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Majid, Asakil triumph in Siem Reap golf finale

Majid, Asakil triumph in Siem Reap golf finale

After two rounds of dramatic twists and turns, Pakhruddin Bin Abdullah Majid emerged as the gross winner of the 2013 Prudential Astro Masters grand final at the Angkor Golf Resort in Siem Reap on Tuesday.

In the net category, Zman Bin Asakil took top honours. A field of 37 finalists drawn from 20 qualifying events played all over Malaysia from March this year lined up for this prestigious annual tournament, the first round of which was played on Monday at the Siem Reap Booyoung Country Club.

Coming out on the final day with a total score of 154, Pakhruddin grabbed the top prize on the strength of his score being the best on the second day. Mohamad Shokri Bin Saad finished runner-up ahead of Lim Bun Keong in third place. Mohamad Alias Bin Abdullah and Kamaruzzaman Bin Kedah took the next two places.

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