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    A return to a familiar course where he has performed well has New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox confident he can expunge memories of his disastrous second round at the US Open

    A return to a familiar course where he has performed well has New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox confident he can expunge memories of his disastrous second round at the US Open


    Fox carded a 15 over par second round at Winged Foot on Saturday and has flown to Northern Ireland for the Irish Open starting this evening.

    He won on the course in a European Challenge Tour event four years ago and that gives him confidence.



    Ryan Fox tees off at 8-15 tonight

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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