Poor start to French Open for Simon Dyson

Simon Dyson

Simon Dyson

First published in Sport

YORK’S Simon Dyson today faced an uphill battle to remain in the French Open after a dismal opening round.

Dyson was lodged on two-over-par - nine shots shy of overnight leader America’s Kevin Stadler, who was one clear of the field after a seven-under 64.

Starting on the tenth hole, Dyson bogeyed the 17th only to return to level at midway with a birdie on the next hole.

But the inward nine brought calamity for the Malton & Norton GC player.

He double-bogeyed the par-five third and then birdies on seven and nine were wiped out by dropped shots on six and eight.

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