India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar carded 16-under-268 for the week to lift his fifth Asian Tour title with victory at the Indonesia Open on Sunday.
Bhullar fired a bogey-free 68 in the final round to come home the winner.
Bhullar sank all his three birdies today on the back-nine — 11th, 13th and 14th. He was solid through the week having conceded only three bogeys and a double-bogey over the last four days.
Malaysia’s Nicholas Fung and Thailand’s Chapchai Nirat finished three strokes behind Bhullar in joint second.
Another Indian, Jyoti Randhawa claimed fifth place at 11-under-273 while Anirban Lahiri secured tied sixth at 10-under-274.
PGTI member Mohammad Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh finished with a four—day total of 12—under—272 to bag fourth place.
Shiv Kapur, Chiragh Kumar and SSP Chowrasia were all in tied 23rd with identical totals of five-under-279. Sujjan Singh was a further shot behind in tied 29th place.
Among the other Indians who made the cut, Himmat Singh Rai secured tied 35th place (three-under-281), Abhinav Lohan was tied 51st (one-over-285) and Rahil Gangjee claimed 64th position (four-over-288).