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Singapore golf faces gloom without a recognised star

Pros are inconsistent, amateurs need uplift before the next SEA Games in August.
Saturday, June 24, 2017 - 05:50

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If Quincy Quek (above) repeats his form in the coming series of Singapore Professional Golfers' Association events and finishes in the top two each time, he would make enough to cover his expenses to venture into more regional tournaments.

QUNICY Quek fires a 66 and 65 (10 birdies) for an 11-under total after two rounds. Carry that score into a major golf tournament, and Quek, a prospective No 1 in Singapore, would be in a position to earn big money. Unfortunately, he was playing at a local professional tournament at Sembawang

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