• Angelo QUE

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Biography

Angelo is one of the most jovial players on Tour. Earned the nickname ‘Human Highlighter’ due to his bright and colour golfing attire.Has been known to play in tournaments without playing a practice round.

Asian Tour Victories

    • Angelo is a three-time winner on the Asian Tour, with the most precious being the 2008 Philippine Open.Enjoyed career high on the Order of Merit in 2014 when he finished in sixth place, thanks to a runner-up finish at the UBS Hong Kong Open where he lost to Scott Hend in a play-off
    • Hit a memorable approach shot into the final green to force a play-off
    • Finished tied eighth at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia
    • In 2015 and 2016, he has split his time between Asia and Japan, enjoying a tied seventh at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters in 2015 and equal fourth at the Hero Indian Open in 2016
    • Only one missed cut in nine starts in 2016
    • Posted six top-10s in 2013 and qualified for his third appearance at the World Cup of Golf in Australia
    • In 2010, Angelo claimed third Asian Tour victory at the Selangor Masters when he defeated England's Chris Rodgers in a play-off
    • Hit form in 2008 when he on the Philippine Open and earned a major appearance at the British Open through qualifying
    • Also qualified for his first World Cup with partner Mars Pucay
    • They finished tied 10th
    • Angelo won his maiden Asian Tour title in 2004, lifting the Carlsberg Masters Vietnam after beating Thongchai Jaidee and former US Open champion Corey Pavin
    • Entered the tournament ranked a lowly 122nd and had submitted his Qualifying School forms but produced a two-stroke victory
    • Won the Philippine Amateur title in 2000 and 2001
    • Also finished third in the Eisenhower Trophy Individual Category in Malaysia in 2002
    • In 2003, he earned his Tour card by finishing tied second in Qualifying School.

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