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Japan’s Nakajima claims first World Tour win in India

Japan’s Keita Nakajima cruised to victory by four shots at the Hero Indian Open golf on Sunday, despite a final-round stumble, for his first World…

Japan’s Keita Nakajima cruised to victory by four shots at the Hero Indian Open golf on Sunday, despite a final-round stumble, for his first World Tour title.

Nakajima, 23, finished with a 17-under par total of 271 despite a one-over 73 in the last round, well clear of home favourite Veer Ahlawat, Sweden’s Sebastian Soderberg and US golfer Johannes Veerman.

The former amateur world No 1 had led by four shots going into the final round and appeared to be untroubled until he came to the back nine at the DLF Golf and Country Club near New Delhi.

“I was a little nervous and I had a tough back nine but I hit some great shots,” said Nakajima.

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