Aichi, Japan (SportsNetwork.com) - Seung-Hyuk Kim managed a 2-under on Sunday as he rallied to win the Top Cup Tokai Classic by one stroke.
Kim played steady golf throughout his round on the West Course at Miyoshi Country Club. He birdied the sixth in the midst of posting 12 pars in the first 13 holes.
He then birdied the 14th and 16th to move to 8-under. Kim tripped to a bogey at 18, but held on to win for the first time on the Japan Golf Tour.
Hyung-Sung Kim led entering the final round, but tripped to a 2-over 74. He tied for second at minus-6 with Jung-Gon Hwang (70). In-Hoi Hur (73) finished alone in fourth at 5-under-par 283.
Yuta Ikeda (67), Yoshinori Fujimoto (70) and Kazuhiko Hosokawa (71) shared fifth place at minus-4.