His 9-under 63 gives Manu Gandas the early-round lead at the Masters in 2022.

Gurugram Gurugram, a winner of four titles this season, set a new course record with a nine-under 63 . Gurugram is currently second on the PGTI Order of Merit .

Vikarabad (Telangana) India – On November 25, Gurugram, a winner of four titles this season, set a new course record with a nine-under 63, setting a new course record at the inaugural Masters 2022, which will be played at the Vooty Golf County in Vikarabad.Manu, who is currently second on the PGTI Order of Merit, also set the course record, setting a new course record.Manu logged a bogey-free round as he sank four birdies on the front nine and five on the back nine, just one stroke behind the duo.Gandas awesome hitting culminated in the making of a series of short birdie putts.

As he chipped in from the bunker on the 14th, drove past the par-4 green on the 15th for an up and down, then made an up and down from the bunker on the 16th, his golden stretch came with three consecutive birdies from the 14th to the 16th.Manu said, My driving off the tee was really smooth, and my putting was also better than the previous two weeks.Today, I had some good ups and downs.Today, I got to work after a quick three birdies, thanks to a chip-in from the bunker on the 14th.

You will be rewarded if you take the risk.But you have to be wary of the rewards that come with being in the thick rough.I'm in a good mental state at the moment.Angad Cheema and Kartik Sharma, who were both in joint second at 65, all fired error-free rounds, leaving Yuvraj Singh Sandhu, the five-time winner this season, in seventh place.

Mohd Azhar, who played at his home course, posted a 72 to become the highest-placed local golfer, sitting tied 45th.

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