MANILA - Australian Marcus Both won an emotional two-shot victory at the Philippine Open Sunday to seal an amazing comeback after a "hard road" of a year which saw him almost leaving the game. Both, 35, sank a bogey on the last hole giving him his third Asian Tour victory after winning the 2009 Cambodian Open and the 2003 Sanya Open in China. He posted a two-under-par 70 for a winning total of six-under-par 282, $300,000 tournament. Both, who lost his Asian Tour card last season after a run of poor form and had to rely on a sponsor's invitation this week, was almost speechless with joy after his victory.  "People say they haven't seen me smile this much ever," he said. "The last 12 months have been really tough. I kind of feel some vindication in some ways for making the choices that I have.”–AFP