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Two-way fight looms for S’woods title

/ 05:17 AM June 08, 2018

CARMONA, CAVITE—American John Michael O’Toole and Jay Bayron came out of an enthralling shootout on Thursday sharing the lead heading into the final day of the $100,000-ICTSI Southwoods Championship at the complex’s Legends course here.

O’Toole carved out a six-under-par 66, while Bayron returned a 67 as the duo will take a 196 aggregate into the final 18 holes, the championship, and the $17,500-purse, now a virtual two-way fight.


The American had seven birdies under overcast skies, with his only bogey coming on the par-3 16th.

Korean-American Micah Shin fired a day-best 65 but was seven strokes off like Australia’s Tim Stewart, who assembled a 70.


Finland’s Teemu Putkonen was another two shots behind after a 70, with Angelo Que shooting a 69 to be at 206.

Jobim Carlos, who broke through as a pro at Riviera last week, also cracked par but his 68 left him still 11 shots out of the pace.

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