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A GAME WELL-PLAYED Team Mount Elizabeth Hospitals; Team SunMoon (in red) and Team Citi (above); SPH's English and Malay Newspapers Division editor-in-chief Patrick Daniel with Team Zyfas. - PHOTO: GOLF DIGEST SINGAPORE
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A GAME WELL-PLAYED Team Mount Elizabeth Hospitals (above); Team SunMoon and Team Citi; SPH's English and Malay Newspapers Division editor-in-chief Patrick Daniel with Team Zyfas. - PHOTO: GOLF DIGEST SINGAPORE
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A GAME WELL-PLAYED Team Mount Elizabeth Hospitals; Team SunMoon and Team Citi; SPH's English and Malay Newspapers Division editor-in-chief Patrick Daniel (centre) with Team Zyfas (above). - PHOTO: GOLF DIGEST SINGAPORE

SunMoon still shining bright

But Team Emerio is catching up, and they have put in an impressive performance with the second-highest score during the fifth round.
Sep 20, 2014 6:00 AM

After round five of the 2014 Business Times Corporate Golf League, which was held on Singapore Island Country Club's New Course last Wednesday, Team SunMoon is still leading the pack but have had their lead cut to nine points. Team Emerio continue to put in an impressive performance with the