Matt Wallace beats Andrew Johnston in play-off to win Indian Open

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"You can recover from one in a tightly bunched leaderboard, but three is a bit too much", wrote Lahiri, who won the Hero Indian Open in 2015. The 27-year-old, who had found himself three over through eight holes of his opening round, told "I'm ecstatic". They finished with 11-under totals of 277.

Matt Wallace saved his best golf for the final hole of the Hero Indian Open to earn his second European Tour victory.

Johnston's birdie effort from the left edge of the green looked destined for the hole, but spun around it and stayed out, leaving Wallace two putts for the title.

It was redemption after Wallace failed to birdie the same hole minutes earlier to win in regulation.

However, on the 17th hole, Shubhankar's approach-shot bounced off the bunker-wall and roll into the greenside hazard. Johnston laid up and had a longer putt for birdie, which he missed, and Wallace won when he tapped in from a foot.

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Talking about his future tournaments, the Chandigarh golfer said: "I'm looking forward to a good week of rest next week at home in Panchkula".

Hometown favourite Shubhankar Sharma faded on the back nine with a 75 to finish seven shots behind.

Wallace was also full of praise for Johnston.

Wallace birdied No. 10 and appeared to be cruising.

Just 18 players remain in red figures at the controversial Gary Player designed course in New Delhi where just seven players finished under par for the 72 holes past year.

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Heading into the week, Wallace was humming along nicely with five cuts made in six events in 2018, but this was a big step up. His solo second-place finish was his first top five since 2016 when he had his breakout win. "Last year was tough". Johnston birdied at the right time and forced a playoff.

"I didn't like the yardage at the 18th. Unfortunately, it just did not happen", he wrote.:Personally, I am disappointed. "I said, "this is a percentage golf course and stick to it".

It was a big week for Sihwan Kim. Winning two European Tour events was no mean achievement. But, on Sunday, his six birdies did not help as he also had three double bogeys and three bogeys against his name.

Who's next in line to win? The card of 78 pushed Grillo to the tied fourth spot.

South Africa's Keith Horne had the epitome of and up and down week with scores of 66-73-80-68 en route to a T12 at four-under.

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Argentinian Emiliano Grillo was five under and lone sixth. Joost Luiten (-2); T12. "I'm excited about playing the match-play format after a long time at the WGC Match Play later this month".