West Australian veteran Daniel Fox has turned solid form on the Asian Development Tour into his best result on Asia’s main tour with a tie for sixth at the Bank BRI Indonesia Open in Jakarta.
Top 20 in this event the past two years, the 42-year-old shot a back nine of 3-under 33 for the third straight day on Sunday to climb inside the top and register his highest ever finish on the Asian Tour.
Top 10 at both the SEC NZ PGA Championship and the SP PNG Golf Open, Fox has been top 10 in both of his most recent starts on the Asian Development Tour and was under par in each of his four rounds at the challenging Pondok Indah Golf Course, finishing seven shots behind the winner, Argentina’s Miguel Carballo.
Fellow West Australian Jarryd Felton also enjoyed his best week in Asia, a chip-in at the par-3 eighth the highlight of a front nine of 32 that carried him to a final round of 4-under 68 and a share of 10th.
Eight-under through 36 holes, Jake Higginbottom stumbled with a third round of 75 before finishing tied for 22nd level with Zach Murray, the Victorian now sixth in the Habitat for Humanity standings.
Queensland’s Andrew Dodt backed up his win at the Sarawak Championship to finish inside the top 30 alongside fellow Queenslander Aaron Pike, the pair moving up 27 places each courtesy of 4-unde rpar rounds of 68 on Sunday.
|Bank BRI Indonesia Open|
|Pondok Indah Golf Course, Indonesia|
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