Que wavers, drops to tie for 17th
Dante Navarro (The Philippine Star) - November 9, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Angelo Que blew a hot start and faltered with a three-over 74 yesterday, dropping from joint lead to a share of 17th halfway through the Heiwa PGM Championship now paced by Scott Vincent of Zimbabwe at the PGM Golf Resort Okinawa in Japan.

Que, who fumbled with a late bogey Thursday to settle for a share of the first-round lead with two others at 66, took solo control with birdies in the first two holes, only to yield the strokes on No. 3 with a double-bogey. He dropped two more shots on Nos. 6 and 8 and put his third birdie on No. 11 to naught with back-to-back bogeys from No. 14.

With a 140 aggregate, the power-hitting Filipino slipped to joint 17th, now eight shots behind Vincent, who sizzled with an eagle-spiked 65 to storm ahead at 132, two strokes ahead of Katsumasa Miyamoto, who pooled a 134 after 68.

Juvic Pagunsan carded a second straight 72 for joint 52nd at 144.

Over in Thailand, Miguel Tabuena shot a second straight 70 and made the Thailand Open cut at 140 but stood seven shots behind Poom Pattaropong, who assembled a 134 after a 65. 

Justin Quiban also carded a 70 for a 141 to advance to the weekend play but Clyde Mondilla missed the cut at 142 with a 146 after a 72. Lloyd Go also failed to advance with a 75 for a 149.                     

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