AUSTRALIA’S David Gleeson has won his third Asian Tour title, his first for three years, with a three-shot victory at the 2011 Indian Open.
Gleeson, now a resident of Taipei and a former Australian Amateur Champion, was the overnight leader.
He fired a composed final round four-under-par 68 to take his total to 20 under overall at the picturesque and always interesting Delhi Golf Club.
Gleeson picked up four shots in his first five holes with an eagle two on the third and then parred his remaining 13 holes to cruise to victory.
Local hope Chiragh Kumar finished with a 70 to be runner-up at 17-under, with Ross Bain and Lu Wei-chih a further stroke back.
Australians Marcus Both finished in 12th spot at nine under, with Scott Barr tied for 21st, Scott Hend tied for 27th and Unho Park tied for 29th.
Gleeson, 33, picked up almost $US200,000 for the win and will move to third on the Asian Tour money list.