JAKARTA, May 5 (Xinhua) -- Austrian golfer Bernd Wiesberger won international golf championship Indonesian Masters on Sunday after brushed aside his tough contenders South African Ernie Els and Japanese Daisuke Kataoka.
The three golfers were involved in a neck-to-neck competition to win the championship that provides total rewards of 750,000 U.S. dollars, sanctioned by Asian Tour.
In the last day of the golf championship that began on May 2 held in Royale Jakarta Golf Club, the 27 years old Austrian golfer booked birdies in 1, 8, 9 and 16 holes, eagle in hole 12 and boogey in hole 4.
On Sunday Wiesberger made 67 shots five under par. It gave him the championship as he totally booked 273 shots, 15 under par.
The legendary golfer Ernie Els won the second place with total shots of 274. Meanwhile Daisuke Kataoka, who led the score at the championship in the third round on Saturday, ended up in the third place with total shots of 275.
Thailand golfer Thongchai Jaidee finished fourth with 278.