Golf: Hendry tied for 22nd in Thailand

Mike Hendry. Photo / NZ Herald
Mike Hendry. Photo / NZ Herald

New Zealand golfer Mike Hendry has finished in a share of 22nd at the Thailand Open on the OneAsia Tour.

He had rounds of 67, 70, 72 and 69 for a total of 10-under-par 278 to be 12 shots back from the winner, Australian Andre Stolz.

Hendry earned $12,000 for his week at the Suwan Golf and Country Club and slips one place to seventh in the OneAsia order of merit.

Gareth Paddison, who teamed with Hendry for New Zealand this month to qualify for the World Cup, finished in a share of 24th place on 279 after rounds of 71, 71, 69 and 68. He earned $9400 and remains 10th on the moneylist.

Michael Campbell, making his OneAsia Tour debut, finished tied for 46th after rounds of 73, 66, 71 and 74 for a four-under card of 284.

Brad Shilton and Michael Long were further back in a tie for 61st after both closed with rounds of 74.


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