Scottsdale (USA): Daniel Chopra had a modest finish with a one-under 71 that saw him finish way down in the 66th place at the FBR Phoenix Open golf tournament here.
The result would be a disappointment for the Swede after he started with 66 in the first round. Chopra aggregated two-under 282.
Australia's Aaron Baddeley grabbed the title as overnight leader Jeff Quinney had a poor finish. Baddeley fired a seven-under-par 64 in near-perfect conditions for his second PGA Tour title of his career.
Baddeley, 25, trailed Quinney, also a Scottsdale resident, by two strokes overnight. However, he birdied four of the last six holes to finish on 21-under 263.
Quinney, who led the tournament after the second and third rounds was two ahead with two holes to play but bogeyed 17 and 18 for a 68 and third place at 19 under. John Rollins rose to second spot by shooting the best card of the day at 63. PTI