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Chandra finishes 9th in debut

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, February 06, 2014

VIKRANT Chandra finished tied for ninth position in his debut tournament on the PGA of New Zealand 2014 Pro-Am Tour last weekend.

Chandra carded a total of two under par 140 in the 36 holes DHL Global Forwarding & Recreational Services Masterton-Eketahuna Pro-Am Championship in Wairarapa.

He scored one over par 72 in the first round and three under par 68 in the second round.

Josh Greg won the event scoring ten under par 132.

Chandra played in the Telecom Business Hub Martinborough Pro-Am Championship on Tuesday finishing tied for 23rd position.

He scored two over par 74 in the 18 holes event.

Chandra earned a ticket on the PGA of New Zealand Pro-Am Tour after participating in the Q School tournament last month.

He finished seventh in the competition which was enough to gain him one of the eight Tour cards.

The Ba golfer turned professional in 2012.

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