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Asian Blended Problem golf: Veer Ahlawat high Indian, Sim wins title

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Promising teenager Veer Ahlawat was the highest Indian finisher at T-21 as Korea’s Sihwan Kim grabbed the Belief Golf Asian Blended Stableford Problem title on the Waterside Course at Siam Nation Membership.

It was Kim’s second Asian Tour title within the area of six weeks and cemented his place on the high of the Tour’s Order of Advantage.

The American gained the USD 750,000 event which was the Asian Tour’s first ever Modified Stableford scoring occasion and was collectively sanctioned with the Women European Tour (LET).

Veer was T-21 with 32 factors whereas Viraj Madappa, who was amongst Prime-10 earlier within the week, and Shiv Kapur had been T-33 with 38 factors every.

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Rashid Khan was T-54 with 22 factors and Diksha Dagar, one of many two Indian ladies starters this week, was T-61 with 20 factors.

Kim totalled 49 factors because the rising Swedish lady star Maja Stark got here dwelling in second on 47 factors and Thailand’s lady golfer Budsabakorn Sukapan was third with 42 factors.

Thailand’s Phachara Khongwatmai completed fourth on 41 factors.

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Sihwan Kim led after the primary spherical with a 62 that gave him 22 factors earlier than unexpectedly crashing to a 76 on day two price minus two factors, however he began the ultimate spherical with an eight-point benefit because of a powerful 61 on Friday.

Kim needed to work exhausting all day because the chasing pack reduce his result in two factors at one stage.

Nevertheless, Kim, who performed fantastically in Rounds 1 and three, held others at bay and gained by two photographs regardless of a climate delay, which really proved good for him as he was in a position to get again his rhythm. 

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