Golf: Teenage sensation 9-2 to make cut.
NEW teenage star Jae An is rated a 9-2 chance by Paddy Power to survive the halfway cut in the New Zealand Open this week, writes Paul Kealy.
The 13-year-old Korean, who carded an eagle and five birdies in a one-round qualifying tournament to make the main field, is a 25-1 chance to finish in the top ten and the same price to finish ahead of world No. 1 Tiger Woods.
An, who turns 14 next month, was a reserve member of the world champion winning secondary school squad from his adopted home city of Rotorua in New Zealand's central North Island.
Jae An specials - Paddy Power: 9-2 to make cut, 25 to finish ahead of Tiger Woods, 25 to make top ten, 66 hole in one, 150 to break course record, 1000 to win New Zealand Open.
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 9, 2002|
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