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The Singapore International Final Round: Khalin Joshi finishes the tour at T8

Asian Tour
Posted by Admin 16 Jan 2022

Written by: Anjali Mishra


The Singapore International has crossed the finish line. The tournament was full of thrill and excitement. Joohyung Kim with his magnificent performance ended up winning the tournament. It was quite hard  to predict who would win the tour as the scoreboard kept fluctuating throughout the tour.


Joohyung Kim, 19 years old young Korean golfer ranked 1st (Pic Credit:Asian Tour)


Korean golfer,  Joohyung Kim played the tournament consistently and obviously outperformed the opposition. Since his  first hit in the tournament, the 19-year old seemed to be in a good touch. He scored 72, 73, 69 and 70 in the respective rounds. In the last round, He scored three single bogeys. But with five birdies in the last round, he managed to score 70. The overall score for him was four-under-par, which is sensational.


Another youngster who outplayed other mature golfers was Ratchanon Chantananuwat. The 14-year old golfer from Thailand had a great tournament. Till round 3, the teenager was at T5. But at the end of round 4, the teenager moved up to 3rd position after scoring a brilliant 69 in the final round. Ratchanon managed to maintain an overall score of two under par with the help of seven birdies in the final round.


At the end of The Singapore International, the Indian golfer who played his A-game and came out to be the top performer for India is Khalin Joshi. He finished at T8 with Jazz Janewattananond after giving a phenomenal performance in round 4, though he ranked 1st on the first round of The Singapore International . He managed to get two birdies at the 9th and 16th hole. His final score was 76 at four over par.


Khalin Joshi tied 8th (Pic Credit: Asian Tour)


Chikkarangappa S. who was leading the tour for India till Round 3rd, slipped down to the rank T39 in round 4. He took fewer extra shots than the par on hole 16th due to which he had to face a major loss of his leading position on the score table. He scored 82 with ten over par alongwith only one birdie at 8th hole. Viraj Madappa tied on 21st rank with a score of 70 and managed to get five  birdies on the 6th , 8th , 11th, 13th and 18th hole.


 Chikkarangappa S. tied 39th (Pic Credit: Asian Tour)


Other Indian golfers Rashid Khan and Abhijit Chadha both tied on 24th rank with a score of 74 and 69 respectively. Rashid khan managed to get two birdies at 6th and 18th hole only with four single bogeys on the other hand Abhijit Chadha collected seven birdies at 7th , 8th , 9th , 13th , 14th, 15th and 18th hole at three under par.


Shubhankar Sharma finished round 4 at T46 with an overall score of ten over par with four birdies along with Shiv Kapur, who scored 72 in the last round with five birdies, three single bogeys and one double bogey. While Ajeetesh Sandhu’s name got withdrawn before the beginning of the Round 4 of The Singapore International at Tampines course.


Links to the Highlights of :

First round of the tour -

Second round of the tour -

Third round of the tour -

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