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“I’ve watched other guys coming down 18 with a big lead and I thought, ‘That would be fun some day if I could do that,’ and it was. I feel like the luckiest guy in the world. I get to do what I love to do for a living.” – Bo Van Pelt


“My swing felt good right at the first warm-up


and I kind of continued that all week and had confidence with what I wanted to do with my golf swing,” said Van Pelt, who opened with rounds of 66, 64 and 67, which gave him a one- stroke lead over Overton going into the final round. “I played well all day (Sunday). I didn’t make any bogeys. I just tried to play to my game plan all week.”


VICTORY ERASES SOME DOUBTS “I’ve had a couple of chances to win this year, but didn’t come out on top,” Van Pelt said. “Losing at Canada (after shooting a final-round 74) was a tough pill to swallow. I just wanted to learn from that and do a better job when I had the lead. I take a lot of satisfaction in how I played today.” Sweden’s Fredrik Jacobson fired a 68 to finish third at 16 under. “I had a hard time getting the putter going


yesterday and on the front side today,” Jacobson said. “I was lucky that I still shot four under on the back nine to finish third. Overall, it was a very good week after a month’s break.” ■


PLAYER


FINAL STANDINGS POS


1


Bo Van Pelt Jeff Overton


Fredrik Jacobson Cameron Tringale Camilo Villegas Mark Wilson Ryan Palmer John Senden Vijay Singh Jerry Kelly


Jeev Milkha Singh Jason Dufner


1 2 3


T4 T4 T4 T7 T7 T7


3 Jeff Overton


Charity Link CIMB Asia Pacific Classic supports the Shriners


Hospitals for Children, a health care system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing specialty pediatric care and outreach programs, innovative research, and outstanding teaching programs. Children up to the age of 18 with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and cleft lip and palate are eligible for admission and receive all care in a family-centered environment with no financial obligation to patients or families.


Course Insight


The Mines Resort and Golf Club


ROUNDS 2


66 64 67 67 62 69 65 64 71 66 68 71 69 66 68 67 66 67 71 65 67 67 70 68 72 64 66


T10 69 66 69 T10 69 69 67 T10


212 PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2012 4 70 67 65


64 69 68 64 66 69 67 65 68 67 66 69


TOTAL SCORE


261 267 268 269 269 269 270 270 270 271 271 271


The Mines Golf Course is the centerpiece of a resort complex stretching across 1,000 acres and encompassing five million square feet of interior space, including a luxury hotel, an exhibition center, a shopping mall complete with a canal, and a beach resort. The Mines Resort & Golf Club has hosted the Men’s World Cup Golf 1999, Women’s World Cup Golf 2000 and the Carlsberg Malaysian Open 2003. The course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., who has been widely praised by his work in the Pacific Rim.


OFFICIAL MONEY $1,300,000


$550,000 $420,000 $265,000 $265,000 $265,000 $175,000 $175,000 $175,000 $106,666 $106,666 $106,666


Tournament Record 261, Bo Van Pelt, 2011


Tournament 18-Hole Record 62, Jeff Overton, 2011


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