Angelo Que winds up in joint 15th place as Juvic Pagunsan settles for a share of 25th in Japan Open
Top Filipino shotmaker Angelo Que still winds up under par and bags nearly P900,000. 

ANGELO Que had a quiet round capped by a bogey-birdie finish, carding a one-under 71 to finish in joint 15th spot on Sunday in the Japan Open Golf Championship.

The Filipino shotmaker made his only other birdie on the par-4 No. 7 at Rokko Kokusai Golf Club East Course.

Que had earlier rounds of 68-74-74 for a one-under 287 total, joining David Oh, JB Park and Won Joon Lee in 15th place, 12 strokes off the top spot in the Japan Tour event.

Satoshi Kodaira came up with a closing even-par 72 for a 275 aggregate for a two-stroke win over Yuta Ikeda.

Kodaira bagged the ¥40,000,000 (around P15 million) top prize. Angelo Que pocketed ¥2,295,000 (around P880,000).

Juvic Pagunsan, who held the lead in the first round, fired a final-round 76 for a share of 25th place and ¥1,540,000 (around P590,000).

The parbuster from Bacolod had a rollercoaster round featuring three birdies, five bogeys and a double-bogey. After earlier carding 66-74-73, Pagunsan wound up with a 289 total.


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