Moor Park Golf Club professionals Callum Shinkwin and Matt Wallace have both made the cut at the Czech Masters.

Bushey player Shinkwin is the better positioned of the two heading into rounds three and four on three-under-par, while his club-mate is one-over after the opening two rounds.

Wallace had to wait overnight for his tournament fate to be confirmed after play in yesterday’s second round was suspended due to a flooded course at Albatross Golf Resort.

The 27-year-old had battled the wind and cold to follow up his opening 18-hole score of 72 to card a second round of 73 before play was called off, leaving the Pinner-based professional just inside the projected cut on one-over.

Such were the number of players on that score though, one-over looked like it would be good enough to make the weekend and that has proved to be the case after the remainder of the field completed their second rounds this morning.

Shinkwin was one of those players who had an early start to his Saturday and although he shot a three-over-par round of 75, the Bushey player goes into the third round in a share of ninth place and in contention for a high finish.

Having fired a first round of 66 to lead by one shot after 18 holes, Shinkwin had dropped back to four-under when play was suspended after playing his first five holes.

This year’s Scottish Open runners-up’s struggles on the ‘front’ nine continued when he resumed his round this morning, with a double bogey six on 17 and a bogey five on 18 to see him go ‘out’ in a five-over-par score of 41 to leave him on one-under for the tournament.

Shinkwin responded well though, with back-to-back birdies on the par five first and par four second, before he picked up another shot on the par three seventh to move to four-under.

Although he bogeyed the par four eighth, the 24-year-old will start his third round within striking distance of the top of the leaderboard.

Chris Hanson leads the tournament on 10-under at the halfway stage, three shots clear of fellow Englishman Lee Slattery.