Thursday, January 05, 2017

Daniel Thompsett from Aboyne needs strong finish to reach Asian Tour Final Q School
Scots Daniel Thompsett from Aboyne and Dubai-based Daniel Hendry need to produce strong finishes if they are to progress to next week's Asian Tour Final Qualifying School from the current Section B eliminating competitions from which only the leading 25 and ties at both Bangkok, Thailand venues will advance.
Thompsett, a graduate of Rocky Mountain College, USA, is meantime sharing 52nd place in a field of 121 at Suvarnabhumi Golf and Country Club. 
He has had rounds of 73 and 69 for two-under-par 142 to survive the halfway cut to the leading 80 players and ties with 36-hole tallies of par 144 and better.
Another Scot, Dylan Docherty (74-73 for 147) missed the cut.
Hendry, a Scottish amateur international, is joint 43rd in a field of 115 at Windsor Park Golf Club. He has had rounds of 74 and 69 for one-under 143, six shots inside the cut mark.
Swiss amateur Michael Harradine fired an eight-under-par 64 to share the second round lead with Sejun Yoon of the United States and Varanyu Rattanaphiboonkij of Thailand on 14-under 130 at Qualifying School Section B on Thursday at  Suvarnabhumi G&C.
At Windsor Park GC, Japan’s Kento Nakai leads by one shot on nine-under-par 135 from England's Steve Parry..

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