Saturday, 24 October 2015

Singha SponseredTthai-- Poom -wins Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship

A  3 DAY GAME WITH ONE DAY GIVEN TO HAZE
Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship

Poom -wins  Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship




















Poom -wins  Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship
















Poom -wins  Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship

Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship



Poom wins Kinrara Championship by one stroke

An outstanding third and final round six-under 64 saw overnight leader Poom Saksansin secure the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Kinrara Championship title today.

The Thai had to contend with Mars Pucay of the Philippines going a shot lower in his round of 63 to win the RM200,000 tournament by one stroke at Kinrara Golf Club in Puchong. Poom finished with a 12-under-par 198 total, while his Filipino rival was 11-under 199.

It was a deserved victory after Poom shot two 67s in the first two rounds of an event that was reduced to 54 holes after the first day was abandoned due to the haze. The Asian Development Tour co-sanctioned the PGM Kinrara Championship, which carries world ranking points and ensures the champion of a RM35,000 cheque.

Poom had seven birdies on his card, countered by one bogey – at the par-4 14th hole. He made an assured start to the final round and was five-under for the day at the turn. His only blemish was quickly followed by a birdie at the 15th and he sealed the victory with another at the 17th hole. Speaking after his win, Poom: “I am happy to have won here. It is always nice to play in Malaysia, but winning on the PGM and ADT Tours is very difficult as there are many good players in the field.”

Thailand’s Ronnachai Jamnong carded a last day 67 for a share of third place with Malaysian Shaaban Hussin, who closed with a two-under 68.

In a field with players drawn from all parts of the world, Japan’s Masaru Takahashi signed for a 67 today, as did Malcolm Kokocinski of Sweden, as they finished joint fifth with another Malaysian, Sukree Othman, who came back with a two-under 69.

Happy with performance this week, Shaaban said: “I played consistently well and really felt good in the second round yesterday when I shot the 66. Today’s 67 was also important because the scores were low and I tried my best to stay in the hunt.

“I am also happy with this performance because I will try to use it to improve my game, which I feel is coming together now. So hopefully I can have a good finish to the season,” added Shaaban.


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