Gunn fires away to victory with record 63
A scintillating course record of nine-under 63 propelled Thailand's Gunn Charoenkul to a runaway victory at the Jimei Korea Kulim Championship in Kedah yesterday.
Charoenkul looked invincible on the greens, turning in a bogey-free card of nine birdies to clinch a four-shot victory over compatriot Poom Saksansin (69) and Malaysian Ben Leong (70) at the Kulim Golf & Country Resort, reported aseanpgatour.com.
The 23-year-old from Bangkok totalled 20-under-268 for his fifth Asean PGA victory, equalling countryman Wisut Artjanawat's record for most wins on the decade-old Tour.
268: Gunn Charoenkul 66-69-70-63.
272: Poom Saksasin 70-65-68-69, Ben Leong 69-67-66-70.
273: Kwanchai Tannin 70-68-69-66.
275: Jhonnel Ababa 71-68-68-68, Deaeok Jeong 69-69-68-69, Nattapong Putta 67-72-67-69.
279: Jonathan Woo 69-71-69-70.
285: Mardan Mamat 73-71-72-69.