Samarth Dwivedi makes his mark, achieves a top 10 finish at ADT event in Malaysia

Indian golfer Samarth Dwivedi registered his maiden Top-10 finish on the Asian Development Tour (ADT) as he signed off Tied-8th at the PGM Port Dickson Championship here today. Dwivedi shot a second successive 69 and totalled eight-under 276. Of the other Indians, Feroz Singh Garewal (71) was two-under 282 for four days and Tied-32nd, while Aman Raj (74) was two-over 286 and Tied-46th.
Meanwhile, Thailand’s Panuwat Muenlek secured his third title and second win of the season with a come-from-behind one-shot triumph.
Panuwat, who turns 31 tomorrow, earned himself an early birthday present after signing for a flawless six-under 65, highlighted by six birdies, to win with a total of 14-under 270 at the Port Dickson Golf and Country Club. Jakraphan Premsirigorn, also of Thailand, matched his closing efforts to settle for the second place with Singapore’s Johnson Poh, who carded a second consecutive 67 to cap his best result on the region’s burgeoning Tour at the approx. USD 46,600 event. Anuwat won USD 8,618 and received six Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) points. Malaysia’s Gavin Green, who held a one-shot advantage heading into the round, missed out on his third win of the season after closing with a 71 to finish four shots back in fourth place with Australian David Gleeson (68). Sweden’s Oscar Zetterwall returned with the week’s best score of 63 to take the sixth place on 275 with 2013 ADT Order of Merit champion Nicholas Fung of Malaysia, who carded a 70 at the PGM Port Dickson Championship, which is the 15th leg of the ADT schedule this season.

Recommended For You

About the Author: editor