Felipe Aguilar shoots 28 on back nine to win European event

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

Felipe Aguilar was immense on Sunday in Singapore. (Getty Images)
Felipe Aguilar was immense on Sunday in Singapore. (Getty Images)

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Felipe Aguilar used an insane back nine 28 (a 28!) to win the Championship at Laguna National by one stroke over David Lipsky.

His 28 (and 62 for the day) included this holed-out eagle on the last hole to get him to 22 under for the tournament.

Here's a look:

It was the first time a golfer has won a European Tour event by holing a second shot on a par four on the final hole.

Here's his ridiculous card:

The 62 is the lowest final round by a winner in the history of the Championship, beating the 66 (-6) of Graeme McDowell in 2008.

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