Angelo Que tied for second in Asian Tour's Macao Open as Miguel Tabuena winds up joint seventh
Angelo Que has rounds of 67-67-71-69 at Macau Golf and Country Club.

ANGELO Que fired a quiet two-under 69 to finish joint second in the Asian Tour’s Macao Open on Sunday.

The Filipino golfer, thrice a winner on the Asian Tour, hit one birdie on each nine, both on par-5s, to finish at 10-under 274, which was matched by India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu, who carded a 70.

They bagged US$43,250 each (around P2.2 million), finishing three strokes off Gaganjeet Bhullar of India.

Bhullar fired a closing 68 featuring seven birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey for a 271 total and US$90,000.

Miguel Tabuena shot a 70, hitting four birdies but making three bogeys on the final day at Macau Golf and Country Club.

The Filipino Olympian wound up joint seventh at four-under 280, bagging US$13,250 (around P680,000).

Tony Lascuna had a final-round 74 for a 291 total for US$1,875.

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