DR Kwan Man-woo produced the round of his life to lead a veteran Royal Hong Kong Golf Club team to victory in the Johnnie Walker Inter-Club Championship at Fanling yesterday. Kwan, playing off a handicap of 23, recovered from a disastrous triple-bogey six at the short par-three second to tour the New Course in 87 - six strokes better than his handicap. ''That's the best round I've had,'' said the general practitioner, who took up the game seriously four years ago when a bad back curtailed his tennis activities. Kwan's contribution was the key to his club's victory in the event in which the nett aggregate scores of each of the three players in different handicap sections are counted. Kwan, 50, was supported by 60-year-old Fung Sai-so, a 13-handicapper, and eight-handicapper Ernest Cheung Wing-on, who, at the age of 49, is the junior member of the side. Cheung returned a nett 71, while the normally reliable Fung, suffering from a sore throat, could only manage an 83. That gave the Royal Hong Kong team a total score of 218 - two shots ahead of runners-up Discovery Bay. Shek O, for whom Jim Mailer shot a 72 for the best individual gross score of the day, were third on 228 with Clearwater Bay a distant fourth on 241. Kwan, Fung and Cheung will now go on to represent the territory in the Johnnie Walker International Club Championship at China's Zhongshan Hot Spring Golf Club on November 6-7.