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Hideki Matsuyama repeats at Asian Amateur Championship
Victory means a return to the Masters Tournament in April for Matsuyama, where he made history last year by becoming the first Asian golfer to win the Silver Cup for low amateur. He was never behind after the first hole but faced competition from Lee Soo-min who signed for the lowest score of the week after a birdie on the 18th hole secured a round of Overnight leader Ben Campbell also stayed in touch after recovering from a difficult start to shoot 70 and finish in third place at under thanks to late birdies on holes 16 and However, Matsuyama continued to hit fairways and greens and secured back-to-back wins with a tap-in par on the yard 18th. It means that he has recorded a sub-par score in every round he has played in the competition. The Tohoku Fukushi University Student continued his great form from yesterday with birdies on holes 1, 8, 9, 12 and
The 17 year-old Korean carded a fantastic round that included six birdies and an outstanding eagle at the 9th to take him top of the leader board after 18 holes. However, he faces some stiff competition from a chasing pack just two shots back includes Japanese defending champion Hideki Matsuyama. Lee, currently th on the World Amateur Golf Ranking, takes the overnight lead after a day of damp humid conditions that included a one hour lightning delay just 10 minutes after the first shot was struck. This course suits me because it is narrow and suits my playing style — I am better in my long game. Matsuyama, holder of the Masters Silver Cup for low amateur, led the following pack for second place with five-under.
Matsuyama, who played his final 42 holes without a bogey, never trailed after the first hole Sunday at The Singapore Island Country Club. He had to make par on the yard closing hole for a one-shot victory over Lee Soo-min, who birdied the last hole for a tournament-best A year ago, Matsuyama won by five shots.