Singapore Open aim to play 72 holes despite weather disruptions

Singapore Open chiefs to keep 72 holes
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Singapore Open director Jose Maria Zamora says that they aim to complete 72 holes but they will consider cutting it down to 54 if the weather does not improve.

Singapore Open director Jose Maria Zamora has insisted that they are hoping to complete the 72 holes of the contest, despite adverse weather conditions halting play.

The contest has been suspended twice so far in the tournament, with the second day being called off at a time when half of the field had not yet emerged to play the second round.

"Our aim is still to complete 72 holes," said Zamora. "However, if we do suffer more delays we would then decide whether to reduce the tournament to 54 holes or complete the fourth round on Monday."

Englishman Simon Dyson took the clubhouse lead this morning with a six-under-par 69.

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