Zimbabwean Vincent claimed the while Korea’s Park won the ‒ impressively, for both, it is the second time they have triumphed this year.
Just three weeks ago Vincent won for the first time in Japan at the Sansan KBC August, and yesterday recorded at three-stroke victory at Sapporo Golf Club Wattsu Course.
He started the final round five off the lead but charged through with a six-under-par 66 for a brilliant 18 under total. Japan’s Tomoharu Otsuki finished second.
“I am really very happy with the second win,” said Vincent.
“It was a tricky situation to play in the wind, but I think my game plan worked. I think the driver shots and iron shots were all good.”
Park secured his 10th victory in Korea thanks to a two-shot win over countryman Hanbyul Kim at Farmy Hills Country Club.
“I’m always happy to win any tournament. I’m proud and happy that I set a record of 10 wins on the Korean Tour and surpassed 4 billion won in cumulative prize money,” said Park, who is a two-time winner on the Asian Tour.