Style blows steadily during the four day competition Iskandar Johor Open at the top of the master from the first day propel champion Padraig Harrington won the prize once the U.S. $ 198,125 (RM634 thousand) after two years did not achieve any success.
Horizon Hills Golf Club turned out to bring good luck for the Irish born player who was ranked the world's top-22 player on a rival championship overall cash offer of U.S. $ 1.25 million (RM4 million).
Harrington made three strokes under par 69 to collect 20 268 strokes under par after a bogey six birdies and three managed to leave the challenger, Noh Seung-Yul of South Korea in excess of three strokes.
"It was quite relieved by this title but I had to face the neck which also interfere with each stroke on the final day but still managed to maintain the position as a leader.
"Although the course was demanding, it is quite interesting but I was able to do two other birdie eagle but be patient because of the wind. Whatever I will rest for two weeks before competing at the Shanghai Open and Singapore Open,''Harrington said.
Rising young players Sueng-Yul, 19, appeared in the Malaysian Open champion, collected March 17 strokes under par 271 for the champion while the third place achieved by Taiwan's Lin Wen-Tang failed to overcome Sueng-Yul after a missed shot.
Defending champion Choi Kj just finished in place to collect 277-8 shots on 11 under par to share the position with Thaworn Wiratchat of Thailand and Lee Sung of Taiwan, which also collects the same amount of punch.
For golfers the country, Ben Leong who do not put any back up to finish ranked 28th best player in the country to appear at the tournament after collecting six strokes under par 282 at the same time is simply set aside Danny Chia ranked 284-38 which collects the four strokes under par.
"I'm quite a good game but disappointed with the failure to properly putting all the tournament competition. Whatever I will try to give the best in Singapore will open the tournament,''Kat Ben Leong made five birdies and a double bogey at the final competition.