ANGELO QUE fired an even-par 71 and wound up in joint 10th place in the Indian Open Sunday in Bangalore.
The Filipino, who entered the final day in sixth place, had a steady round with no birdies and bogeys to finish at eight-under 276 at Karnataka Golf Association course.
Que ended up six strokes behind Scotland’s Richie Ramsay and Asian Tour veteran Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand, who battled in a playoff after ending up in a tie after 72 holes at 270.
Wirathcant won on the first playoff hole.
Overnight leader Ramsay had a closing 68 marred by a final-hole bogey, while Wiratchant had a final-round 66 in the $1,250,000 event.
James Morrison fired a 72 and also finished at 276.