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Sam Cyr leads by 2 midway through Asian Tour event
October 4, 2013 - Robert Collias
In my mind it has always been a matter of when — not if — King Kekaulike High School graduate Sam Cyr would make his mark on the Asian Tour.
The time is now.
Cyr leads the $600,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters event by two strokes after two rounds.
This comes from asiantour.com:
The 27-year-old dropped two shots on holes 14 and 16 but stormed back gallantly with four birdies on holes one, five, six and seven in his inward front-nine.
“I had lots of god’s grace today as I had a couple of hiccups. But I’m definitely playing good. There’s something about this golf course that I really like. It’s tough as it makes you think and you’ve to hit good golf shots which are really crucial here,” said Cyr.
“I’ve to keep doing what I’ve been doing for the past two days and if I can continue to hit the fairways and hole those putts, I’ll be in a very good position come Sunday,” added the American.
Here is the leaderboard.
And here is the Asian Tour Order of Merit, where Cyr entered this event 81st with $21,271.
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