Drysdale gets a head for heights to make strong start in Cyprus

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Scotland’s David Drysdale overcame a self-diagnosed case of “Elevated Tee Syndrome” to continue his dogged pursuit of a maiden European Tour title in the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open.

Playing in his 509th tournament, Drysdale carded an opening six-under-par 65 to lie a shot off the lead held by England’s Mitch Waite and American Johannes Veerman in the inaugural edition of the £900,000 event.

As its name implies, Aphrodite Hills features some notable elevation changes and Drysdale had little memory of them having only previously played the course during a “drunken holiday” a decade ago.

“I...


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