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    Young pro Miguel Tabuena settles for second anew in Asian Tour event in Taipei

    Oct 11, 2015
    Miguel Tabuena winds up two strokes off the winner after starting the day two shots clear.

    SHAUN Norris of South Africa used a sizzling outward nine and cruised to a two-stroke victory over Miguel Tabuena on Sunday in the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Taipei.

    Norris hit five birdies on the first seven holes, creating enough gap to overcome a final-hole bogey for a 68 and a 12-under 204 total at the Linkou International Golf and Country Club.

    The 21-year-old Tabuena, who started the day two strokes clear, struggled to a 73 and a 206 aggregate, settling for second place in the Asian Tour event for the second straight year.

    [See Miguel Tabuena falls just short in Asian Tour as Thai Prom Meesawat wins Taipei tournament in playoff]

    The young Filipino pro had a quiet start with one birdie on the front nine and played the back at two-over.

    “How many times do I have to finish second? It is frustrating but I’m still happy with the way I played. I stayed committed to my shots so that’s a win for me already. There will be a win for me in the future. I’m still proud of myself,” Tabuena told asiantour.com.

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    “I only started monitoring the scores on the back nine. I knew people were making a move but I didn’t know that Shaun was on -13. At the start of the 12th hole, I started forcing some shots and that caused me some dropped shots on my way home,” he added.

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