India’s Arjun Atwal stayed one shot behind first-round leaders Yusaku Miyazato of Japan, Australia’s Jason Scrivener, and England’s Aaron Rai after he signed for an opening four-under-par 66 at the Hong Kong Open on Thursday.
Atwal took the clubhouse lead in the morning but was dislodged from the top of the leaderboard when the trio made their moves at the Hong Kong Golf Club under more favorable weather conditions in the afternoon.
Atwal returned with a flawless card that was highlighted by four and 17. The other Indians were Khalin Joshi (68) at tied 9th, Subahnakar Sharma (69) at tied 23rd, Ajeetesh Sandhu and S.S.P Chaurasia (70) at tied 41, Chiragh Kumar (71) at tied 53rd, Jeev Milkha Singh and S. Chikkarangappa (72) at tied 72nd; Shiv Kapur and Viraj Madappa (73) at tied 89th, Rashid Khan and Jyoti Randhawa (75) at tied 113th.
From Online Sources