Most of the talk from this week’s Indian Open will be about the difficulty of the DLF course. With so many top players struggling to cope and the cut falling at +6, it has proven to be the toughest test on Tour in recent times.
It’s not often twelve players withdraw or purposely get disqualified from a tournament, but this week was not a typical week on Tour.
Has there ever been a week where every score from 1 to 12 was recorded in an event? Well…this one…
Unfortunately, for Soomin Lee, a second round 78 left him on +7 and missing the cut by one shot. After opening with a +1 73, Lee looked to be in a good position to tee it up over the weekend, but a few costly dropped shots towards the end of his second round proved to be pivotal.
Lee will now have a fortnight off to work on his game before heading to Morocco and then Shenzen, where he is the defending champion.
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