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Oh what an experience
Teenaged amateur Edgar Oh has had the thrill of his sporting life before a ball has been hit in competition at the US$6 million Barclays Singapore Open.
Oh, 14, played a practice round with two-time winner Adam Scott of Australia at Sentosa Golf Club in the build up to playing in the biggest tournament of his young career.
It is believed that Oh, one of four Singaporean amateurs in the field, is the youngest ever player to tee it up at the Singapore Open.
"I learned a lot looking at the way Adam attacks the golf course," Oh told local media. "He does not really spray his shots much and is confident of his shots."
Scott, who won back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006, was impressed by Oh’s game.
"He has got a lot of potential and this week is going to be a great experience for him," said Scott. "He has just got to practise and see how his game evolves. He is so young, he has got it all in front of him."
Oh will play the first two rounds with former Asian number one Jyoti Randhawa of India and Australia’s Richard Moir. They tee off on the Tanjong course at 7.50am on Thursday.