Determined Golfer aims for a good show in the event
The start-stop-start saga continued at the Barclay's Singapore Open as rain and lightning once again came in the way of the day's programme.other Updated: Nov 01, 2009 01:56 IST
The start-stop-start saga continued at the Barclay's Singapore Open as rain and lightning once again came in the way of the day's programme. With weather playing spoilsport for the third day in succession, none of the 70 players who made the cut had finished their rounds when play was called off at 5.35 p.m. on Saturday in the event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tours.
Gaganjeet Bhullar, who started the third round in tied 13th place, had played 10 holes in his third round to slip 20th and was three-under for the tournament and with a chance to aim for another top-10 this season. Jyoti Randhawa, the only other Indian to make the cut, seemed to be going fine till he dropped a double bogey on fifth, his last hole before the stoppage. From one-under for two rounds, he had slipped to even par for 50 holes.