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Torgah got his fourth African Tour win of the season, after claiming the 4th Portharcourt Classics  by one-stroke. Becoming the first player in history of the African Tour  to win four tournaments in a row.

The Ghanaian used a round of one-under par 69 on the final day at the Portharcourt Golf Club to get the victory. He finished the tournament at 3- under.

Torgah's fourth win of the season was slowed down by inclement weather during the second round when  Play was stopped for just over an hour as he was nearing the end of his round.

The Ghaniain also known as "Mr Consistency" himself was able to keep calm despite the pressures mounted on him by his compatriot Emos Korblah and homeboy Gift Willy who both played in the last group with him during the final round, while he maintained a solid finish  to win the tittle . 

"I was a bit disturbed and was playing under pressure, because I just was not feeling my swing the way I expected but it all turned out well for me at the end". Vincent said after wining the tournament.

The turning point came  at the hole fifteen par 5 where he made an eagle 3 which gave him a  two shot advantage over Emos Korblah and Gift Willy who were only able to make birdie and par respectively on same hole. 

Meanwhile Emos Korblah who had the chance of forcing a play off lost out after failing to make a three footer par putt on the penultimate hole 17th which left him at two-under par to settle for second place. 

Mike ubi, who had the solo lead after hole 16, fell into third  place at 1-under. While the winner of last year's event Olapade was only able to  finish 9th position as this year's edition of the tournament ends on a good note.

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