Chiangmai, Thailand (SportsNetwork.com) – Rashid Khan closed with a 4-under 68
on Sunday and he came from behind to win the Chiangmai Golf Classic.
Khan finished at 17-under-par 271 at Alpine Golf Resort Chiangmai. This was
his second win of the season and of his career on the Asian Tour.
The Indian birdied the first, but gave that shot back when he stumbled to a
bogey on the par-5 seventh. Khan ran off three birdies in a 4-hole stretch
from the ninth to jump to minus-14.
Kahn birdied the 14th then closed the victory with four straight pars.
Third-round leader Thanyakon Khrongpha closed with a 1-under 71. He shared
second place at minus-16 with Jyoti Randhawa (69). Kiradech Aphibarnrat also
shot 69 on Sunday and he ended alone in fourth at 14-under 274.
Mithun Perera (68) and Kalem Richardson (71) shared fifth at minus-13.
American Jason Dufner fired a 6-under 66, the low round of the day, to jump
into a share of seventh at 11-under 277.