Hero Indian Open - R3

Shinkwin and Suri share lead in Delhi

March 28-31
DLF Golf and Country Club
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Julian Suri and Callum Shinkwin will share a two shot lead heading into the final round of the Hero Indian Open after a dramatic finish to day three at DLF Golf and Country Club.

Shinkwin and Suri share lead in Delhi, © Getty Images
Callum Shinkwin

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Shinkwin, who is chasing a maiden European Tour victory, spent most of round three behind overnight leader Suri and when the Englishman tapped in for a 68 and an 11 under par total, he was still two shots back from his American rival.

“My game plan was to just stay away from the bushes. It’s so tight out there so when I do have a chance to hit driver, I’ll hit it.

“My long irons have been pretty good so far, like on 14 I hit a four iron off the tee and hit a green. I had a frustrating three putt on 14 and I tried to read the green as much as I could, but I struggled on the green and made a bogey. I knew I had a par five on the next hole and I was able to comeback with a birdie.

“There were a few tricky pins out there today and I just stuck to my game plan and took the driver out when I needed to, or a two iron if I needed to as well. It was a great ball-striking round which I am very happy about that too, just need more putts to drop.”

But Suri put his tee shot on the last into a hazard and found terrible lies with both his third and fifth shots to record a double bogey seven and fall back into a share of the lead.

“I think a couple of the mistakes I made today where after long waits on the tee box and that was quite a long wait on 18. No excuses, totally my fault and I need to compose myself better and I think that is a bit of a learning curve for me after being out of tournament golf for a while now.

“You have to be on your game at all times. Any slip up or anything can be pretty penal. I am feeling good with my overall game despite 18 there, so the game feels good.

“I know Callum played well today. I knew that the putt on 18 was to keep a share of the lead which was big for me to make that and I will hopefully take some of that momentum into tomorrow.

“It would be great. It would be awesome with my family history, but you know, it’s going to be a grind out there, there are a lot of people in it, and I need to go and do what I am capable of.”


Japan’s Masahiro Kawamura recovered from a triple bogey on the eighth to come home in 31 and sit at nine under, a shot clear of Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher who signed for a 67.

Swede Robert Karlsson was then at seven under, with ten players within five shots of the lead at an event that had looked for a long time to be a two horse race.


Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Callum Shinkwin
ENG
-11
72
65
68
205
T1
Julian Suri
USA
-11
67
67
71
205
3
Masahiro Kawamura
JPN
-9
69
70
68
207
4
Stephen Gallacher
SCO
-8
67
74
67
208
5
Robert Karlsson
SWE
-7
68
68
73
209
T6
Seenappa Chikkarangappa
IND
-6
74
70
66
210
T6
James Morrison
ENG
-6
70
71
69
210
T6
Matthias Schwab
AUT
-6
72
68
70
210
T6
Mikko Korhonen
FIN
-6
71
69
70
210
T6
George Coetzee
RSA
-6
70
66
74
210
T11
Sihwan Kim
KOR
-5
76
68
67
211
T11
Erik Van Rooyen
RSA
-5
69
73
69
211
T11
Scott Hend
AUS
-5
69
68
74
211
14
Jens Dantorp
SWE
-4
70
72
70
212
T15
Shubhankar Sharma
IND
-3
69
73
71
213
T15
Victor Dubuisson
FRA
-3
71
72
70
213
T15
Ashley Chesters
ENG
-3
69
73
71
213
T15
Prom Meesawat
THA
-3
68
74
71
213
T15
Nacho Elvira
ESP
-3
72
69
72
213
T15
Lorenzo Gagli
ITA
-3
76
65
72
213
T21
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
RSA
-2
68
76
70
214
T21
Raphael Jacquelin
FRA
-2
70
74
70
214
T21
Gavin Green
MAS
-2
72
71
71
214
T21
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-2
70
73
71
214
T21
Jarin Todd
USA
-2
73
69
72
214
T21
Rashid Khan
IND
-2
72
70
72
214
T27
Kalle Samooja
FIN
-1
75
71
69
215
T27
Joachim B. Hansen
DEN
-1
73
72
70
215
T27
David Horsey
ENG
-1
72
73
70
215
T27
Hideto Tanihara
JPN
-1
71
73
71
215
T27
Poom Saksansin
THA
-1
69
75
71
215
T27
Andrea Pavan
ITA
-1
75
68
72
215
T27
Adrian Otaegui
ESP
-1
70
72
73
215
T27
Sam Brazel
AUS
-1
73
69
73
215
T27
Panuphol Pittayarat
THA
-1
71
70
74
215
T27
Robert Rock
ENG
-1
70
70
75
215
T27
Richie Ramsay
SCO
-1
69
71
75
215
T38
Keith Horne
RSA
Par
73
73
70
216
T38
Haydn Porteous
RSA
Par
73
73
70
216
T38
Scott Vincent
ZWE
Par
72
72
72
216
T38
Daniel Nisbet
AUS
Par
70
73
73
216
T38
Aaron Rai
ENG
Par
74
69
73
216
T38
Ben Campbell
AUS
Par
72
71
73
216
T38
Marcus Fraser
AUS
Par
71
71
74
216
T38
Bernd Wiesberger
AUT
Par
71
70
75
216
T38
Prayad Marksaeng
THA
Par
69
69
78
216
T47
Shiv Chawrasia
IND
1
74
72
71
217
T47
Tirawat Kaewsirbandit
THA
1
71
75
71
217
T47
Adilson Da Silva
BRA
1
71
73
73
217
T47
Dean Burmester
RSA
1
71
73
73
217
T47
Pablo Larrazabal
ESP
1
68
76
73
217
T47
Steven Brown
ENG
1
73
70
74
217
T47
Jack Singh-Brar
ENG
1
72
70
75
217
T54
John Catlin
USA
2
71
75
72
218
T54
Ajeetesh Sandhu
IND
2
74
71
73
218
T54
Nino Bertasio
ITA
2
70
75
73
218
T54
Jeung-Hun Wang
KOR
2
73
69
76
218
T54
Nadaraja Thangaraja
SRI
2
71
70
77
218
T59
Gaurav Pratap Singh
IND
3
73
73
73
219
T59
Daisuke Kataoka
JPN
3
76
69
74
219
T59
Jbe Kruger
RSA
3
73
71
75
219
T59
Wenchong Liang
CHN
3
72
73
74
219
T63
Gaganjeet Bhullar
IND
4
72
74
74
220
T63
Rattanon Wannasrichan
THA
4
73
73
74
220
T63
Jake Higginbottom
AUS
4
73
70
77
220
T66
Terry Pilkadaris
AUS
5
75
70
76
221
T66
Rahil Gangjee
IND
5
70
74
77
221
T66
Berry Henson
USA
5
70
72
79
221
T69
Soren Kjeldsen
DEN
7
71
75
77
223
T69
Justin Walters
RSA
7
74
71
78
223
CUT
Jazz Janewattananond
THA
3
74
73
147
CUT
Mitch Waite
ENG
3
71
76
147
CUT
Oliver Fisher
ENG
3
73
74
147
CUT
Suradit Yongcharoenchai
THA
3
71
76
147
CUT
Wade Ormsby
AUS
3
70
77
147
CUT
Anirban Lahiri
IND
4
77
71
148
CUT
Anura Rohana
SRI
4
75
73
148
CUT
Hyo-Won Park
KOR
4
77
71
148
CUT
Mohammad Siddikur Rahman
BAN
4
76
72
148
CUT
Om Prakash Chouhan
IND
4
71
77
148
CUT
Shiv Kapur
IND
4
74
74
148
CUT
Syed Saqib Ahmed
IND
4
74
74
148
CUT
Jason Norris
AUS
5
75
74
149
CUT
Khalin Joshi
IND
5
76
73
149
CUT
M Dharma
IND
5
73
76
149
CUT
Maximilian Kieffer
GER
5
71
78
149
CUT
Natipong Srithong
THA
5
75
74
149
CUT
Ricardo Melo Gouveia
POR
5
73
76
149
CUT
Sebastian Soederberg
SWE
5
76
73
149
CUT
Aman Raj
IND
6
77
73
150
CUT
Danthai Boonma
THA
6
72
78
150
CUT
David Law
SCO
6
78
72
150
CUT
Divyanshu Bajaj
IND
6
77
73
150
CUT
Edoardo Molinari
ITA
6
69
81
150
CUT
Jyoti Randhawa
IND
6
76
74
150
CUT
Kapil Kumar
IND
6
77
73
150
CUT
Malcolm Kokocinski
SWE
6
75
75
150
CUT
Mohammad Zamal Hossain Mollah
BAN
6
73
77
150
CUT
Paul Peterson
USA
6
78
72
150
CUT
Shamim Khan
IND
6
74
76
150
CUT
Shih-Chang Chan
TPE
6
71
79
150
CUT
Udayan Mane
IND
6
76
74
150
CUT
Johannes Veerman
USA
7
71
80
151
CUT
Marc Warren
SCO
7
73
78
151
CUT
Micah Shin
USA
7
74
77
151
CUT
Pavit Tangkamolprasert
THA
7
76
75
151
CUT
Brandon Stone
RSA
8
78
74
152
CUT
Chapchai Nirat
THA
8
77
75
152
CUT
Karandeep Kochhar
IND
8
78
74
152
CUT
David Howell
ENG
9
75
78
153
CUT
Mithun Perera
LKA
9
76
77
153
CUT
Pedro Figueiredo
POR
9
73
80
153
CUT
Varun Parikh
IND
9
77
76
153
CUT
Veer Ahlawat
IND
9
77
76
153
CUT
Harendra P Gupta
IND
10
75
79
154
CUT
Mardan Mamat
SGP
10
79
75
154
CUT
Matteo Manassero
ITA
10
77
77
154
CUT
Min-Chel Choi
KOR
10
78
76
154
CUT
Tapio Pulkkanen
FIN
10
81
73
154
CUT
Tapy Ghai
IND
10
73
81
154
CUT
Yi-Keun Chang
KOR
10
76
78
154
CUT
Ashun Wu
CHI
11
80
75
155
CUT
Viraj Madappa
IND
11
77
78
155
CUT
Abhijit Chadha
IND
12
77
79
156
CUT
Chiragh Kumar
IND
12
77
79
156
CUT
Mukesh Kumar
IND
13
79
78
157
CUT
Yaahas Chandra
IND
13
80
76
156
CUT
Anant Singh
IND
15
79
80
159
CUT
Digvijay Singh
IND
15
83
76
159
CUT
Chris Wood
ENG
17
80
81
161
CUT
Romain Wattel
FRA
17
77
84
161
CUT
Akshay Sharma
IND
18
76
86
162
CUT
Shankar Das
IND
18
80
82
162
CUT
Alvaro Quiros
ESP
19
84
79
163
CUT
Amardip Sinh Malik
IND
21
84
81
165
CUT
David Gleeson
AUS
23
84
83
167
CUT
Harshjeet Singh
IND
30
87
87
174
RET
Honey Baisoya
IND
Par
79
79
RET
Kartik Sharma
IND
Par
80
80
RET
Nicholas Fung
MAL
Par
0
RET
Richard T. Lee
Par
81
81
RET
Shaun Norris
RSA
Par
78
78
RET
Stuart Manley
WAL
Par
0
RET
Zander Lombard
RSA
Par
78
78