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Topic - Shohei Hasegawa
Lee Chang-woo of South Korea won the Asia-Pacific Amateur by three shots Sunday to earn a trip to the Masters in April.
Shohei Hasegawa of Japan and Lee Chang-woo of South Korea battled 25 mph gusts and temperatures in the mid-50s to share the lead going into the final two rounds of the Asia-Pacific Amateur.
"My putting let me down over the weekend, and I hope to return next year to get the trophy," Hasegawa said. "But I'm very glad to have a chance to qualify for the (British) Open. I think this is a great chance for my golfing career."
"If the conditions stay the same, I don't think really low scores are possible," said Hasegawa, who has made the cut in three Japan Golf Tour events this year. "The key is knowing which holes to attack and which holes to be conservative."