Gaganjeet Bhullar (in pic) claimed a two-shot lead at the Indonesia Open after carding seven-under-par 64 in the first round on Thursday. The Indian golfer had won his first Asian Tour title in Indonesia in 2009.
The Asian Tour star, who is playing in his 10th straight event, held an edge over a chasing pack comprising other leading Asians after shooting a immaculate round laced with seven birdies at the USD 750,000 Asian Tour meet.
Other Indians in the fray Sujjan Singh was tied for 8th spot after a first round of 4-under 67. Jyoti Randhawa is tied 22nd after a 2-under 69. Abhinav Lohan is tied for 30th after one-under 70, Anirban Lahiri is tied 43rd after an even par 71. Fancied Shiv Kapur and SSP Chowrasia had an off day and lay at tied 59th with a one-over 72 in round one. Himmat Rai, Chiragh Kumar and Rahil Gangjee disappointed on Day 1, lying 78th, 95th and 107th, respectively.