Israelson bags the Singapore Open with ease

SINGAPORE: American Bill Israelson pocketed his biggest cheque to date when he scored a runaway six-stroke win in the Singapore Open Championships at the Bukit Course yesterday with a 17-under four-round score of 267. Israelson, who had a three-stroke lead over his nearest rivals into the final round, was under no pressure at all when he carded a five-under 66, putting him six strokes ahead of runnerup Frankie Minoza of the Philippines on 273. Another American, Todd Hamilton, took the third place on 274. He had shared the lead with Israelson after the second round, but fell behind Saturday with a one over 72. Israelson, 36, said after his victory: "I have always wanted to win the Singapore…

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Published on: 2 March 1992
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