Shiv Kapur ended his drought of a win after twelve years of hard work paying up at Taiwan. He played a flawless eight under-64 in the final round. He was at three-under for the front nine and five-under for last seven holes to card a magical 64 making it 272 total.
He started the day at tied-third at eight-under and trailing by two shots from the leader, Yikeun Chang of Korea, Kapur with three birdies moved to -11 and second on the leaderboard.
Gavin Green(67) and Yikeun Chang(68) were tied for second at 14-under at the National Golf Country Club.
This was the second win for him at the Asian tour ending a 12-year drought for him at Asian Tour. S Chikkarangappa, who was second after the first round, shot a 68 and ended T-27 because of two disappointing rounds on the second and third days. Khalil Joshi(70) was T-37th, Rahil Gangjee(70) was T-52nd and Chirag Kumar(77) finished at T-60th.