Justin Rose leads the DP World Tour Championship on 15 under par by one shot from South Africa's Dylan Frittelli and Spain's Jon Rahm.
Vani Kapoor, who was tied-6th last week at Hero Women's Indian Open, was even par after 16 holes before she bogeyed the last two holes for 74.
Shiv Kapur won at the Yeangder Heritage in Chinese Taipei and then tasted victory again at the Panasonic Open India to become the only player to win twice on the Asian Tour in 2017.
Aditi Ashok was one of the last to get into the 72-player field and is one of the eight rookies to make it to the Tour Championships.
The long-hitting U.S. Open champion overpowered the Phoenix Country Club course in a round blemished only by a bogey at his final hole.
Masters champion Sergio Garcia of Spain is the only other in a field of 60 with a chance to secure the European No.1 crown.
Aditi Ashok has qualified for the season-ending Tour Championship on the LPGA, becoming the first from the country to play in the prestigious meet.
Michele Thomson opened up a handy three-shot lead over the rest of the field while breaking the course record at the Hero Women's Indian Open.
Shanshan Feng, who won last week in Japan, became the first back-to-back winner of 2017.
Jyoti Randhawa, an eight-time Asian Tour winner who last won the tour title in 2009, is now 15-under alongside Philippines' Miguel Tabuena (64).
Anirban Lahiri started on the back nine and was even par with two birdies and two bogeys and turned in even par.
Anirban Lahiri started with a bogey, but quickly made up with a birdie on third and on the fifth, he landed an eagle that took him to two-under.
The Indian trio was two shots behind three golfers, who are leading the field at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club.
With air pollution and smog in the National Capital region reaching hazardous levels, it may not be the best time to hold the premier women's golf tournament in the country.
Anirban Lahiri will tee up alongside German Alex Cejka and Matt Jones at this week's OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
SSP Chawrasia had three birdies on either side of the turn. Three other Indians, Arjun Atwal, Udayan Mane and Gaganjeet Bhullar also had solid starts.
Shanshan Feng shot the best round of the day with her 67, a score that moved her up 13 places and into second.
It will be the first time either the PGA Championship or Ryder Cup has been staged on the layout.
Aditi Ashok, who had won the Hero Indian Open and Qatar Ladies Open last year, clinched the Fatima Bin Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi last week.
Sun Young Yoo had seven birdies and hit 12 of 14 fairways in a bogey-free round at Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Club.
Phil Mickelson already holds the US record by qualifying for 11 consecutive teams, and he has made 23 straight appearances in the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup combined.
Anirban Lahiri hit a terrible stretch on the front nine, to finish the week with a card of 73 and in a disappointing tied-51st place at the Shriners Hospital Open
Golfer Shiv Kapur said he took inspiration from Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli before going on to clinch his third Asian Tour title.
Justin Rose set up a thrilling finale to the European Tour campaign by winning the $7 million Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday
Shiv Kapur has said that his goal is also to pass the Yo-Yo fitness test in the next one and a half months.
India's Shiv Kapur won the Panasonic Open by three strokes on Sunday to win his first Asian Tour title at home and second of the year.
Michelle Wie appears to be back to close to her best nearly two months after an emergency appendectomy
US Women's Open champion Park Sung-hyun did not play the LPGA event, but Ryu had to finish no worse than sixth to stay in top spot.
Shanshan Feng rolled in a 20-foot birdie at the penultimate hole to preserve her lead and made a tap-in par at the last to hold off Japan's Ai Suzuki.
Tiger Woods underwent back fusion surgery last April and will return to competition at the end of November in the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Beau Hossler finished with birdies at the 15th and 18th holes to reach nine-under as the wind whipped up during the third round at the TPC Summerlin course.
The round had a fitting climax on the the 18th green when Kapur made a 25-foot putt for eagle and doffed his cap to the crowd
Shiv Kapur admitted he struggled for good part of the day and did not have his ‘A’ game in place.
Aditi Ashok was dominant and sounded a warning to her competitors ahead of the Hero Indian Open, where she will defend her title next week.
JJ Spaun rebounded from a bogey on the par-4 third with birdies on the par-4 fourth and par-3 fifth and closed with a birdie on the par-5 ninth to get to 11-under 131.
Paul Peterson, made four birdies on each half of the course to be on top of the leaderboard with an 11-under par 133 aggregate at the Panasonic Open.