Song won the Singapore Open by removing Spieth

Song won the Singapore Open by removing Spieth

South Korean golfer Song Young-Han won the golf tournament prizes totaling 1 million dollars SMBC Singapore Open on Monday, and the result is at once threatening the position of the first golfer, Jordan Spieth.
Jordan Spieth
In the final round, Song recorded a 70 strokes or one under par, so that in total four rounds or four days he recorded 272 strokes or 12 under par, and make sure the lead one shot over the number one golfer from the US Spieth is the last round notes 66 blows.
Meanwhile, Chinese golfer Liang Wen-Chong (69) was alone in third position with a total record of 274 punches, while Miguel Tabuena (68) of the Philippines and Japanese golfers Shintaro Kobayashi (71) share the same in the fourth position with 275 strokes.
The final round of matches in the Serapong Golf Course in Sentosa Island was delayed because of a storm when Spieth was getting ready to hit a birdie putt from five feet on the 18th hole green.
But Spieth finally able to get a birdie when he played the delay game on Monday morning, but Song who plays in the group behind is able to record two par three holes in the game to ensure his title.
The result was the first title for Song after she could only six times in second place at the tournament in Japan and Korea from 2013.
Song has become the first Asian golfer to win the Singapore Open since the victory of the Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh in 2008 on home soil.
Song said he felt the pressure on the eve of the final round.
Song said that last night seemed like a week, he could not eat because he kept looming on the 16th green. That nights Song feels hate Jordan.
Song also added that the situation made him tense and he just felt it as a good luck.
Here are the final results of the Singapore Open:
272 - Song Yong-Han (Korea) 70-63-69-70

273 - Jordan Spieth (USA) 67-70-70-66

274 - Liang Wen-Chong (China) 71-67-67-69

275 - Miguel Tabuena (Philippines) 69-67-71-68, Shintaro Kobayashi (Japan) 66-69-69-71

276 - Wang Jeung-Hun (South Korea) 73-67-67-69, Hideto Tanihara (Japan) 68-67-71-70

277 - Lee Won-Joon (Australia) 71-69-67-70, Chapchai Nirat (Thailand) 69-70-712-67, Brett Munson (USA) 71-67-70-69

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