Saturday, 18 October 2014

Malaysia - finally shows off - Well Done Malaysia!

LIM Eng Seng, winner of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour title today when he beat Sukree Othman in a playoff at the Port Dickson Championship.
Lim shot a final round four-under 67 at Port Dickson Golf & Country Club to finish on eight-under 276, alongside Sukree, who carded a 69. And in the sudden-death playoff, Lim made sure of victory.
Lim's triumph came on the back of a come-from-behind performance that saw him start the day three strokes off the lead, held by Kenneth De Silva, who slipped into a tie for fifth after dismal fourth round one-over 72. The winner might not have had to go through the tense pressure of being forced into a playoff had he not surrendered a shot with a bogey at the 71st hole.
But in the end it did not matter that much for Lim as he duly secured a deserved win in the sudden-death shootout and also collected a cheque worth RM28,900. 
For a while Mohd Azman Basharudin held the clubhouse lead after he moved to seven-under 277. That effort left him to settle for joint third place with Natthapong Niyomchon, as the Thai lad finished with a final round 69 and emerged the leading foreigner in the field.
Fellow Thai Pipatpong Naewsuk (70) joined De Silva in fifth place another stroke back on six-under 278.
Khor Kheng Hwai, also of Malaysia, blitzed the Port Dickson course with a brilliant seven-under 64 to finish tied for fifth on five-under-par 279, alongside Thaialnd's Tanatchan Puaktes (71) and Ratchapol Janyavara (72). They
were joint seventh.

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) -AseanTour 

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) -Asean Tour  2014 final scores

Lets   see how the course fared the onslaught




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