Amir stays on track for Masters title


PETALING JAYA: Golfer Amir Nazrin hopes to win a title before he retires next year. And the 25-year-old seemed to be on the right track to achieving it as he hung on to his top position on the second day of the Selangor Masters at the Seri Selangor Golf Club yesterday.

He shared the lead with Thailand’s Denwit Boriboonsub on five-under 137 after carding one-over 72 in the Asian Development Tour event. Amir was the leader after the first round on Wednesday following a sparkling six-under 65.

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