Viraj Madappa completed the Bangalore Masters on 16 below par. © Twitter
Indian golfing unveiled a brand new superstar Sunday when Viraj Madappa hit a 4 below par ultimate spherical 67 to take the Bangalore Masters elderly simply 20. Madappa, cheered on via hordes of teenaged fanatics as he completed the USD 350,000 match on 16 below par, become the youngest Indian to say an Asian Excursion name. It used to be a brand new spice up for Indian golfing, coming per week after Gaganjeet Bhullar’s win on the Fiji Global, co-sanctioned via the Asian and Ecu excursions. Madappa, who best became skilled in 2017, ended one shot forward of Zimbabwean Scott Vincent who completed with a 68, Argentine Miguel Carballo (71) and Thai duo Suradit Yongcharoenchai (66) and Danthai Boonma (70).
He began the general day two photographs at the back of chief Carballo at 12-under and tied for fourth position.
Youngest Indian to win on Excursion
First rookie winner this season
Youngest winner this season
Viraj Madappa secures record-breaking win on the 2018 TAKE Answers Masters.
— Asian Excursion (@asiantourgolf) August 12, 2018
After a entrance 9 with a bogey and birdie, Madappa holed 4 birdies at the ultimate 9 to finish a very good win.
Madappa birdied the 15th and 16th to take the lead and used to be two photographs forward going into the 18th as his opponents fell away.
“Final evening I considered a win, the successful putt and such a lot else, so I used to be more or less worried,” he stated.
“Then, to get my first professional win at the Asian Excursion is a dream come true. It’s but to sink in.”