Jeev Milkha Singh was unable to ride the momentum of a brilliant start with four birdies, while Jyoti Randhawa dropped five shots over two successive holes on the back nine to finish tied 11th in the Maybank Malaysian Open on Sunday.
Jeev (72) and Jyoti (74) finished at eight-under, even as South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen atoned for his Masters Tournament heartbreak by cruising to a stylish three-stroke victory.
Jeev and Jyoti though were still the top Asians finishers in the tournament. Gaurav Ghei (71) ended in tied 40th place at two-under 286 and Shiv Kapur (75) was even par for the week and tied 52nd.
Gangjee in with a chance
Hayward (California): Rahil Gangjee put himself in a good position for a top-10 finish as he played two solid rounds for a tied 14th position after end of third round in the weather-hit TPC Stonebrae Championship.
Gangjee, who was unable to tee off for his second round on Friday, first shot two-under 68 for the second round and then added a one-under 69 for the third round.
At three-under 207, he was tied 14th while defending champion Daniel Chopra missed the cut after posting rounds of 74-73 for a total of 147.