Golf: Choo Tze Huang overturns deficit to win SPGA Golf Series

Choo Tze Huang receives his champion's trophy from Ju Kai Meng, managing director of Sinanju Tankers Holdings and Champions Golf in Bukit Timah Golf Complex.
Choo Tze Huang receives his champion's trophy from Ju Kai Meng, managing director of Sinanju Tankers Holdings and Champions Golf in Bukit Timah Golf Complex.PHOTO: SPGA

SINGAPORE - A closing four-under 68 on Wednesday (Sept 13) gave Singapore golfer Choo Tze Huang a two-shot win at the SPGA Golf Series at Batam's Palm Spring Golf and Country Club.

The 30-year-old finished on six-under 210, ahead of Australian Scott Barr (73, 212) while fellow Singaporean Koh Deng Shan (68) was third on 213 in the 34-competitor field.

Choo received his winner's trophy from tournament sponsor Ju Kai Meng, managing director of Sinanju Tankers Holdings and Champions Golf. The 54-hole event was co-sponsored by Michelle Chen of Supreme Q. X. Beauty Spa.

In the senior category, Singapore Professional Golfers' Association (SPGA) president M. Murugiah closed with a 69 for a winning total of 212. He finished eight strokes clear of Isniadi (71, 220).