Pre-tournament favourite Thorbjorn Olesen birdied his last two holes to card a 68

  • Jamieson lies just two shots off the lead held by France’s Clement Sordet
  • He is currently 126th with the top 110 retaining their full playing privileges
  • Olesen’s lost ball was deemed to have disappeared down a rabbit warren

By PRESS ASSOCIATION
PUBLISHED: 19:52 EDT, 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 20:02 EDT, 16 August 2018

Scott Jamieson believes he can use his experience to get out of a ‘sticky situation’ and retain his European Tour card for next season.

Jamieson recorded four top-10 finishes in 2017 and was a career-best 26th on the Race to Dubai, but currently lies 126th with only the top 110 at the end of the season retaining their full playing privileges for 2019.

The Florida-based Scot, who also struggled to retain his card in 2015 and 2016, made a superb start to the Nordea Masters in Gothenburg with an opening six-under-par 64 to lie just two shots off the lead held by France’s Clement Sordet.

Pre-tournament favourite Thorbjorn Olesen birdied his last two holes to card a 68
Pre-tournament favourite Thorbjorn Olesen birdied his last two holes to card a 68

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