Punjab lad Yuvraj, who has represented India in the Nomura Trophy and the Australian Amateurs among other events, posted a final-round 7-under 65 to overcome a five-shot deficit to force a play-off with Harimohan Singh (70). Yuvraj then hung on and beat Harry on the fourth playoff hole.
In 2022, Yuvraj had a sensational year with a win in South India and runners-up finishes in North and West Indies and fifth in East Indies.
Yuvraj finished with rounds of 72-70-72 before firing a 65, the best of the week with 10 birdies and three bogeys. Yuvraj’s efforts included five bogeys and a back nine of four for 32.
Harimohan added another after 69-70-70 that included two bogeys in the final three holes. Harimohan gave it away and had two eagles on the back nine on the par-5 12thth and the 14th, but his par front nine pushed him down. He had three birdies and two eagles, but also carded five bogeys at 70.
Shaurya Bhattacharya (68) was tied for third at 5-under 283 with Milind Soni (68) and Sandeep Yadav (71) tied for 5th at 1-under 287 and Shat Mishra, who finished in double spade with 72 and was tied for sixth. 288.