SEA Games: Singapore golfer Justin Kuk down with Covid-19, misses Hanoi event

Golfer Justin Kuk tested positive for Covid-19 on May 8, 2022. PHOTO: SINGAPORE GOLF ASSOCIATION
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's men's golf team suffered a second blow days before the individual competition for the SEA Games tees-off in Vietnam on Friday (May 13).

Justin Kuk, a key member of the Republic's team that won the Putra Cup in 2019 at the Heron Lake Golf Course in Hanoi - venue for this year's Games - has been ruled out of the team because he is suffering from Covid-19.

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