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On fire, Shiv Kapur in joint lead at KLM Open

Shiv Kapur fired a 68 on Friday, which coupled with yesterday's 64, helped him move up a spot to joint lead in the KLM Open.

other Updated: Sep 11, 2010 02:23 IST

Shiv Kapur fired a 68 on Friday, which coupled with yesterday's 64, helped him move up a spot to joint lead in the KLM Open.

At the time of going to press, Germany's Nicolas Colsaerts (62, 70) was the co-leader.
Making giant strides, Jeev Milkha Singh (69, 65) climbed 46 spots to be joint seventh. Jyoti Randhawa (74, 68) missed the cut.

Bhullar zooms to T2

Singapore: Gaganjeet Bhullar brightened up a gloomy day with a brilliant five-under 65 to grab a share of the second spot in the weather-disrupted second round of the $400,000 Handa Singapore Classic here on Friday.

Bhullar's 65, which included six birdies and an eagle against just one bogey, took his total to 12-under 132, six strokes behind leader Peter Karmis (63) of South Africa.

Among the other Indians, SSP Chowrasia also carded a seven-under 65 and was a stroke adrift of Bhullar at tied sixth. With darkness leading to an early end to the proceedings,19 players were left with incomplete second rounds. Play was delayed for two hours earlier in the morning due to lightning and Bhullar said it was not easy to acclimatise to the course and conditions.

Chowrasia, who struck eight birdies against just one bogey on the final hole, said it was a relief to sign a low card after weeks of indifferent form on the European Tour and credited the rediscovered form to his new putter.

A first for Chiragh

Gurgaon: Chiragh Kumar won his maiden professional title carding a tenacious 71 in the final round of the PGTI Players Championship at the Golden Greens Golf and Country Club.

Chiragh totalled 10-under 278 for the tournament.Mukesh Kumar and R Srinivas shared the second place after carding 74 and 72 respectively to end with identical totals of seven-under 281.