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Bransdon the only Australasian survivor at Fujisankei Classic

Japan Tour rookie David Bransdon
In what must be one of the least memorable weeks for Australasian golf on the Japan Golf Tour, only David Bransdon will play the final two rounds the Fujisankei Classic in Yamanishi, the Victorian only just making the cut at the Fujizakura County Club.

Bransdon, who is playing his first season on the Japan Golf Tour, recovered from an opening round of 76 with his round of 71 today to finish in a share of 51st position as the event heads into the weekend.

Amongst the other Australasians Adam Bland missed by one, Matt Griffin, Brendan Jones and Won Joon Lee finished two shots short of the cutline and New Zealander Michael Hendry was three shots adrift of making it into the weekend field.

The tournament is being led by the 36 year old 2014 champion and two time Japan Tour winner, Hiroshi Iwata, along with Yuki Inamori whose round of 65 today was the best of the day by two shots.

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Bruce Young
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A multi-award winning golf journalist, Bruce's extensive knowledge of and background in the game of golf comes from several years caddying the tournament circuits of the world, marketing a successful golf course design company and as one of Australia's leading golf journalists and commentators.

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