Solid top-10 for Scott Vincent in International Series Singapore

Scott Vincent

By Daniel Nhakaniso

Manchester – Scott Vincent rounded out a solid week with a five-under-par 67 to finish in a share of ninth in the US$2 million International Series Singapore at Tanah Merah Country Club (Tampines Course) on Sunday.

Vincent made seven birdies and two bogeys in his final round to move to nine-under-par for the tournament.

He finished 10 shots behind Spain’s David Puig, who registered his maiden victory in the professional game.

Puig completed a stunning wire-to-wire triumph after firing a final round one-over-par 73 to finish the Asian Tour event on 19-under, with Jaewoong Eom from Korea finishing in second place, after carding a 69 while American Andy Ogletree settled for third.

For Zimbabwe’s top ranked golfer, Vincent it was his first top 10 finish
of the season on the Asian Tour in only his fourth start, having played predominantly on the LIV Golf circuit.

Sunday’s top 10 finish was the perfect preparation for Vincent ahead of next week’s LIV Golf Jeddah – the final regular-season event of 2023.

He’ll be hoping to improve on his best individual finish on LIV Golf, which is a solo fourth place at LIV Golf Singapore event in April.


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