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SKALI Seminar on CMS

Australia's Rick Kulacz kisses his trophy after winning the Brunei Open 2008 in the capital of Bandar Seri Begawan August 24, 2008. Kulacz beats Taipei's Lu Wen-teh in a play-off after both players finished on 13-under-par 271 and claiming the prize money of USD47,550. Ahim Rani (Brunei) Congratulations to Australian rookie Rick Kulacz who holed a stunning bunker shot for birdie to defeat Chinese Taipei’s Lu Wen-teh in a play-off and win the Brunei Open on Sunday. Kulacz, the 2001 world junior champion, produced one of the shots of the season to capture his maiden Asian Tour title at Empire Hotel and Country Club after tying Lu on 13-under-par 271.

The 23-year-old, who held the overnight lead, overcame an early double bogey on his first hole en route to a one-under-par 70 in the final round but was caught by Lu, who closed out with a 67.

In the first hole of a sudden-death shootout, Kulacz and Lu found the greenside bunker at the par four 18th hole and after Lu had splashed out to five feet, the Perth-based Kulacz produced the unlikeliest of winning shots.

“My uncle Terry died earlier this year and he’s always told me to believe in myself. I want to dedicate this to him and I felt that he was with me during the play-off,” said Kulacz, who earned US$47,550.

Tks AR for the solid pic!


Pics taken during a seminar on Content Management System (CMS) conducted by Skali Brunei Sdn Bhd last week. The seminar, which was held at the iCentre in Anggrek Desa, was facilitated by Kristofer Ladores and Syamsul Fakri, an IT developer of Skali. The one-day talk was aimed at educating the public about the benefits of using CMS for their organisation or business.






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