The Indian, ranked 14th on the Asian Tour Order of Merit, played consistently over four rounds as he registered a six-under-par 282 total at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club to take home a cheque of USD 112,000.
Kapur reckons that he is coming closer to winning his second Asian Tour since 2005 after staying patient despite making some mental errors at the USD 7 million event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and PGA TOUR.
"I can be patient when I need to be and I need to be patient. I think in the past, I've gotten impatient and sort of let things slip when things are not going well. This week I fought back hard, four-over after my first five holes and six-under for the week. That's one big lesson that I learn," said Kapur.
"I wanted to get to double digits under-par but conditions were tough. I just didn't get the putts to fall. I think if you hole a couple of putts early in the round it is a different story. You get to minus two or three under and then you're looking to press on.
The 31-year-old Indian will now aim to win the Hero Indian Open when it starts at his home course at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) in a fortnight.
"Obviously I would have liked to have been in the top-10 or higher and played my way into the next PGA TOUR event. But I think I take a lot of good things from the week, and going into the Indian Open now, I feel like I'm hitting form with last week and this week, and I'm pretty happy with where my game is."
--IANS (Posted on 27-10-2013)