Bengal Open Golf Tournament: Baisoya extends lead, City’s Yashas Chandra fares well
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Bengal Open Golf Tournament: Baisoya extends lead, City’s Yashas Chandra fares well

Honey Baisoya extends lead to two with a hard-earned 65 on day three of Bengal Open Golf Championship 2019 presented by West Bengal Tourism and powered by Tollygunge Club on Friday.

Md. Zamal Hossain Mollah matches tournament’s best round of 62, rises to 12th, Mysore lad M.S. Yashas Chandra fared well and returned with a 75 and a grace of Rd. Delhi’s Honey Baisoya may not have matched his scores of 64 from the first two rounds but the 22-year-old, in his own words, came up with his most satisfying effort of the week on day three, a hard-earned five-under-65 that helped him extend his lead at the inaugural Bengal Open Golf Championship.

Honey (64-64-65), the overnight leader by one, is now two shots ahead of the field at 17-under-193 going into the final round of the 2019 TATA Steel PGTI season’s fourth event.

Bangladesh’s Badal Hossain (63-66-66), moved from overnight tied second to sole second as a result of his 66 on Thursday that took his total to 15-under-195 at the Rs. 30 lakh event.

March 15, 2019

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