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Family man Singh in the frame
Doting father Jeev Milkha Singh had his ears open for the cries of his baby son at Sentosa Golf Club during the opening two rounds of the US$6 million Barclays Singapore Open.
The former champion is being accompanied by his wife Kudrat and nine-month-old son Harjai at a golf event for the first time and they have walked a few holes.
Singh, the 2008 champion, is thrilled by fatherhood and has enjoyed having the family with him in Singapore while being a little fearful that Harjai might pick an inopportune moment to cry.
"My wife walked nine holes on Thursday but on Friday they only came on the last hole as it was too hot for them," he said.
"I am aware that they have been following me but I am just more afraid that he should cry!
"It is great to have them out as this is the first trip out for them and I am enjoying my family time together with them and I am glad that they are here and I can make the most out of it,"
Singh revealed that he has not missed too much sleep as he took the precaution of booking two rooms so he could get proper rest.
The presence of the family seems to have given Singh, a former Asian number one, a necessary lift after a disappointing season on the US PGA Tour with just one top-10 in 17 starts.
He started his campaign with rounds of 70 and 64 to lie four shots adrift of halfway leader Adam Scott of Australia, like Singh a former champion.
"I left a few shots out there during the second round but there are two more days left and I will see what comes my way," said Singh.