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Date: January 28th - 31st 

Tournament: SMBC Singapore Open          

Venue: Sentosa Golf Club 

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Mixed fortunes at Singapore Open
Written by Bruce Young   
Saturday, 30 January 2016
Despite a brilliant second round of 66 at the SMBC Singapore Open at the Sentoa Golf Club, Brendan has missed the cut by an agonising one shot after being forced to wait more than 20 hours to see whether his 2 over par total would be good enough.

As it turned out it wasn't, Brendan falling one short of the required mark.

Brendan completed his morning second round after a horror opening round of 78 set him a mounmental task if he was to make it to the final 36 holes. He would need a round in the mid sixties it seemed and when he signed for 66 the chance was there for it to become a reality.


As conditions worsened on day two his chances were not exactly forlorn but when bad weather stopped play late on day two he would be forced to wait out his fate.

Day three saw generally improved conditions in the morning as nearly half the field returned to complete round two and with them came some good scoring. Even so, there were times when Brendan got within just two players of playing the third round but eventually he finished one shot short.

So it was a trip of mixed emotions, the gut wrenching start made up for by an encouraging second round of 66.

Brendan will play next at the ISPS Handa BMW New Zealand Open beginning on March 10th although he might also ook for an earlier option in Australia subject to availability.


Brendan plays Singapore Open
Written by Bruce Young   
Monday, 25 January 2016
Brendan is on his way to Singapore for this week's SMBC Singapore Open, the reason for the early start to his season being that this event is jointly sanctioned between the Asian and Japan Tours and offers the opportunity for Brendan to make a fast start to season 2016.


Brendan has not played competitvely since missing the cut at the Australian PGA Championship after finishing 6th at the Casio World Open the previous week.


"I've managed to play a bit the last couple of weeks and things are feeling ok," said Brendan before leaving.