The Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia PGA Championship was won by Korean Choi Ho-sung, with a tournament total of -19 under par. Choi Ho-sung / OneAsia Choi Ho-sung had a last round of -5 under par , 67, the sweetly smiling winner said he could not believe it, he had to pull out of the Thailand Open event two weeks ago because the stifling heat and drenching humidity made it impossible for him to compete. Here he was better prepared, but was worried at the end that the three hour storm delay would prevent the tournament from finishing on the day at the Arnold Palmer designed Emeralda Golf Club course. "I can't believe it. I thought we would might not be able to finish. I really didn't want to have to do it all over again tomorrow. I was better prepared this time, I had enough towels and ice, and I used an umbrella around the course." There were three players tied in second place at -17 under par, Filipino Juvic Pagunsan, with a last round -6 under par 66, which put him as leader in the club house, an hour ahead of the last groups. He was joined on that score by Korean youngster Song Young-han, who had a last round of -4 under par 68, and Kaname Yokoo of Japan, he had a final round of -2 under par 70. Juvic said he looked at the leaderboard as he finished, and he was leading; "I didn't expect to be making such a strong challenge, but as I finished I saw Choi had dropped a shot on 15 and suddenly I was in the lead." The season-opening Thailand Open and this tournament were co-sanctioned by both OneAsia and the Japan Golf Tour Organisation, bringing together one of the most powerful Asia-Pacific fields ever assembled. Augusta National, Masters bound Thai, Thaworn Wiratchant, the reigning Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, guaranteed himself a good payday with a share of seventh place at -15 under par. He was joined on that score with former OneAsia money list winners Scott Strange of Australia and China's Liang Wenchong .