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Indian sports news wrap, September 22



Former champ Bhullar lies second in Taiwan golf

Former champion Gaganjeet Bhullar fired a solid five-under 67 in the second round to lie one shot off the lead at the halfway mark at the TPC Yeangder golf here on Friday.

Bhullar (66, 67), who won this event in 2012, now has a total of 11-under. He was one shot behind Travis Smyth, who followed his first round 65 with 67 to get to 12-under and sole lead.

Bhullar was tied second with Australian Jack Thompson, who had rounds of 67-66.

Six players were tied at fifth place at 10-under.

Among other Indians Rashid Khan turned in one of his better rounds of the season with a bogey free 66 that had three birdies on either side of the course. He was T-17 after rounds of 70-66.

Among other Indians, Veer Ahlawat (68-70) was 6-under and T-30. Karandeep Kochhar (67-71) was also T-30.

Bhullar, the most successful Indian player on the Asian Tour, was lying Tied-eighth as Thailand’s Natipong Srithong posted a classy bogey-free nine-under-par 63 to take the lead.

Srithong slipped in the second round.


Disappointing start for Manu Gandas in France

Indian golfer Manu Gandas opened with a disappointing 4-over 75 to be placed 132nd and finds himself in a difficult position heading into the weekend of the Cazoo Open de France here.

Gandas shot in rather wet conditions with five bogeys against just one birdie on the sixth.

With the cut projected at even par, Gandas would need a very low second-round score to make the weekend rounds.

The Indian got into the DP World Tour via arrangement with the Indian Tour, where he topped the Order of Merit.

Korean sensation Tom Kim handled the torrential early morning rain to post a bogey-free seven-under-par 64 and take the lead on the opening day.


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