Australian Open scoring back on track

BY Bruce Young | Australasian PGA Tour | 2007 Australian Open | Round Two | 14 Dec 2007

After a day which many would prefer to forget, Golf Australia late yesterday made the decision to replace the scoring system they introduced for this year’s Australian Open and have gone back to the tried and proven system provided by Menmac Services.

There was a collective sigh of relief by those arriving at the Media Centre early in the day as they realised the system they had come to know and trust would be back in action.

In brilliant weather, play got under way in round two at 7.30 and the pre-tournament favourite, Aaron Baddeley, was one of the first to make a move. Baddeley picked up two early birdies to move to 4 under and within three of first round leader Williamson, who is due to tee off at 9.15.

West Australian Kim Felton birdied his third hole to move to 6 under and within one while Brisbane golfer, Wayne Perske, who has played on the Japan Golf Tour this year was also doing well, his birdie at the first taking him into the group at 4 under.

 

Position Score Player Country R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1   ↑T4 -11 Craig Parry Australia 74 64 70 69 277
T2   ↑6 -10 Brandt Snedeker United States 69 70 70 69 278
T2   ↑T4 -10 Nick O'hern Australia 70 66 72 70 278
T2   ↑T16 -10 Won Joon Lee Australia 70 70 72 66 278
T5   ↓T1 -9 James Nitties Australia 71 66 69 73 279
T5   ↓3 -9 Stuart Appleby Australia 71 68 68 72 279
T7 -8 Aaron Baddeley Australia 70 71 69 70 280
T7   ↑T8 -8 Ewan Porter Australia 70 71 70 69 280
T7   ↑T23 -8 Greg Chalmers Australia 69 72 72 67 280
T7   ↑T16 -8 Rod Pampling Australia 73 70 69 68 280
Position Score Player Country R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
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