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HIGH SPIRITS The rain-delayed start did not dampen enthusiasm or competitiveness of the participants; (above) Top team of the round (OCB) Abeo Electra after shooting a 112 at Seletar.

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HIGH SPIRITS: Team Boustead’s William Tay with Murali Subramaniam, general manager of SPH Golf, after achieving the Best Stableford score with a total of 40 points.

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HIGH SPIRITS: Team Seah Construction winning Top social team of the round Team Boustead swing into lead.

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IN GOOD CHEER: Team Seagull Gayatri (above) share second spot with Team Emerio and Team Citi after the round at Seletar Country Club.

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IN GOOD CHEER: Team Boustead shot a superb total of 112 to move to the top of the table.

Team Boustead swing into lead

With one round left, they shoot a superb 112 at Seletar to move to the top of the table with an overall total of 433.
Sep 12, 2015 8:00 AM

THERE may have been a rain-delayed start to the fifth round of this year's Business Times Corporate Golf League, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm or competitiveness of the participants who teed off at Seletar Country Club on Wednesday. With only one round to go, Team Boustead shot a superb

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