Juvic Pagunsan formally concluded his maiden Olympic stint, finishing at solo 55th place out of 60 competitors in the men's individual golf after firing a total of one-over par 285.
Pagunsan finished his campaign strong with a one-under par 70 in the fourth round – his best score since tallying a five-under par 66 in the first round that put him at joint fifth place early in the tournament.
Eumir Marcial secured another medal for the Philippines in dominant fashion after a swift first-round knockout win over Arman Darchinyan of Armenia in the men's middleweight quarterfinals.
After a flurry of punches forced the referee to do a standing count on Darchinyan, Marcial ended the bout with 49 seconds left in the opening round as he sent the Armenian to the canvas with a nasty right hook.
Reaching the semifinals behind back-to-back first-round stoppage wins, Marcial is already guaranteed of at least a bronze as he makes it three medals for the Philippines in Tokyo.
Will boxer Eumir Marcial add another medal to the Philippines' tally in the Tokyo Olympics?
Marcial gets a crack at securing at least a bronze as he faces Arman Darchinyan of Armenia in the men's middleweight quarterfinals at 11:36 am on Sunday, August 1.
The 25-year-old is fresh from a first-round stoppage win over Younes Nemouchi of Algeria – a victory Marcial looks to replicate against Darchinyan in his bid to stay in the hunt for a gold.
Earlier in the day, Juvic Pagunsan will see action in the fourth and final round of the men's individual golf at 6:30 am as he seeks to climb up the leaderboard, with the chance of a podium finish already looking bleak.
Finishing the opening round at joint fifth place, Pagunsan has dropped to joint 55th place in the 60-man field.