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05 December 2009 :: 11:12:04 am 5819

Taiwan’s Chan Retains Narrow Lead In King’s Cup

Chan Yih-Shin held onto a narrow one-stroke lead after Friday’s second round of the King’s Cup Tournament, despite finishing the round one-over par 73.
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Khon Kaen, the 4th of December 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: The Taiwanese golfer [32], struggled on the “Khon Kaen Golf Club” greens finishing the round with only two birdies. In a round which saw him also manage three bogeys Chan finished at 7-under 137 for the tournament after two rounds, just one shot ahead of six players. The Kings Cup Tournament is the last competitive fixture in the Asian Tour season, with the top 65 golfers for the season gaining a tour card for next year.

Following the completion of his round on Friday, Chan stated “My putting just wasn’t clicking for me as I missed a lot of short putts. It was quite disappointing because the conditions were quite easy in the afternoon and I did not put in a good score. I have to concentrate in the last two rounds and hopefully my name will still be on top on Sunday.”

 

The chasing pack who remain one-shot off the pace include India’s Harmeet Kahlon who finished with 5 under-par 67 following a massive eagle putt on the 18th hole. “I had a very good round as my putts were falling and I was able to read the greens very well. I have been playing well on the Indian circuit so I’m not surprised to be doing well here,” said the elated Harmeet. His combined score of 136 after two rounds brings him level with compatriots Rahil Gangiee [second round score of 64] and Anirban Lahri [72].

The other players a shot off the lead were Lin Wen-hong of Taiwan, South Korea’s Kim Dae-hyun and Scotsman Ross Bain. Kim and Bain could have joined Chan atop the leader board but both bogeyed their final hole. Rahil Gangiee who equalled the course record of 64, set by Chan in the first round needs to finish the season in the top 65 to gain a tour card for next season.

At the start of the tournament he was 63rd in the rankings, stating “After yesterdays first round, I was outside the cut line and I was so stressed out and hit it all over the place. Today was something else, everything clicked; Now, I’m in a different kind of mode. I should be safe.”

Third round will commence on Saturday the 5th of December a special occasion due to it being the birthday of His Majesty the King, with the tournament being in his honour.

Reporter : Harry Roberts   Photo : Internet   Category : Sports News

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