Dubai: India's Shiv Kapur had mixed feeling after playing a modest one-under 71 in the final round to finish tied 48th at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday, even as Stephen Gallacher became the first in 25 years history of the tournament to retain the title.
Kapur, who made the cut in each of the three events on the Desert Swing, said,"It was a decent in the sense that my game is going in the right direction, but it is just a question of things falling in place. Each of the days, I felt I left something out there, but that is something I can work on."
Kapur, who shot 72-70-70 and started the day at four-under, had another sedate start. His first birdie came on the third and then followed a bogey on sixth. He found his rhythm on the back nine with back to back birdies on 10th and 11th, but a lapse on 12th set him back again. A birdie on 13th saw him make up for that. Then came a bogey on the 15th.