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Chandra crowned winner

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

AMITESH Chandra won the Reddy Dimond-sponsored Sangam Open Golf Championship at the Natadola Bay championship course on Sunday.

Chandra scored even par 72 to win the overall gross title.

Afzal Khan won the overall nett title. Khan scored 63.

Basant Kumar won the first nett prize with a score of 64.

Tom Yao was second with 65 nett. Kim Sungera was third with 70 nett.

Ram Khelawan was fourth with 73 nett while Kavitesh Prasad finished fifth 74 nett.

Kim S R, Biren Kumar, Sesh Rao and Kaushal Tappoo won the nearest to the pin prizes. Amy Subam hit the longest drive.

Tournament organiser Wella Pillay said attractive prizes were awarded to the winners.

Pillay thanked sponsor Reddy Dimond Group of Companies for supporting the event.

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