Jay Choi survived an up and down day as he shot an even par 72 at the Indonesian Open to leave him in a tie for 15th place, 6 shots off the lead of David Smail’s -7. Jay’s day consisted of 5 birdies, bogies and a double bogey. Today will be “moving day” so Choi is in a pretty good spot to make a run in the 3rd round and get into a better position for the final round.
David Oh, a former student of George Pinnell shot a 67 and moved into a tie for 3rd place at -5. David’s consistency today matched his smooth, balanced swing that he has been credited with throughout his junior and college career.
Rory Hie another player who has tie’s with George Pinnell, shot a -2 (70) in the second round and is tied with Choi at 15th place (-1). Rory was once ranked #6 in the World Amateur Rankings before turning pro in his sophomore year at USC. Rory has added pressure because of his number one ranking as Indonesia’s best player. Rory is anxious to win a prestigious tournament in his homeland.
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