#MondayRewind: 5 things we learned in Indonesia

Mon 21 Nov 2016

#MondayRewind: 5 things we learned in Indonesia

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Jakarta, November 21: It was a classic battle between youth and experience at the BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open. Youth prevailed at the end of an eventful week at the Pondok Indah Golf Course. Here are five other things that you should know about the Indonesian showpiece.
[dropcap style="default, circle, box, book"]1[/dropcap] With his win at the BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open, Bhullar is now the fifth player after Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand, Frank Nobilo of New Zealand, Frankie Minoza of the Philippines and Lu Hsi-chuen of Chinese Taipei to win the event twice.
[dropcap style="default, circle, box, book"]2[/dropcap]Jeev Milkha Singh showed he still has plenty of gas left in his tank. At 44, Singh continued to show he can still compete at the highest level. His tied-second result is his best finish since winning in Scotland in 2012.
Danthai Boonma of Thailand Danthai Boonma of Thailand
[dropcap style="default, circle, box, book"]3[/dropcap]The BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open was the second event to witness a Monday finish this year.
[dropcap style="default, circle, box, book"]4[/dropcap]Depsite the passing of his grandmother, American Johannes Veerman played through the emotional pain barrier to secure his best finish of tied-second this season.
[dropcap style="default, circle, box, book"]5[/dropcap]Indonesia's National Open is still awaiting its' first local winner since 1989. However with Danny Masrin (T14) and Almay Rayhan Yaqutah (T27) providing the bright sparks for the country golfing landscape, the wait would not be too long.
Ends.