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TAIPEI, Taiwan - Young Philippine golf star, Miguel Tabuena shot a 70 on the last day of the Mercuries Taiwan Masters, to finish in second place, just one shot back from the champion, Lu Wei-chih of Chinese Taipei. Tabuena pocketed $96,000 (about P4.6 million) for this runner-up finish.


The champion, Lu Wei-chih of Chinese Taipei, battled against the odds to shoot a similar two-under-par 70 to stave off the young Tabuena and win the tournament for the third time in his career with a five-under-par 283 total at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club. Lu won the tournament on Sunday to revive his career after going through a brain surgery to remove a non-malignant tumour in mid-2012.

Tabuena enjoyed another solid result in Chinese Taipei with this finish. He finished in tied fourth place in the event in 2011 and tied seventh in last year’s edition.











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