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Chandra in top form

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

BA golfer Vikrant Chandra impressed at the Muriwai Open which ended in Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday.

Chandra totalled five under par 283 in the 72 holes event.

He finished tied for 15th position.

In the final round, Chandra scored three under par 69. He carded five birdies, 11 pars and two bogeys. This was his best round at the four day tournament.

He scored 73 in round one, 70 in round two and 71 in round three.

Ryan Leslie who represented Fiji at the Callaway World Junior Championship in San Diego, California in 2000, finished with a total of three under par 285.

Playing as an amateur, Leslie scored two under par 70 in the final round.

Leslie scored 71 in round one, 75 in round two and 69 in round three.

Fiji Open champion Ryan Fox won the tournament with a brilliant score of 20 under par 268.

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