Yeoju, Korea: Jyoti Randhawa, who took time off to work on his game, showed that he made a wise decision as he registered his first top-10 finish in more than two years in the CJ Invitational hosted by KJ Choi here on Sunday.
Randhawa closed the USD 750,000 tournament with a fine 67 to tie for second. His 67 was similar to his first round score, which was flawless, but today, he dropped one shot against six birdies.
He finished at seven-under 281 and was a distant second tied with Kim Tae-Hoon, as another Kang Sung-Hoon, who had a stranglehold on the event finished as winner by five shots. Kang, who had four birdies in a row from third to sixth, could afford two bogeys on eighth and 16th as he carded 70 and totaled 12-under 276.