Bhullar, Himmat sure to miss cut in Korea
Yeoju (Korea): Gaganjeet Bhullar made an early exit from the CJ Invitational Hosted by KJ Choi as he carded a horrendous 12-over 84, which included a dreaded 10 on par-4 ninth, here today.
Everything went wrong for Bhullar, who had a 77 in his first round.
Also sure to miss the cut was Himmat Rai, who had opened with a 69 in the rain-hit first round that was completed in the morning and then followed up with a 80 that included a triple bogey on par-5 14th and a double bogey on 18th.
Randhawa, who shot 67 in first round ran into a double bogey on third and dropped to three-under.
Speaking on his first round, Randhawa said, "I played well and didn`t make any bogeys. I`m really happy with my first round performance because I haven`t been playing too often."
"I went to sleep during the weather delay! My caddy was looking for me and I was in the medical room but nobody could find me. It was a good rest because I was ready to go after that and came back with a good score," he added.
On his absence from the Tour for a considerable period, he said, "I took May and June off and have been trying to get physically fit. I wanted to get back in shape and get my game right."
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