Filipino hotshot Antonio Lascuña, flashing his best form since turning pro in 1977, rose to No. 3 in the Asian Order of Merit after narrowly missing his first Asian Tour title by losing to Thai Chapchai Nirat in a playoff at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters in Malaysia on Sunday.
Elmer Salvador fired a 6-under-par 66 to grab the lead while Angelo Que shot a hole-in-one to match the 68 of Antonio Lascuña as Filipinos stole the limelight at the start of the $500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship here on Thursday.
Antonio Lascuña finished with a bogey from the trap that left him with a 3-under-par 69 but remained on top by one stroke halfway through the P3.5 million ICTSI Pilipinas Invitational yesterday at Manila Southwoods’ Legends course in Carmona, Cavite .
Antonio Lascuña gunned down three straight birdies on his homeward nine to shoot a 7-under-par 65 yesterday and grab a two-stroke lead at the start of the P3.5 million ICTSI Pilipinas Invitational at Manila Southwoods’ Legends course in Carmona, Cavite.
Antonio Lascuña pressed his bid for a breakthrough win on the Asian Development Tour by hanging on to second place yesterday, just a stroke behind new leader Brett Munson of the United States after two rounds of the $100,000 Aboitiz Invitational at Riviera’s Couples course here.