Rory Hie Make’s Cut At Handa Singapore Classic

Rory Hie, a former USC player and All-American made the cut at the Handa Singapore Classic this week. Hie who has been struggling with his game shot rounds of 70-70-70-75 (285) to finish in 65th place.

Rory a former standout amateur player has had health problem’s mixed with swing and putting issue’s that have slowed his progress on the Asian Tour. Rory has made only 1 cut in 7 events in 2010. Rory left the U.S. in 2008 to pursue his professional career in Asia. He is based in Jakarta and is working hard to get his game back to the level’s he achieved as an amateur and college player in the U.S. It should only be a matter of time until he figure’s out his “issue’s” and get back on track.

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