SEOUL - Australian Matthew Griffin won his second OneAsia title in less than a year on Sunday when the final round of the SK Telecom Open was called off without a shot being played because of thick fog. Griffin can credit a spectacular 40-foot putt from off the back of the 18th green Saturday for the win, as it gave him a one-shot lead over Korean veteran Kang Wook-Soon at the end of three rounds in the one billion won ($900,000) tournament. The tournament ended in similar circumstances in 2011 when Kurt Barnes was declared the winner after fog prevented any play in the final round. Built on a plateau on Jeju island, Pinx Golf Club is prone to rolling fog from the extinct Mount Halla volcano, but the weather had been perfect for two rounds — albeit damp and windy for the third.–AFP