JUVIC Pagunsan posted his third top 10 finish in as many tournaments in the Japan Golf Tour, finishing in joint sixth in The Crowns 2017 on Sunday in Nagoya.
The Filipino shotmaker fired a second straight 68 for a nine-under 271 total, bagging ¥4,140,000 (around P1.8 million).
Pagunsan wound up tied with Toshinori Muto, who slipped from a share of the lead with a closing 72.
They finished four strokes off winner Yusaku Miyazato, who fired a final-round 68 and bagged ¥24,000,000 (around P10 million).
Pagunsan, a former Asian Tour top money earner, had earlier rounds of 65-70 at Nagoya Golf Club Wago Course.
Angelo Que also finished in the top 10 after a closing 66 that put him in joint ninth.
The former Philippine Open champion wound up at seven-under 273 to earn ¥3,264,000 (around P1.4 million).
Que had earlier rounds of 72-68-67.