Dodd still in hunt for his Tour card

LAWRENCE Dodd, the former Suffolk player from Bury St Edmunds who won England amateur honours, made the cut in the final stage of the PGA European Tour School at San Roque in Spain yesterday.

By Tony Garnett

LAWRENCE Dodd, the former Suffolk player from Bury St Edmunds who won England amateur honours, made the cut in the final stage of the PGA European Tour School at San Roque in Spain yesterday.

His opening fours rounds of 73 71 72 and 71 on the New and Old courses put him tied 41st at one under par with two rounds to play.

The top 30 will win European Tour cards and Dodd is just two shots off the pace. His progress so far, though, should ensure starts in the Challenge Tour.


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South African Thomas Aiken, winner of the first Europro event to be staged at Stoke by Nayland, is joint leader with Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal at 10 under par. Others who made the cut include Lee Slattery, another Europro winner at Stoke by Nayland, at seven under par.

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