Que eyes end of PGT slump

Que eyes end of PGT slump

Angelo Que shoots for an unprecedented fourth win. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Angelo Que is out to break a winless streak on the Philippine Golf Tour (PGT) when he rolls into the ICTSI Villamor Philippine Masters onboard a couple of strong performances on the Asian Development Tour.

The P2-million championship tees off on Wednesday at Villamor Golf Club with Que adding flavor to a field after coming off a solo 12th place finish in the All Thailand Partnership Trophy and tying for ninth in the Phuket Open, both within the last three weeks.

“Momentum-wise, I’ve been playing solid since the start of the season. I’ve been making cuts but haven’t been finishing that strong yet on the weekends,” said Que during yesterday’s pro-am tournament. “However, the momentum is there, and as long as I keep it up, maybe, finally, I can do something great.”

The three-time Asian Tour winner narrowly missed victory by three strokes to Clyde Mondilla in the recent PGT leg at Caliraya Springs. However, his runner-up finish, coupled with impressive results in Thailand, underscores Que’s potential to contend for the crown in the 72-hole championship sponsored by ICTSI.

However, Que, who last won in the 2019 PGT Asia event at Manila Southwoods, will face a tough lineup, including defending champion Jhonnel Ababa, who won the season-opener in Davao, and Lloyd Go, who has honed his skills in Japan following a breakthrough win at Palos Verdes.

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