LIAM Robinson saw his Czech Masters bid come to a disappointing conclusion yesterday.

But the Tadmarton Heath member will still have fond memories of the tournament, which saw him make the cut for the first time on the European Tour.

Robinson sank a nine-foot putt on his final hole of his second round to book his place in the weekend action in Prague.

His fine form continued on Saturday when his fired a two-under 70 to climb further up the leaderboard.

He then began yesterday’s final round with a birdie as the world No 2,070 looked set for a top-50 finish.

However, he dropped shots at the fourth and ninth to slip away.

And a disastrous double bogey at the tenth saw him drop further down the leaderboard.

He then dropped shots at the 16th and 17th to end on five-over for the day and level for the tournament.