Indian golfer Arjun Atwal signed off a creditable tied 17th after carding a two-under 70 in the final round of the Valero Texas Open golf tournament in San Antonio, Texas.
The Orlando-based Indian, who has been battling injuries and poor form for quite some time, ended his campaign with a total of seven-under 281.
It was an eventful start to the proceedings as Atwal stumbled to a couple of bogeys against a birdie on the first five holes.
However, Atwal struck back-to-back birdies on the seventh and eighth to make the one-under.
On his way back, Atwal gained a stroke on the 12th hole and parred the rest to round off a reasonably good campaign.
Australian Adam Scott lifted the title with a total of 14-under 274 after carding a 67 in the final round.
Luthra Wins the Indian Golf League
New Delhi: Amit Luthra walked away with Individual Honors at the Grand Finale of the Thomas Cook Indian Golf League played at the Golden Greens Golf Course. Amit shot of a round of 2 over par to score 34 gross stableford points (without handicap). Tying him on the same score were youngsters Dhairya Kumar and Gaurav Toora, but Amit prevailed on a countback. Saran Prasad, Swadhin Patel and Col. Bajwa, Anchal Bhayana and Dhairya Kumar were the other winners.
Negi loses, Maletin in sole lead
New Delhi: Indian Grandmaster and second seed Parimarjan Negi's title hopes went up in smoke after losing to Argentina's GM ablo Lafuente in the 10th round of the Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship on Monday. Meanwhile, overnight sole leader GM Maletin Pavel of Russia maintained his sole lead after settling for a draw.