In the morning, Spieth duly sunk his birdie putt on 18 to In the morning, Spieth duly sunk his birdie putt on 18 to pile the pressure on Song, who still had two holes left to play. But Spieths round of 66, his best of the week, came a little too late to force a play-off. “I went to the putting green to practice early in the morning as I knew I had to get that birdie to force a play-off. It was nerve-racking and I was happy I managed to stroke the ball well and it went in. I made some poor decisions in the middle two rounds as I was trying to do a little too much. But overall, it has been a great experience and I had a really good time here,” said Spieth. On Sunday, SSP Chawrasia was the pick of the Indians on the final day with a four-under 67, his best round of the week, but Himmat Rai at Tied 23rd was the best Indian from the four who made the cut. Chawrasia, runner-up at 2015 Hero Indian Open, had six birdies, four of them in last seven holes. He was Tied-38th. Himmat (70-69-73-70) at two-under 282 finished Tied-23rd and Rahil Gangjee shot 68-72-75-69 to finish even par 284 and tied-34th. Shiv Kapur ended the week at even par 71 and was tied 64th at 291. PTI CORR KHS KHS
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