On the night before he would win the Panasonic Open in New Delhi on Sunday, the omens for Shiv Kapur were less than promising.
Back in 2010, he had held the lead in the SAIL Open going into the final round before faltering when it mattered most to finish second.
Kapur would card a 4-under-par 68 to finish with an overall 17-under-par 271 — three shots clear at the top.
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This, of course, is a very different Kapur compared to the one who faltered at the finish seven years ago.
Once Kapur stepped on the golf course, he suffered a slight blip when he three putted to bogey the 10th hole.