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Golfer Lahiri drops to tied 23rd at CIMB Classic

16 October 2017

American Pat Perez fired a third round eight under par 64 under sweltering heat to extend his overnight advantage to four shots at the CIMB Classic on Saturday.

Perez sealed his first title in nearly a year despite carding a modest three-under 69 in the final round, courtesy of a strong start with three birdies in the first four holes.

Perez, who had been two shots off the lead following a first round 66, hit eight birdies after starting his round on the 10th tee.

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Xander Schauffele was unable to get going, carding an even-par 72 in the final round to finish tied for third with Kang Sung (71), seven shots behind Perez.

Firing the day's low round, Matsuyama carded five straight birdies from No. 4, added another on No. 10 before finishing his round with three straight to shave one stroke off his deficit with Perez.

"I'm not going to change anything - I'm still not going to work out". I'm going to go out and try to hit a little better, make some putts and we'll see what happens. I'll still have a bad diet and I'm going to enjoy myself.I'm really not going to change anything.

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Kim Meen Whee, the golf gold medallist at the 2010 Asian Games, chose the flawless time for a hole-in-one, his ace on the par-three 15th earning him a new BMW vehicle from the sponsoring German auto maker.

Cameron Smith during his closing 64 at TPC Kuala Lumpur. The $7 million CIMB Classic is co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and Asian Tour.

Thailand's Poom, who made six of his seven birdies on the front nine, said: "I played without any expectations".

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US PGA champion Justin Thomas has won the event for the past two years and started the defence of his title with an opening 70 that featured five birdies and three bogeys.

Golfer Lahiri drops to tied 23rd at CIMB Classic