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Roundup of BNI Indonesian Masters Second Round

The Jakarta Globe
November 18, 2023 | 4:24 pm
The second round of the 2023 BNI Indonesian Masters.
The second round of the 2023 BNI Indonesian Masters.

Jakarta. India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar remained in the lead in the second round of the golf tournament 2023 BNI Indonesian Masters presented by Tunas Niaga Energi (TNE) after having a four-under 67. This brought him to 12-under-130.

Kevin Akbar also accompanied Jonathan Wijono by making it through the cut-off, thus playing in the upcoming last two rounds to represent Indonesia. 

“I will think of a solution to find the perfect formula to keep things up,” Bhullar was quoted as saying in a recent press statement.

Kevin also commented on the second round of BNI Indonesian Masters, which he found more enjoyable. He made it to the second round after scoring 2-over-73, and then scored 4-under-67. Jonathan’s total scores were 5-under-137.

“I had a lot of thoughts during the second round, but thankfully I was able to get back up and keep my cool when I played.  I’m happy to be able to move forward towards the last round in the prestigious BNI Indonesian Masters presented by TNE,” Kevin said.

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