Of the 23 players who participated in the Iskandar Johor Open Championship 2010
Only five of the 23 players qualified to continue the challenge of Iskandar Johor Open 2010 after successfully passed the 'cut' on the second day of competition at the Horizon Club Hills, yesterday.
The five other steel they are a collection of three under-par 143 for ranked 29 while Shaaban Hussin, Danny Chia and Ben Leong, each dependent on the position to 48 after collecting an under-par 143 in addition to M sasidaran equal par 144.
"On the morning of the competition I played aggressively and successfully made four birdies and bogey three in the afternoon but the wind is quite strong sue my game sehigga difficult to make the best shot," Shaaban said the continuing challenges of relief after the third day today.
Competitive golf tournaments that offer prize money AS1.25 million (RM4 million) diungguli players from Ireland, Harrington Paidraig the continuing dominance on the second day after collecting 13 under par 131 when performing a five under par 67. "Satisfied satisfied with my game today (yesterday) when it is able to maintain pace with the double eagle on the final nine holes. Should be on the 11th hole I was able to do one or two under but not berjaya.Apapun five under par was enough Harrington said.
closely followed the player from Taiwan, Lin Weng Tan, which is located in second after successfully collected 12 under par 132 at the same time improve the position on the first day when you are in sixth place but almost intercepted Harrington made eagle on failure.
Today (yesterday) I was hitting good shots just failed in a fairway shot at close range and even helped me a lot but in the opening ball in the hole 16 into the sand.
I've never played with Padraig but not a barrier to continued excellence in the competition the next day (today), "Weng kataa tan ever emerged champion five times in the Asian tour.
Also striking is the player South Korea, Lee Sung to collect 10 under par 134 to move into the third after the fourth position on the first day of competition. Malang directly against the defending champion, Kj Choi of South Korea failed to meet the forecast untum improve the competitive position of the best Iskandar Johor Open after only doing four under par 140.
Champion two years ago, Retief Goosen of South Africa also suffered the same fate after the founder of the stairs to-29-12 from the stairs to the first day after finishing with a three-under-par 141.