Tokyo Olympics 2020: Qualifying extension gives golfers Shubhankar Sharma, Shiv Kapur, Anirban Lahiri a chance
International Golf Federation and International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced an adjustment to the qualifying system, handing a chance to many Indian golfers
Indian Open 2018: Ajeetesh Sandhu cards solid four-under 68, Anirban Lahiri, Shubhankar Sharma struggle
Besides Ajeetesh Sandhu, two-time defending champion SSP Chawrasia (74), 2015 winner Anirban Lahiri (72), and former Indian champions Jyoti Randhawa (72) and Feroz Ali (one over at 14th hole) had a tough day in office.
Mane, whose second round 66 had put him into medal contention, shot a three-under 69 and ended at 11-under 277.
The leader of the men's golf event, where the lowest placed team member's score is not taken into account, is Chinese Taipei with a three-day total of 613.
Mane, one of the four players to card 66 in the second round, is eight-under 136 and three shots behind the new leader local 17-year-old lad Youm Eunho.