Play resumes at storm-hit Sentosa
The first round of the Singapore Open, which fell victim to thunderstorms and was suspended for four hours, has resumed.
The first round of the Singapore Open, which fell victim to early-morning thunderstorms and was suspended for four hours, has been restarted.
At that point Brits Chris Wood (after five holes) and Jamie Donaldson (after eight) shared the lead with India’s Manav Jaini (after seven), and Jyoti Randhawa (after six) at three under
Jaini, the early leader, had carded an eagle and a birdie through his first four holes on the Tanjong course at Sentosa Golf Club and Randhawa likewise over his first six holes.
Lanky Englishman Wood, in the meantinme had opened with three birdies on the trot and Donaldson had nullified his four birdies with a bogey.
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