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    Angelo Que goes bogey-free to stand just a stroke behind Hong Kong Open leader Jyoti Randhawa

    Oct 16, 2014
    Angelo Que comes up with five birdies and no bogey at the Hong Kong Golf Club. Jerome Ascano

    ANGELO Que sank a 40-foot putt on his fifth hole and made four more birdies in a bogey-free round of 65 to sit just a stroke behind first-round leader Jyoti Randhawa on Thursday in the Hong Kong Open.

    The Filipino shotmaker finally came up with a fine showing after struggling on the greens the past few months and posted his first bogey-free round of the season.

    Que, who won the last of his three Asian Tour titles in 2010, started his round on the 11th and didn’t get a birdie until the 40-footer on No. 15 at the Hong Kong Golf Club.

    He made it back-to-back with birdie on the par-4 No. 16 and hit three birdies on the front nine.

    “I putted like a maniac today. I holed a lot of six footers for pars on the first few holes then I started to hit it better and kept holing putts, kept it going,” Que told asiantour.com.

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    “I haven’t had a bogey free round this year and it is already October!”

    Jyoti bogeyed No. 1 but recovered to sink seven birdies to the top of the leaderboard.

    Four-time major winner Ernie Els of South Africa and former European Ryder Cup team member Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium fired 66s and were in a big group tied for third.

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