After an exciting weekend at the Hong Kong Open we take a closer look at the final round of the colourful and charismatic Angelo Que of the Philippines by Dan Butler

Angelo Que lights up Hong Kong Open

Angelo Que on the first teeAngelo Que began the final round 2 shots behind leader Marcus Fraser who sat atop the leader board at 11 under. Photography: Getty Images/ Ian Walton

Angelo Que

Que’s precision iron play led to 7 birdies in his final round of 66 at the Hong Kong Golf Club. Photography: Getty Images/ Ian Walton

Angelo Que's approach to the 18th

The shot of the day came from the rough on the 18th where Que stuck his approach shot to a foot from the pin for a tap-in birdie forcing a playoff with Australia’s Scott Hend. Photography: Getty Images/ Stanley Chou

Angleo Que's chips onto 18th green

The flamboyant Filipino was unable to match Hend’s par on the first playoff hole after an under-hit chip onto the 18th green. Photography: Getty Images/ Ian Walton

Angelo Que and Scott Hend

Gracious in defeat, Que shared a laugh with Hend after the two shook hands to conclude a a successful week for both players. Photography: Getty Images/ Stanley Chou