Gaganjeet Bhullar of India wins the Fiji International at Natadola Bay Golf Course in Fiji, his maiden European Tour victory.
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Gaganjeet carded a final round -6 under par 66 to win the Fiji International with a total of -14 under par. a one shot victory;
“I’ve been playing really well, it was just a matter of time and I’m glad it happened on this stage and really happy to be back on the European Tour.”
“It was a tough day. It was windy, flags were tough but I played really well. I gave myself many, many opportunities today.”
Second place went to Anthony Quayle, Australia, who thought he had scored a final round of ten under, but it was adjusted to -9 under 63 by the officials, to give him a total of -13 under par;
“That was pretty awesome out there.”
“I got to play with Ernie and played a pretty awesome back nine there. I’m pretty happy with it.”
The Big Easy, Ernie Els of South Africa, was tied in third place with a last round -7 under par 65, for a -13 under total. He shared third place with Ben Campbell of New Zealand who carded a final round -6 under par 66.
Ernie was blown away by Anthony shooting 29 on the back nine today;
“I did almost as much as I could, I set out to try to shoot 65, which I did, and Anthony just played unbelievable.”
“Jeez, what is it, 29 on the back nine? That’s unbelievable stuff. Great golf and well deserved.”
“I’m pleased with my round and pleased with the tournament and it’s been really a lot of fun in Fiji.”