Ervin beats himself up following missed birdies


Dejected: Ervin Chang watches his shot during the third round of the Malaysian Open. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Young golfer Ervin Chang was mad at himself after struggling in the third round but has vowed to keep the dream going for Malaysia.

It was a frustrating day for Ervin as he found himself five strokes off the pace heading into the final round of the IRS Prima Malaysian Open at the Mines Resort and Golf Club yesterday.

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