The Associated Press
Mar. 09, 1991
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) _ Chen Liang-hsi of Taiwan won the $150,000 Indonesia Open Golf Tournament, the fifth leg of the Asian Circuit, with an even-par 72 Saturday for a 11- under-par 277.
Chen started the front nine by bogeying the par-4 first and par-3 fifth holes. He then birdied the par-4 sixth hole, but had another bogey on the par- 3 eighth hole.
On the back nine, Chen, ranked fourth on the Asian Circuit, shot four birdies against two bogeys.
Frankie Minoza of the Philippines fired a 2-under-par 70 to place second, two strokes behind Chen.
Chen's Taiwanese compatriots Kuo Chien-hsiung, Li Wen-sheng and Wang Ter- chang shared third place with Toms David of the United States with 281s.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Tomas Zdrazila of Czechoslovakia defeated Adam Malik of Malaysia 6-4, 6-2 to win the singles title in the Malaysian International Satellite Masters Tennis Championship Saturday.
Zdrazila received $1,600 for his victory, while Adam won $1,200.
Vincent van Gelderen and Willem Jan Lodder of the Netherlands won the doubles title, defeating Adam and American Richard Benson 5-7, 6-3, 6-4.
INZELL, Germany (AP) - Dan Jansen of the United States won two World Cup speed-skating races Saturday, the 500 and 1,000 meters, on the first day of competition.
Also on Saturday, Soviet skater Igor Schelesovksi captured the World Cup title in the 1,000 meters by placing second behind Jansen.
Jansen skated the 500 meters in 36.82 seconds and the 1,000 meters in 1:14.17.
Schelesovski finished .24 seconds behind Jansen in the 500. Third was another Soviet athlete, Andrei Bachvalov, with a time of 37.16.
Schelesovski finished the 1,000 meters at 1:14.28, followed by Japan's Yasunori Miyabe with 1:14.56.
Sunday's races will determine the remainder of the World Cup standings.