Simon Dyson fails to make the cut in Czech Masters

Simon Dyson

Simon Dyson

First published in Sport

YORK’ S Simon Dyson suffered an early exit from the D+ D Real Czech Masters.

Despite an improvement on his first round of two-over-par 74, he fell three shots shy of the cut to make a premature Czech-out.

Needing to post a healthy sub-par round yesterday, the world number 129 made the most promising start with a birdie on first at the Albatross Golf Resort.

But his touch on the greens deserted him and the next break after a run of pars was a bogey on the par-four eighth.

On the inward turn Dyson experienced yet more hard labour as birdies failed to materialise. He bogeyed the par-three 16th hole, where in his first round he notched a calamitous five.

Dyson ensured a level-par 72 when he wrapped up the par-four 18th with a three. But that was scant consolation as he stood on two-over at the halfway stage with further progress only guaranteed by finishing one-under or better.

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6:25pm Sat 23 Aug 14

jacaranda says...

Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing.
Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing. jacaranda
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1:52pm Sun 24 Aug 14

yorkandproud says...

jacaranda wrote:
Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing.
Yes, it is news. You sir are a fool. Dyson has been ranked in the top 50 golfers in the world, and still currently sits at around 150 in the world. He has won on average around one million euros each season for the last ten years or more. He has won several tournaments on the European Tour, and the Far East tour, and has been one of the UK's most consistent golfers in the last decade. He was born in Malton, and lived in Huntington for many years too. So being a local lad, and the best golfer North Yorkshire has produced in the last twenty years, makes it news. Maybe not news for you jacaranda, but for lots of local sports fans, it is. So basically, you are talking rubbish.
[quote][p][bold]jacaranda[/bold] wrote: Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing.[/p][/quote]Yes, it is news. You sir are a fool. Dyson has been ranked in the top 50 golfers in the world, and still currently sits at around 150 in the world. He has won on average around one million euros each season for the last ten years or more. He has won several tournaments on the European Tour, and the Far East tour, and has been one of the UK's most consistent golfers in the last decade. He was born in Malton, and lived in Huntington for many years too. So being a local lad, and the best golfer North Yorkshire has produced in the last twenty years, makes it news. Maybe not news for you jacaranda, but for lots of local sports fans, it is. So basically, you are talking rubbish. yorkandproud
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11:11am Wed 27 Aug 14

Garrowby Turnoff says...

yorkandproud wrote:
jacaranda wrote:
Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing.
Yes, it is news. You sir are a fool. Dyson has been ranked in the top 50 golfers in the world, and still currently sits at around 150 in the world. He has won on average around one million euros each season for the last ten years or more. He has won several tournaments on the European Tour, and the Far East tour, and has been one of the UK's most consistent golfers in the last decade. He was born in Malton, and lived in Huntington for many years too. So being a local lad, and the best golfer North Yorkshire has produced in the last twenty years, makes it news. Maybe not news for you jacaranda, but for lots of local sports fans, it is. So basically, you are talking rubbish.
I agree. Following Simon's ups and downs on the Tour and worldwide has been a source of great interest and pleasure to me over the last ten years. The odd snippet of info the Press reports that can't be found on t'internet is dwindling these days as Simon reaches the end of an illustrious career. We ought to enjoy his exploits while we can, because there isn't another of his standard coming through the local ranks any time soon.
[quote][p][bold]yorkandproud[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jacaranda[/bold] wrote: Is this news? I do not think so, so often we read about this very average professional golfer achieving nothing.[/p][/quote]Yes, it is news. You sir are a fool. Dyson has been ranked in the top 50 golfers in the world, and still currently sits at around 150 in the world. He has won on average around one million euros each season for the last ten years or more. He has won several tournaments on the European Tour, and the Far East tour, and has been one of the UK's most consistent golfers in the last decade. He was born in Malton, and lived in Huntington for many years too. So being a local lad, and the best golfer North Yorkshire has produced in the last twenty years, makes it news. Maybe not news for you jacaranda, but for lots of local sports fans, it is. So basically, you are talking rubbish.[/p][/quote]I agree. Following Simon's ups and downs on the Tour and worldwide has been a source of great interest and pleasure to me over the last ten years. The odd snippet of info the Press reports that can't be found on t'internet is dwindling these days as Simon reaches the end of an illustrious career. We ought to enjoy his exploits while we can, because there isn't another of his standard coming through the local ranks any time soon. Garrowby Turnoff
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