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Leading Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma returned his best card of the week, a 3-under 69, yet ended up tied 34th at the Betfred British Masters in Wishaw, Scotland, yesterday.
 
England’s Richard Bland won the title, returning a six under 66 on the final day for an aggregate of 13 under par on the 72-hole course.
 
Shubhankar, along with Ajeetesh Sandhu, SSP Chawrasia and Gaganjeet Bhullar were four Indians to have made the cut.
He had five birdies on the final day.
 
But he also gave away two bogeys to finish the week on 4-under.
 
On the other hand, veteran Bland clinched his maiden European Tour win in 478 appearances, overcoming the up-and-coming Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi in a play-off shoot.
 
On Sunday, the Englishman showed great tenacity despite an extremely tough challenge from Migliozzi.
 
Bland first made a huge birdie putt to finish on 13 under par.

But when the Italian forced a playoff with a four under 68, the 48-year-old Englishman once again showed he was not willing to back down.



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