Turner cut in Myanmar
 YANGON-MYANMAR- Yasuka Miyazato of Japan pictured during round two of the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open. Picture by Paul Lakatos/Asian Tour.

YANGON-MYANMAR- Yasuka Miyazato of Japan pictured during round two of the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open. Picture by Paul Lakatos/Asian Tour.

Niall Turner's return to Asian Tour action after a long injury lay-off is proving to be more than testing.

The Muskerry golfer was out for five months following a hip injury but having missed the cut on his return in Singapore last week, there was no luck at Pun Hlaing Golf Club in Yangon where he also missed out on the weekend action in the Leopalace21 Myanmar Open.

The 33-year old made two early birdies but dropped four shots after that and added a two over 73 to his first round 76 to finished well off the pace on seven-over par.

Japan's Yusaku Miyazato snatched the clubhouse lead in an event co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour, carding seven birdies in a 64 for his second successive bogey-free round and an early, three-shot lead over South Africa's Keith Horne on 11 under par.

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