Thursday, April 18

Hero Indian Open Day 4: Nakajima Clinches Title Despite Final-Round Wobble

Drama at the Hero Indian Open Day 4! Keita Nakajima claims his first DP World Tour title despite a shaky finish.

Hero Indian Open Day 4: Japan’s Keita Nakajima emerged victorious at the Hero Indian Open, securing his first DP World Tour title with a four-shot lead. However, the win wasn’t without drama as Nakajima faltered on the back nine with a bogey-bogey-bogey finish.

Hero Indian Open Day 4: Ahlawat Steals Second with Dramatic Eagle

Veer Ahlawat, playing on home soil, saved the best for last. A spectacular eagle on the final hole propelled him into a tie for second place alongside Sebastian Soderberg (Sweden) and Johannes Veerman (USA).

Early Charge from Nakajima Fades, But Enough for Victory

Despite a shaky final stretch, Nakajima’s strong start, including birdies on the first six holes, proved sufficient for victory. His overall score of 17-under-par secured him the coveted title and a significant boost in the world rankings.

Top Finishers Hero Indian Open Day 4

PlayerTotal Score
Keita Nakajima (Jpn)17-under 271
Veer Ahlawat (Ind)11-under 275
Sebastian Soderberg (Swe)11-under 275
Johannes Veerman (USA)11-under 275
Gavin Green (Mal)10-under 276
Romain Lagasque (Fra)10-under 276
Matteo Manassero (Ita)10-under 276
Ko Jeong Weon (Fra)9-under 277

Can’t get enough of sports? Check out Sport Circle’s Youtube Channel here. Want more bite-sized content? Follow us on Instagram and Twitter!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *