Thursday, 5 November 2015

PGM TIARA CHAMPIONSHIP R1 RESULT-ADT EVENT

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PGM TIARA CHAMPIONSHIP R1 RESULT-ADT EVENT



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All the way from America-Casey O'Toole leads opening day in Melaka
With a deep, formidable field and a course that is playing relatively friendly, the first day of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tiara Championship at Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club in Melaka, got off to a tight start at the top.
In a round that endured a two-and-a-half hour suspension through rain, the top-16 players were all under-par, which had the Philippines’ Mars Pucay lead the way with a polished six-under 66. American Casey O'Toole was one back on 67, while Indonesia’s Andrew Wirawan carded a four-under 68 that lifted him to third place.

Airil Rizman and Kenneth De Silva were the top-placed Malaysian in the RM200,000 tournament that is co-sanctioned with the Asian Development Tour and carries world ranking points. They were three-under for the round and joint fourth with Thailand’s Wisut Artjanawat. Finland’s Janne Kaske was alone in seventh spot on two-under 70. There was nine-way tie for eighth place another shot back on 71, among them Malaysia’s Arie Irawan, Lim Eng Seng and Nicholas Fung.

Pleased with his start here De Silva said: “The course is in good condition and I am happy with how I started. But it would have been even better if I had not missed a few makeable putts.
“But tomorrow I will try to do that same and give myself chances at bride, and hopefully make a few more putts than I did today,” added the player who already has a win on Tour this season, having clinched the Kinrara Closed Championship in January.

Pucay’s round was deserving of the lead as he made seven birdies on his way around the course, with only one blemish – a bogey at the par-4 8th hole.

In contrast O’Toole, another of the foreign regulars who play the PGM and ADT Tours, had two eagles on his card at two par-5s – the 7th and 16th holes. He mixed that with four birdies and three bogeys. Wirawan, meanwhile, shot seven birdies and three bogeys to show for his efforts today.


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