GIFTED golf prodigy Roderick Staunton put Hong Kong on the world map by finishing third in the 10-and-under age category at the Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego, California. Staunton surprised the 200-strong field when he took the first day lead in the 54-hole tournament. He returned a four-under-par 52 at Presidio Hills - a shot, but by no means easy pitch-and-putt course. Staunton kept up the good work with a solid one-under-under 55 in the second round for a 107 aggregate, but it was not good enough for him to maintain his overnight lead. He slipped to second place behind American Mark Rosenseltus, who fired a blistering 51 on the second day to lead Staunton by one stroke. Staunton, however, failed to raise any hopes of catching the leader and carded a 57 in the final round for a 164 total which was only good enough to earn him third prize, four shots behind winner Rosenseltus. But he still captured the trophy for the best overseas player.