Dhaka, May 13 (PTI) Honey Baisoya recorded his best performance outside India as he finished tied sixth at the AB Bank Bangladesh Open here today.
The 21-year-old from Delhi, who has won twice on the PGTI Domestic Tour this season, carded 2-under 69 in the final round to finish at 8-under 276.
His previous rounds were 71-67-69. Baisoya’s best finish on Asian Tour was a fifth at the Panasonic Open India in 2016.
Also finishing in Top-10 was M Dharma, who shot 1-over 72 on the final day and finished at 7-under 277.
Divyanshu Bajaj (74 and total -4) was T-14 and Rashid Khan (73 and total -3) was T-20.
Other Indians were Veer Ahlawat (67) at T-26, Viraj Madappa (72) at T-43, Khalin Joshi (73) at T-48 and Sanjeev Kumar (76) at T-56.
Sweden’s Malcolm Kokocinski secured an inspiring win after closing with a six-under-par 65 to win by three shots for his first Asian Tour title.
The 26-year-old Thailand-based Kokocinski, a regular on the Asian Development Tour where he leads the current Order of Merit, overturned a 3-shot deficit after returning with his best efforts of the week to cap a winning total of 14-under-par 270 at the Kurmitola Golf Club.
He wins USD 54,000.
Overnight leader Jack Harrison of England endured two closing bogeys for a 71, settling for a share of second place with fellow Qualifying School graduate Ben Campbell of New Zealand, who carded a 69.
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