Sunday, April 16, 2006
India's Singh wins China Open by one stroke
BEIJING -- Jeev Milkha Singh of India shot a 2-under 70
Sunday to win the China Open, finishing one stroke ahead of Gonzalo
Singh had four birdies and two bogeys for a 10-under 278 at the
Beijing Honghua International Golf Club. The win was only the
second by an Indian player on the PGA European Tour and Singh's
first win in 13 years.
Fernandez-Castano of Spain also shot 70 but had a bogey on the
final hole. Overnight leader David Lynn of England (73) was another
Defending champion Paul Casey of England (72) and countryman
Simon Wakefield (71) joined Australians Jarrod Lyle (70), Peter
Fowler (71) three shots behind Singh.