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Bo Van Pelt's win takes him into top 25
It was just the third professional win in his career but Bo Van Pelt’s runaway win at the Asia Pacific Classic has him ahead of the likes of Jim Furyk and British Open champion Darren Clarke and PGA champion Keegan Bradley.

The 36-year-old from Indiana completed a six-shot victory at the Mines Golf Club in Selangor, Malaysia.

Van Pelt led by one overnight and was quickly into his stride with a tap-in birdie at the par-five third, which was swiftly followed by another birdie at the fourth.

More back-nine birdies saw Van Pelt stretch his lead over player partner Overton and he finished with a round of 64.

"I played well all day," Van Pelt said. "I didn't make any bogeys. I just tried to play to game plan all week."

"My swing felt good right at the first warmup and I kind of continued that all week and had confidence with what I wanted to do with my golf swing."

The win takes Van Pelt to World Number 25, up 14 places.

The other significant move on up the rankings was Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia.

In a resurgent two week period, the 31-year-old won at both the Castello Masters and the Andalucía Masters.

The consecutive homeland victories have taken Garcia up to No. 18, an improvement of 13 positions, back in the World Top 20 after an absence of more than a year and a half.

England’s Luke Donald and Lee Westwood remain at in the top two spots, although Rory McIlroy could take Westwood’s position with a superior result at the forthcoming World Golf Championships in Shanghai.  

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