Parry teed up at this week's Chubb Classic in Florida after a respectable showing at last week's Allianz Championship but struggled to recover from a poor first round.
A 4-over 76, thanks in large part to a double bogey at the 15th hole, proved too much to overcome and despite a 2-under 70 in the second round Parry finished near the tail of the field at 4-over for the 54 holes.
But with the Tour now on Hiatus until March the Australian legend has time to work on his game and it would be a surprise if he didn't show better form on his return.
Headlines at a glance
- Lawson on the road to success at Isuzu Queensland Open 20.10.2016
- Clementson fights back to lead the Queensland Open 20.10.2016
- International guests impress at Futures 20.10.2016
- Play is underway at the 2016 Isuzu Queensland Open 20.10.2016
- Davis comfortable among the Pros at Queensland Open 19.10.2016
- Fowler to continue hot run 19.10.2016
Lawson on the road to success at Isuzu Queensland Open
Careful preparation was key to Deyen Lawson's success today at The Brisbane Golf Club during the first round of the Isuzu Queensland Open.
International guests impress at Futures
PGA Great Britain and Ireland representative Mathew Webb has taken pole position at the top of the leader board following the conclusion of the second...
Play is underway at the 2016 Isuzu Queensland Open
The first round of the 2016 Isuzu Queensland Open tees off this morning at the Brisbane Golf Club.