Wi has top 15 finish at Deutsche bank
Koreas Charlie Wi blasted his second straight two-under-par
69 to finish in tied 14th place at the Deutsche Bank Championship
Wi, the 2006 Maybank Malaysian Open winner, fired three birdies
against a lone dropped shot in the final round for a four-day total
of 277. Phil Mickelson shot a 66 and took the title two strokes
ahead of Tiger Woods who claimed tied second spot for a 270 total.
Kevin Na slipped on the final day with a 76 in lone 69th spot while
Swedens Daniel Chopra posted his second consecutive 74 and
finished in joint 70th position for 288 total.
In Europe, Asian Tours James Kingston fired his second straight
two-under-par 71 and claimed tied 14th position at the Johnnie Walker
Championship in Gleneagles on Sunday.
With four birdies against two bogeys, Kingston, a multiple winner
on the Asian Tour, produced a four-day total of seven-under-par
285 and finished five strokes behind champion Marc Warren of Scotland.
Indias Shiv Kapur shot his best round of 70 in joint 26th
position for a 288 total while compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh, who
was last years Asian Tours UBS Order of Merit winner,
slipped with a 78 on the final day as he finished in tied 53rd spot.
Six stokes back was Thailands Chinarat Phadungsil who struck
a 76 in tied 64th place after a 299 total while Terry Pilkadaris
of Australia struggled to a 78 in lone 68th position.
September 4, 2007