Singapore's young golfers dominated the competition at the MacGregor Hong Kong Open Junior Championship by taking three of the top five places after yesterday's final round. Sixteen-year-old rising Singaporean Goh Kun Yang took top honours at the Discovery Bay Golf Club thanks to his two-round total of 143. Staying focused under difficult conditions and playing at a steady pace, the resolute Goh shot three birdies, three bogeys and recorded just one double-bogey during his round. Hong Kong's golfers failed to make an impact on the tournament, having had to overcome bad weather and tough competition from the overseas contingent, which numbered more than 100 youngsters. With Wednesday's play suspended because of unexpected thunderstorms, the junior golfers had to endure crowded conditions yesterday. The Singaporean contingent, however, braved the weather and stood out from the crowd in all aspects - uniform, demeanour and overall results. Smartly dressed in matching red shirts, the Singaporean golfers kept calm under pressure as many of their rivals started to throw tantrums and even shed tears. They were ably led by Goh, who was delighted by the island nation's day of triumph. 'It's the first time I've won a competition,' said the bespectacled Goh. 'I've been struggling a bit with my game and this will really boost my confidence. 'Hopefully, I'll prosper further,' added Goh, who said that Tiger Woods was his inspiration early in his career although he now modelled himself on Ernie Els.