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KAZUHIRO NOGI/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Juvic Pagunsan bags P400,000 in the Japan Tour’s Golf Nippon Series JT Cup.

Juvic Pagunsan, coasting along the past three days, ended up tied for 26th on Sunday and bagged Y1,063,592  (P400,000) in the Japan Tour’s Golf Nippon Series JT Cup.

The 45-year-old Filipino was in the mix after a 68 on opening day before gradually sliding down the leaderboard. He finished nine-over in the tourney.

Taiga Semikawa bagged the championship with a 68 for 15-under 265 and a one-stroke triumph. He cashed in Y40 million (P15 million).

Fellow Japanese Takumi Kanaya and Keita Nakajima were tied for second with 14-under 266 and won Y12.5 million yen (P4.7 million) each.

Meanwhile, Filipinos Sean Ramos and Angelo Que settled for a share of 58th place following weak finishes on Sunday in the Taiwan Glass Taifong Open.

Ramos signed on a 75, while Que could only card 74 in the final round of the $400,000 tournament which served as penultimate offering of the Asian Tour.

The Filipinos finished with three-over 291, 22 shots behind the champion.

Thai Suteepat Prateepticuchai didn’t let up and posted a 68 on Sunday for a four-stroke victory. He had a 19-under 269 to capture his first ever Tour win.

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