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After a few weeks off after success at The Open in Portrush, Oban’s Bob MacIntyre, world number 102, got back in the swing of things last week when he took part in the Real D+D Real Czech Masters at the Albatross Golf resort, Prague.
In round one, Bob carded a three under par round of 69 with five birdies, the only blot being a double bogey six at the 14th.
In the second round, the Glencruitten left-hander carded a level par round of 72 which featured two birdies and two bogeys which was good enough to make the cut.
The 22-year-old had an excellent four under par third round which featured seven birdies and three bogeys.
In his final round, Bob carded a two-under par round of 70 with three birdies and one bogey to give him a nine under par four round total of 279 which meant he finished in joint 23rd place.
Bob now heads to Sweden for the Scandinavian Invitation at Hills Golf and Sports Club, Gothenburg, starting today (Thursday).