Felipe Aguilar, from Chile, leads the Lyoness Open by two shots at Diamond Country Club in Austria.
Felipe shot a first round -7 under par 65 to lead the Lyoness Open by two shots.
“The way I started playing golf today is always a good sign but this is only 25 per cent of the tournament, we still have three days to go, it’s a long tournament, there are some really good players this week and the course is in great condition so you’ve got to keep the good work up.”
“I’m going to stay focused on what I am doing, trying to hit fairways which is very important this week, the greens are going to get very difficult so you have to be able to hit the second shots from the fairway.”
“I’m going to keep the same strategy, this is just the beginning of the week and we still have three days to go.”
Three players are tied in second place at -5 under par after opening rounds of 67, Ashley Chesters, England, Jaco Van Zyl, South Africa, and Johan Carlsson of Sweden.
Local favourite Bernd Wiesberger and the defending champion Ashun Wu are at -2 under following their opening rounds of 70.