Prawn-free Simon Dyson returns for French Open

Gazette & Herald: Prawn-free Dyson returns for French Open Prawn-free Dyson returns for French Open

FREE of prawn damage, Simon Dyson will be hoping to be back in the pink when the French Open starts today.

Dyson heads into the European Tour event, which carries a prize fund of three million euros, hoping to have shook off an adverse reaction to a prawn meal which forced him out of his bid to qualify for next month’s Open after just four holes at Scotland’s Links course on Monday.

That bout of food poisoning interrupted a run of form that brought a joint fifth spot in the BMW International Open in Germany last weekend to elevate him 24 places to 127th in the world.

Dyson will start his bid at Le Golf National course in Paris today alongside South African duo Thomas Aiken and George Coetzee.

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4:14pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Grumpy Old Man says...

I have played more than three dozen of Scotland's many links courses. Which one was Dyson playing?
I have played more than three dozen of Scotland's many links courses. Which one was Dyson playing? Grumpy Old Man
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7:47pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Garrowby Turnoff says...

Grumpy Old Man wrote:
I have played more than three dozen of Scotland's many links courses. Which one was Dyson playing?
Gailes Links in Ayrshire.
[quote][p][bold]Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: I have played more than three dozen of Scotland's many links courses. Which one was Dyson playing?[/p][/quote]Gailes Links in Ayrshire. Garrowby Turnoff
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