Stephen Gallacher shot one substandard in his last round at the Delhi Golf Club Indian Open. End leaderboard-9 S Gallacher (Sco); -8 M Kawamura (Jpn); -7 J Campillo (Spa); -6 C Bezuidenhout (SA), J Suri (USA); -5 G Coetzee (RSA), N Elvira (Spa), E van Rooyen (SA), C Shinkwin (Eng) Other selected: -3 J Morrison (Eng), R Rock (Eng); -1 A Chesters (Eng); +1 A Rai (Eng); +3 SJ Brar (Eng); +5 R Ramsay (Sco), S Brown (Eng)
Stephen Gallacher won the Indian Open with a shot to win his fourth European Tour title, despite a four-fold bogey in the seventh hole of his final.
De Schot, 44, entrenched five rear-nine birdies to end up below par for the day and nine below overall.
Gallacher & # 39; s son Jack caddied for his father in the second Scottish tour victory of 2019, after David In February, the law claimed the Handa Vic Open.
Masahiro Kawamura from Japan came in second, a shot ahead of the Spanish Jorge Campillo.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout from South Africa and American Julian Suri closed again at six under.
Suri had led through three after 12 holes of his final round, but scored a fourfold bogey on the 14th after chipping twice over the green and three moves.
Callum Shinkwin of England was one of four players to end the tournament under par, with fellow countrymen James Morrison and Robert Rock two shots behind.