Three cuts made out of three may not seem like much, but for Soomin Lee it shows that he is gaining some much needed consistency and confidence, after last year had promised so much, but produced very little. By last year, the reference is being made to his disappointing form after his Shenzen International victory.
This week at the Tshwane Open, Lee showed glimpses of his exceptional talent, but not enough to make a big impact on the tournament. His five under par aggregrate score, although never threatening the leaders, was enough for Lee to secure T-29th, one shy of equalling his best finish since last September, at the Porsche European Open.
It’s off to India next week for Lee, for the co-sanctioned Indian Open in Dehli.
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