm in the leading group.

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The 21-year-old last week held the 54-hole lead in his first World Golf Championship appearance in Mexico. I made a bad swing on the fifth hole which put me out of contention.

The Argentine posted back-to-back double bogeys followed immediately by a further dropped shot in an especially torrid run on the back nine. Every hole is a double bogey waiting to happen. "Thereafter, it was all about trying to catch up with the lead", Shubhankar said. I just played some fantastic golf. I'm going to draw from my experiences last week.

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"With the people that were coming up behind me, there were some real class players".

Scotland's Stephen Gallacher, one shot behind overnight at the DLG Golf and Country Club, also birdied two of the opening four but dropped four shots on the back nine and was level with Sharma at four under. It'll just make me stronger. Wallace, who stayed in contention throughout the week, overcame compatriot Andrew Johnston in the playoff, 18th hole, to clinch his first Indian Open title and take home the winner's cheque of Dollars 291,660. This time, he was always in and around the mix and turned in his best card of four under 68 when it counted the most.

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"I played great. Ever since being three over through eight at the start of the week I've played some of the best golf of my life and to do it in that style at the end there capped it off", said Wallace after clinching his second European Tour title.