MARDAN Mamat of Singapore scored his second win in the Philippines on Sunday as he completed a wire-to-wire win in the Asian Tour’s Manila Masters at the Manila Southwoods.
The 2012 Philippine Open champion closed with a 69 and finished at 20-under 268, six strokes ahead of France’s Lionel Weber.
Elmer Salvador wound up as the best-placed Filipino, finishing in joint 33rd at 4-under 284 after a closing 70.
Former Asian No. 1 Juvic Pagunsan had a final round 71 and wound up in s share of 38th at 3-under 285.
Twenty-year-old pro Miguel Tabuena finished at even 288 after a 73 for a share of 47th spot.
Antonio Lascuna, the top money earner on the Philippine Golf Tour and best-placed Filipino after three rounds, had a faltering finish and scored 76 for a 289 total.
Jhonnel Ababa fired a 72 and Clyde Mondilla carded a 74 and ended up with a 291 agrgegate.
At 294 were Benjie Magada, who closed with a 70, and Frankie Minoza, who shot a 71.
Joneard Rates scored a 73 for a 295 total.