PETALING JAYA: Former Asian Order of Merit winner Gavin Green’s hopes of a final flourish in the last Asian Tour event of the 2021-2022 season faded away after a three-over 74 on the second day of the Singapore Open.
Gavin missed the cut after he only managed a four-over 146 as the tournament reached the half-way mark at the Sentosa Golf Club yesterday.
Younger brother Galven Green (pic) also missed out on the weekend cut too with a three-over 74.
Galven carded a five-over 76 in the first round on Thursday and ended up with a two-day total of eight-over 150.
With the cut for the Singapore Open this year at three-over 145, Malaysia will have Ben Leong, Nicholas Fung and Danny Chia to carry the flag for the weekend.
Ben and Danny were the best placed Malaysians at the half-way mark, occupying a share of 48th spot on two-over 144.
Ben and Danny closed out the second round with respective two-over 73s.
Sabah-born golfer Nicholas carded a one-over 72 for a share of 64th spot to barely squeeze through with a total of 145.
American Kim Si-hwan showed impressive ball striking over the first two days to take a three-shot lead.
The 33-year-old fired a five-under 66 to go alongside his opening 67 and sits at nine-under 133 at the Serapong Course.
Kim Joo-hyung of South Korea is in second spot, three shots back after a three-under 68.