Dane Takes 10th Place In Singapore Masters

Continuing his good form from last week’s European Tour tournament in Jakarta, Danish golfer Anders Hansen got off to a good start in the first round of this week’s tournament, the Singapore Masters. Playing the round in 69 strokes, Anders Hansen came in with a shared 10th place in the overall standings, which were led by Mardan Mamat from Singapore and the Australian Marcus Fraser. Both played the first round in 65 strokes.

Hansen’s performance makes him the best-placed Dane in the tournament, with Søren Hansen 29th after a round of 71 strokes and Søren Kjeldsen placed 44th after carding a first round of 72.

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