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Chirag, Gangjee eyeing good show at Panasonic Open

A runners-up finish at Venetian Macau Open secured his Asian Tour card and Indian golfer Chirag Kumar is now eyeing a good show at Panasonic Open starting at the DGC on Thursday.

“I didn’t play too many tournaments this year. I became a dad at the beginning of the year and also we had a long off season. I spent a lot of time with my daughter Aynaz at home.

I played India Open and one or two events so eight months I haven’t played much,” Chirag said.

“I have started playing a lot in the last 5-6 weeks. The highlight is obviously the second place finish at Macau Open last month. I finally got some form after a long time. So I am looking forward to a strong finish in the next few events. If I can put four days together, I am sure I will be able to put up a good show this week,” he added.

Talking about his past performance at the Panasonic Open, Chirag said: “I have done decent in this tournament in the last five years but obviously not as much as I would have liked. Hopefully that will change soon.”
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