Quiban fights back, shoots 69 in Phuket golf tourney

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Jan Veran – Philstar.com November 26, 2021 | 8:43am MANILA, Philippines – Out of competitive play for quite some time, Justin Quiban shook of the rust and turned in a gutsy three-under 69, four strokes behind American John Catlin, who grabbed the lead at dusk on a solid 65 behind a stirring two-eagle feat at the start of the Blue Canyon Phuket Championship in Phuket, Thailand Thursday. Quiban submitted his 36-33 card in one of the late flights in a long day in the $1 million championship at the Canyon course marking the restart of the Asian Tour after a 20-month hiatus. The two-time Philippine…

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