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Shubhankar rallies to shoot 68 and lays T-21 in the round of golf

<p>With a 4-under 68 after overcoming an early double bogey, Shubhankar Sharma is tied for 21st position on a tight leaderboard during today’s opening round of the Singapore Classic. In addition, Shubhankar recorded eight birdies and two bogeys as he got ready for the Indian Open the next week.</p>
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<p>Kiradech Aphibarnrat got off to a fantastic start on the DP World Tour’s Asian Swing, sharing the lead with Gavin Green and Jordan Smith after shooting 8 under.</p>
<p><strong>A difficult day for the three Indians</strong></p>
<p>Christchurch: Today in the 44th Queen Sirikit Cup golf event, the Indian team of Zara Anand, Vidhatri Urs, and Heena Kang had a difficult day. They dropped three spots to finish ninth in the team competition.</p>
<p><strong>Ahlawat and Mane take the lead.</strong></p>
<p>Kolkata: Following today’s first round of the Kolkata Challenge, Udayan Mane and Veer Ahlawat shared a one-stroke lead. The pair from India shot 5-under 67s. Arjun Atwal scored seventy, while SSP Chawrasia</p>
<p>74 was carded.</p>

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