Poulter's 72 enough for 1-shot victory
SINGAPORE -- Briton Ian Poulter overcame a midround swoon to fire a 1-over 72 and win the Singapore Open by one shot Sunday, finishing the $5 million event at 10-under 274 for a wire-to-wire victory.
China's Liang Wenchong finished second at 9-under-par, with Australian pair Scott Hend and Adam Scott tied for third, another shot behind Poulter, who won for the first time on the European Tour since the 2006 Madrid Open.
"I was playing fairly solid but mis-hit some shots," Poulter
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