Quietly Angelo Que has become quite the course form horse at Hong Kong GC and he’ll be hoping to get another ride in this week’s UBS Hong Kong Open.
For a while the Philippine veteran struggled with the Hong Kong GC layout, going 3-for-9. But when he did make the last two rounds he flagged that there was something he liked about the track, posting T13 in 2006 and T11 in 2008. In the last three years he has underlined, rubber-stamped and highlighted that by finishing T5, T2 and T13. In fact, two years ago he posted 65-69-67-66 to tie Scott Hend, forcing extra holes with a pinpoint approach to the final hole that he later described as "the shot of my life". Unfortunately, when the pair replayed that hole, Que missed the green and failed to scramble his par so lost out. He and Miguel Tabuena failed to sync in the World Cup, finishing last of the 28 teams, but prior to that he was T11 in the prestigious Dunlop Phoenix Tournament on the Japan Tour. Tue, Dec 6, 2016 10:28:00 AM