Ajeetesh Sandhu lie twentieth at halfway stage in Japan, Rahil Gangjee misses out


Indian golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu made the lower with a stable one-under 69 however compatriot Rahil Gangjee missed out on weekend motion by a stroke on the Asia Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup right here on Friday.

Sandhu, winner of a Japan Challenge Tour occasion in 2017, is now one-under for 36 holes and lies T-20 after two rounds. He had scored even par 70 within the first spherical.

India’s different participant within the discipline, Gangjee, winner of a Panasonic Open Japan in 2018, nevertheless, missed the lower by one shot regardless of a valiant end with two birdies within the final three holes.

Bogeys across the center of the spherical on ninth and tenth, price him closely. He was T-Sixty fourth as Top-60 and ties made the lower.
Sandhu had two birdies in opposition to one bogey and at T-20 he’s properly positioned to make a bid for a stable top-10 or higher end.

Japan’s younger new star Kaito Onishi added a three-under-par 67 to his opening day 65 to take the clubhouse lead on the Oarai Golf Club, close to Tokyo.

Onishi, joint in a single day chief with countryman Hiroshi Iwata, started on gap 10 and impressively toured the again 9 in four-under with birdies on 10, 11, 15 and 18, after which reached 10-under for the event with a birdie on the third , earlier than dropping photographs on 5 and 9.

Onishi leads by two as Rikuya Hoshino (67-67), Yuki Inamori (70-64) and Todd Sinnott of Australia (66-68) had been tied second at 6-under. Shugo Imahira (66-69) is fifth.

The 23-year-old Onishi, who’s from Nagoya, turned skilled final yr after graduating from the University of Southern California, however he has been fast to regulate to skilled golf. Most noticeably he was fourth within the ISPS HANDA Championship final month.

With inputs from TheIndianEXPRESS

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