Date: Nov 21, 2015
By: AFP, MANILA
South Africa’s Jbe Kruger finally found some form as he hit a brilliant seven-
under-par 65 in windy conditions to share a three-way lead with Taiwan’s Hung Chien-yao and Lee Chieh-po at the Manila Masters yesterday.
Lee carded an eagle and five birdies for six-under 66 at par-72 Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, while Hung’s blemish-free 67 included a 15-yard chip-in on the par-three third.
Fellow Taiwanese Lu Wen-teh and Lu Wei-chih carded a 72 and 71 respectively for one-under.
Kruger, down to 500th in the world rankings after only one top-10 finish all year, produced the second round’s lowest score to be tied with Hung and Lee. [FULL STORY]