It's deja vu at the Japan PGA Championship

BY Bruce Young | Japan Tour | 2004 Japan PGA Championship | Round One | 14 May 2004
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After round one of the Japan PGA Championship in Kohchi in southern Japan was abandoned due to strong wind and rain, play is underway on day two with the first round being replayed.

One player who has benefited from the restart is New Zealander David Smail who was struggling yesterday when play was abandoned. Early on day two he is in second place at two under through six holes and two behind leader Keiichiro Fukabori who is four under through seven holes.

It is understood that the event will still remain a 72 hole tournament.

 

Position Score Player Country R1 R2 R3 Total
1 -14 S.k. Ho South Korea 66 68 68 202
2   ↑3 -13 Keiichiro Fukabori Japan 66 69 68 203
T3   ↑T34 -7 Hideto Tanihara Japan 71 72 66 209
T3   ↑T6 -7 Kaname Yokoo Japan 67 71 71 209
T5   ↓4 -6 Hiroyuki Fujita Japan 69 67 74 210
T5   ↑T48 -6 Katsumasa Miyamoto Japan 74 70 66 210
T5   ↑T24 -6 Taichi Teshima Japan 70 72 68 210
T8 -5 Hidemasa Hoshino Japan 69 70 72 211
T8   ↑T24 -5 Paul Sheehan Australia 71 71 69 211
T8   ↑T10 -5 Satoru Hirota Japan 72 68 71 211
Position Score Player Country R1 R2 R3 Total
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