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Baarroon finishes last

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, January 12, 2014

NADI Airport Golf Club member Baarroon Hussain finished at the bottom of the leader board in the Australian Masters of Amateurs Championship at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.

In the final round, Barroonscored 12 over par 84.

He carded two pars, six pars, seven bogeys, two double bogeys and a triple bogey.

His total after 72 holes was 340. The 16-year-old finished ahead of Rick Larose of the Arizona Country Club of the US, who had an incomplete final round and Geoffrey Drakeford of the Commonwealth Golf Club, who had withdrawn on the first day.

Playing in his first overseas tournament, Hussain scored a total of six birdies, 24 pars, 30 bogeys, nine double bogeys, two triple bogeys and a quadruple bogey over four days.








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