Australian- #Martin Dive won his first pro title when he claimed the professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) CCM Seriemas Championship in Nilai, Negri Sembilan today. 21-jan 2017
|Australian- #Martin Dive won his first pro title when he claimed # professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) CCM Seriemas Championship in Nilai, Negri Sembilan today. 21-jan 2017 captio #damaru golf|
As in the past PGM will be the stepping ground for bigger things to come for this Ausi. We have seen Lahiri likes getting in to world of top golf from the spring board of #professional golf malaysia.
SHALL WE SAY PROFESSIONAL GOLF MALAYSIA IS THE NURSERY FOR TOP OF THE WORLD'S PROFESSIONAL TOURS,.#DAMARU GOLF
The 31-year-old, (not a bad age to start a professional carrier) who came into the last round with a one-shot cushion at the top of the leaderboard, carded a fourth and final round one-under 71 to finish the RM220,000 tournament with a 13-under 275 total and two-stroke winning margin at Seriemas Golf & Country Club.
Sweden’s Oskar Arvidsson vaulted up the leaderboard with a six-under-par 66 that took him to joint runner-up, alongside Brett Munson, who had an even-round 72. They were 11-under for the tournament on 277, while Thailand’s Panuwat Muenlek was fourth another shot back on 278.
Mohammad Wafiyuddin finished the top-placed Malaysian in the field, which was largely down to a six-under 66 of his own. That outstanding effort lifted him to nine-under-par 279.
Blake Snyder, also of the United States, shot a 68 for a seven-under 281 total and sixth spot.
Malaysian Solomon Emilio Rosidin (72) and Thailand’s Nitithorn Thippong (73) were tied for seventh place on six-under 282.
For his triumph, Dive received RM38,500 and said: “I am very happy to have won here. It was not easy but I played well enough to pull it off and really hold on at the end.”
The next event on the PGM Tour schedule is he Matchplay Championship at Kinrara Golf Club in Puchong from January 30 to February 5.
Leading Fourth Round Scores
275 Martin Dive (Aus) 64-72-68-71
277 Oskar Arvidsson (Swe) 70-72-69-66, Brett Munson (US) 71-67-67-72
278 Panuwat Muenlek (Tha) 67-73-68-70
279 Mohammad Wafiyuddin (Mas) 72-68-73-66
281 Blake Snyder (US) 73-73-67-68
282 Solomon Emilio Rosidin (Mas) 68-72-70-72, Nitithorn Thippong (Tha) 70-67-72-73
283 Chanat Sakulpolphaisan (Tha) 71-72-71-69, Tawit Polthai (Tha) 71-71-70-71, Arie Irawan (Mas) 71-69-71-72, Dino A. Giacomazzi (US) 67-73-70-73
284 John Catlin (US) 70-70-70-74, Scott Secord (Can) 70-71-69-74
285 Wilson Choo (Mas) 73-70-73-69, Atthaphon Sriboonkaew (Tha) 70-73-70-72, Janne Kaske (Fin) 71-69-72-73, Peter Lansburgh (US) 71-69-70-75