Published: July 23, 2018 10:58:54 am
Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma squandered a promising start to card a two-over 73 in the final round and end his campaign at Tied-51th in the 147th Open Championships on Sunday.
After being two-under in first five holes, Sharma had a lapse in concentration as he eventually ended with a four-day total of four-over 288 even as a lot of players were yet to finish. At the time, he was tied 54th.
Sharma, the youngest Indian ever to make the cut in a Major, began the week with 73 ended it with a similar card. In between he had two par rounds of 71 each.
“It was a tough finish for me but I started off well. I was hitting it good and then I lost my concentration in the middle and made some bogeys. I was trying hard to get the momentum back…