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O T I T I S H S H S amat e t r SCOTTISH amateur champion David Law has seen his professional career fail to get off the ground - after an attack of Delhi belly.

The Aberdonian missed the cut by six shots at the Asian Tour's Hero Indian Open after a horror outward half in his second round.

He recorded a six-over-par 78 for a 36-hole total of 151.

His caddy and older brother Chris said: "David was up all night with an upset stomach and it was doubtful whether he'd be well enough to tee-off."

One Scot is doing well in the tournament - Dubai-based Ross Bain is in joint fourth position on 137 after rounds of 65 and 72. He's six shots behind halfway leader Chiagh Kumar (India), who is on 13 under.

Bain, who is searching for his maiden Asian Tour win, said: "I started like a house on fire and I'm disappointed not to keep it going."

Meanwhile, European Tour player Lloyd Saltman won the World Hickory Open title for a second time over the Craigielaw Golf Club links in East Lothian.

Saltman previously won in 2007 after turning pro following the Walker Cup match at Royal County Down.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 15, 2011
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