Scott Barr & Micah lead with a shot over Meesawat
Scott Barr & Micah are tied for the lead at eight-under 64 on Day 1 at Resorts World Manila Masters on the Asian Tour with, two shots lead over the defending champion SSP Chawrasia, who shares sixth place with his round of six-under 66 for the day.
Scott Barr & Micah lead
Scott Barr posted an astonishing eagle on the very last hole to take an early lead which lasted for an hour when Micah joined him for the lead posting a bogey-free round consisting birdie, birdie, birdie, and birdie on the last four holes, helping him finish for a 31 on the last nine holes.
Scott Barr’s round consisted an eagle, eight birdies, and a double-bogey on the par-4 11th for a total of eight-under 64 today.
Meesawat and Arnond follow by a shot
Prom Meesawat, Arnond, and Chanachok follow the leaders by a shot at seven-under 65, sharing third place. Meesawat posted round consisting eight birdies and a bogey, his first five birdies came on first seven holes, and he was on a hot streak when he posted four back to back birdies from fourth to seventh holes. Arnond went ahead and posted a bogey-free round consisting seven birdies.
SSP Chawrasia, the Defending Champion
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Defending champion Chawrasia was leading the day with two birdies in opening four holes, and finishing the day for a shared fifth place with a score of six-under 66, and joined by the local man Justin Quiban, and Richard T. Lee, and Chanachok.
Quiban posted a round of six-under 66 consisting seven birdies and a bogey on the par-4 second, Lee posted an identical round consisting seven birdies and a bogey on the par-5 4th, and Chanachok had a round of the day with a hole-in-one one par-3 13th, six birdies, and two bogeys, one came on the last hole which pushed him down from shared third place.
Following the top five positions are 10-men including Asian Team Captain at Eurasian Cup Arjun Atwal, Steve Lewton, Yikeun Chang, Junsung Kim, Clyde Mondella, Udayan Mane, Natipong Srithong, Phachara Khongwatmai, the winner of Macaon Open Ganganjeet Bhullar, and Lin Wen-tang at five-under 67 for the day.