The Thai men took home the Putra Cup with a total team score of 854, with Singapore (867) in second place. The Indonesian team, who were in fourth place for the first 3 rounds, managed to catch up with the Malaysian team for a share of third with a total team score of 891.
Singaporean Jonathan Woo, who was already in the individual lead, scored the lowest round for the tournament with a 66, giving him a total of 12 under par 276. Thailand's Srithong Natipong overtook his countryman Buranatanyarat Itthipat with both men finishing with 285 and 287 for second and third place respectively. For Indonesia Rinaldi Adiyandono finished 6th with a score of 293, ahead of Ian Andrew (300, 10th), and Elki Kow and Jordan Surya Irawan, both in a 4-way tie for 14th with a total of 303.
Also the Santi Cup is going to Thailand, with the Thai ladies finishing with a total score of 871, in second place the Philippines (876), and Malaysia (879) in third place. The Indonesian ladies maintained their fourth place with a total team score of 894.
On the ladies individual scoreboard there was another upset day, ending with Jayvie Marie Agojo from the Philippines and Kelly Tan from Malaysia in a tie for the top spot with a total score of 289. Third place went to Supamas Sangchan from Thailand, who finished one shot behind with 290. Of the Indonesian ladies Ika Woro Palupi finished highest with 298 for a 9th place, with Nanda Winnet Soraya one place further back with 300, Made Dita Widyantari in 14th place with 306 and Gianti Mahardika on an 18th place with 308.
Lion City Cup
To complete their dominance the Lion City Cup is as well in Thai hands, where their juniors dominated all four days and with a total team score of 870 outclassed the whole field. Second place Malaysia (903) finished a whopping 33 strokes back, before the Philippines a further 7 strokes for a total team score of 910. The host junior team was able to reduce some of the margin with fifth place Singapore (922), but were already too far back and finished the tournament in 6th and last place with a total team score of 924. Fourth place for the juniors went to Hong Kong, who finished on 917.
Thailand's Boonma Danthai finished on top with a total score of 284, with countryman Suvajanakorn Nattawat in second with 287. Third place went to Low Khai Jei from Malaysia who ended with a total score of 295. Local junior Peter Gunawan was able to climb a number of positions to finish on 7th place with a total score of 302. Further back Dicky Prionggo and Joshua Andrew Wirawan shared 18th place with a score of 315, in front of Kevin Caesario Akbar who finished 20th with a total of 320.
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