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Chowrasia shoots 66, moves to 16th in Manila

Chowrasia blazed through a brilliant back nine to card a six-under 66 and jump to tied 16th from overnight 61st at the midway stage of the World Manila Masters.

Press Trust Of India

Updated:November 15, 2013, 8:46 PM IST
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Chowrasia shoots 66, moves to 16th in Manila
Chowrasia blazed through a brilliant back nine to card a six-under 66 and jump to tied 16th from overnight 61st at the midway stage of the World Manila Masters.

Manila: India's SSP Chowrasia, who came rather close to ending his title drought last week, blazed through a brilliant back nine to card a six-under 66 and jump to tied 16th from overnight 61st at the midway stage of the $750,000 World Manila Masters here on Friday.

Chowrasia, who lost his European Tour card this year, won last at the 2011 Avantha Masters.

"I am focusing on the Asian Tour for the coming year," said Chowrasia, who is now seven-under 137 after his brilliant round on Friday which included five birdies at the back nine.

Tied with him at 16th is Himmat Rai (68-69), who is also going through a struggle of late.

Digvijay Singh (70-68) in tied 25th, Jyoti Randhawa (72-69), Abhinav Lohan (68-73) and Sujjan Singh (72-69) at three-under 141 in tied 48th place were the others to make the cut.

Surprisingly Rahil Gangjee, lying tied 21st overnight after a round of 68, crashed out with a round of 79 that included two triple bogeys.

Overnight leader 17-year-old Jazz Janewattananond of Thailand remained in prime position of becoming the second youngest professional winner on the Asian Tour after he posted a three-under-par 69 to grab a share of the second round lead with Philippines' Angelo Que and Canada's Richard T Lee.

Thailand's Prom Meesawat signed for a flawless 67 to be bunched with Spanish rookie Carlos Pigem, England's Chris Rodgers and Malaysia's highest-ranked player Nicholas Fung in equal fourth place.

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