Six inches (150 mm) of rain on Friday left part of the course underwater, literally, with the par-four 10th hole shortened to 140 yards (128 meters) because the fairway had turned into a lake during the incessant downpours.
Josh Hill shot a final round of eight-under-par 62 on Wednesday to prevail by two strokes and beat the record set by Ryo Ishikawa in 2007. Ishikawa lifted the KSB Cup trophy at the age of 15 years and eight months.
Tiger Woods confirmed that he would be ready for Thursday's first-round when the US-based PGA Tour plays its first official-money event in Japan, speaking at his first press conference since surgery on his left knee on August 21.
Ajeetesh Sandhu kept his cool and carded a third round score of five-under-67 to share the top spot along with Delhi golfer Rashid Khan with an overall score of 14-under-202 in the Second Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational.
20-year-old Kochhar, who teed off in the morning session and started his round from the front-nine as compared to his first round starting from back-nine, sank five birdies in the second round and his only blemish in the tournament had come in the form of a bogey on Thursday.
Ajeetesh Sandhu is leading the challenge at the Second Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational Championship, which began on Wednesday in Chandigarh, and the local lad sees the second-place in Taiwan as a motivating factor.