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Michael Hendry shares lead in Japan

(Photo: Bruce Young)
New Zealander Michael Hendry shares the lead at the halfway mark of the Kansai Open on the Japan Golf Tour.

Hendry is tied with Korean Dong Kyu Jang and Tetsuji Hiratsuka, the trio one shot ahead of the field.

The leading Australian is the defending champion in this event, Brad Kennedy, who is two shots from the lead with South Australian Adam Bland one shot further back.

Hendry is in his second season on the Japan Tour after only just retaining his playing privileges last year but earlier this season he recorded his best finish in Japan when 3rd at the Tsuruya Open.

The 34 year old Auckland golfer currently leads the Australasians in 9th position on the Japan Tour money list

Other Australasians to make the cut are Steven Jeffress 43rd, with Stephen Leaney, Richard Tate and Matthew Guyatt tied in 56th position.


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Bruce Young
About The Author : Bruce Young

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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