Runner-up finish shows Ervin’s ready for the Games

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  • Saturday, 15 Jul 2017

Ervin Chang

PETALING JAYA: National golfer Ervin Chang’s runner-up finish at the Singapore Amateur Open is proof that he has what it takes to vie for individual honours at next month’s KL SEA Games.

The 19-year-old US-based golfer carded rounds of 71-70-69 to finish with a three-day total of six-under 210 at the Singapore Island Country Club yesterday for his career-best result.

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