After 4 days of competition, with a total score 18-over par, 17-year-old golfer Truong Chi Quan defended his title in Amateur Division that he won at the Vietnam Golf Championship in 2014. Meanwhile, golfer Le Huu Giang won the best gross in Non-Amateur Division with a total score 29-over par.
On November 29 – the last day of the championship, the spectators continued to witness the impressive perfomance of Truong Chi Quan in the Amateur Division. Starting at tee No.1 at 8:12 with Do Duy Hien and Do Le Gia Dat – two golfers who were being ranked 2nd 3rd on charts. Truong Chi Quan quickly showed his superiority right from the first holes. After first 9 holes, Quan’s score was just 1-over par, meanwhile, Gia Dat’s was 3-over par and Duy Hien’s was 7-over par. Although Quan didn’t have a good score on the back 9 holes, with a safe distance from behind golfers, Quan made him the winner of the national and most important event of the year.
Do Le Gia Dat – the 2013 winner finished his 4 rounds with a total score of 29-over par and reached the 2nd place. Do Duy Hien ranked 3rd with the total score of 30-over par.
In contrast with amateur division, the final day of the competition in the Non-Amateur division was a fierce contest as the gap between top golfers was very small. All participants still had a chance to get the ticket to Ho Tram Open – the Asia’s Grandest Stage which will take place from December 5th, 2015. After 18 holes, with the total score 29-over par, golfer Le Huu Giang has become the new winner in Non-Amateur Division at the Vietnam Golf Championship 2015.
With the score 33-over par, 4 golfers Nguyen Van Thong, Trinh Van Tho, Pham Minh Tuan, Doan Van Dinh shared the 2nd place. Golfer Lau A Tay ranked 6th with the score of 35-over par.
At the award ceremony that took place on the final day, beside the trophies and prizes that were awarded to 3 golfers who had the best results in two divisions, the organizing board also awarded the 500-milion-dong hole in one prize sponsored by An Duong Trade And Advertising J.S.C to golfer Ngo Cong Manh who hit a hole in one on the third day of competition at the hole No.3.