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Poor start costs Daniel

New Delhi, March 11: Daniel’s return to New Delhi – the place where he grew up – proved to be a disappointing trip as he missed the halfway cut at the Hero Indian Open, jointly-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tour.

He carded rounds of 78 and 74 at the demanding DLF Golf and Country Club. However, there was plenty to be positive about as it was only his front nine on the opening day of the tournament that cost him. He went out in six-over, which made it difficult to recover from.

England’s Matt Wallace claimed the title after beating countryman Andrew Johnston, best known as “Beef”, on the first hole of a sudden-death play-off.

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Next Stop Myanmar

Singapore, January 20: Daniel carded rounds of 73 and 74 in the SMBC Singapore Open to miss the halfway cut by five shots.

He fought hard to try and make it through to the weekend at Sentosa Golf Club but a couple of double bogeys on the  front nine in round two proved costly. He had toured the back nine in one under.

The talented Swede heads to the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open next week, which like Singapore is jointly-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour Organisation.

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First up: SMBC Singapore Open

Singapore, January 17: Daniel competes in the SMBC Singapore Open this week on the highly-regarded Serapong Course at Sentosa Club.

The US$1 million tournament tees-off tomorrow with Daniel playing alongside Angelo Que from the Philippines and Australian Adam Bland at 1.20pm.

Daniel finished strongly last year on the Asian Tour when he tied for 13th the Indonesian Masters in December.

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