LIVE Leaderboard – PGM-ADT-CCM Impian Classic (Final Round)
1349: Jonathan Moore wins the inaugural PGM-ADT-CCM Impian Classic with a final round of 67 for tournament total of 22-under 266. Former Iskandar Johor Open winner Artemio Murakami of the Philippines is second on -19 while Chinese Taipei’s Chang Tse-peng finishes third on -18.
Ben Leong after his round of 68 today for a 14-under-par 274 total:
“A good and really confident-building tournament ahead of the Philippines Open next week. Overall,I am really satisfied with my shots this week and drained my fair share of putts. I’m pleased with the way I handled myself, stayed really patient in the hot conditions and tried to enjoy the game without getting unduely agitated when things were not going that well.”
1335: Moore birdies the 17th to move ahead on 22-under-par. Murakami stays on -19 with one hole to play.
1331: Local hope Ben Leong registers a round of 68 for a tournament total of -14. Chang Tse-peng pars the final hole to end on -18 for provisional third.
1325: Akhmal Tarmizee drops two shots today for a tournament total of seven-under-par 281. T.J. Kim cards a 67 for a total of 14-under 274.
1316: Chang is on -18 with one hole to play. Looks set for top-three position this week after his fourth place finish at the ADT Clearwater Classic last week. Top two unchanged thru 17th.
1305: Moore moves ahead of Murakami after 15 holes. The American is on -21 while the Filipino remains on -19. Overnight co-leader Rai moves alongside Kim on -14.
1255: Will Yanagisawa moves up to -16 alongside Chang thru 15 holes. Ben Leong is on -13 with three holes to play as well.
1249: Hanafiah Jamil, sporting a crew cut this week, credits divine help for his performance here. Shoots a five-under 67 today for a tournament total of nine-under 279.
1215: Murakami drops two shots to 19-under-par after 12 holes. Closely trailed by Moore on 18.
1200: -21 Artemio Murakami (thru 9 holes), -18 Jonathan Moore (9), -16 Chang Tse-peng (12), -14 Will Yanagisawa (12), -13 T.J. Kim (12), -12 Ben Leong (12), Himmat Rai (9)