Rahil Gangjee's best result in seven years at the US$1.5 million The Championship at Laguna National in Singapore on Sunday has given him hope of ending a long 10-year title drought on the Asian Tour. The amiable Indian made a strong debut on the Asian Tour when he won in China in 2004 but has since come up short in his bid to land a second victory on the region's premier Tour.
Gangjee was in the thick of contention at The Championship in Singapore before settling for fourth place. He took pride in his performance which was his best result since finishing third at the 2007 Hero Indian Open.
"My game has been pretty good. I think it's my physical ability to carry on which has been tested these last few weeks. Overall I am really very happy because it is really difficult to stay focus in the heat. You get more and more tired towards the end of the round so I'm glad with how I finished," said Gangjee.