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Five share lead

MUMBAI, FEB. 15. Five jostled for positions atop the leaderboard on day one of the Rs 10 lakh Airtel Open Golf. Feroz Ali, former Indian Open winner, Gast Ram, Ranjit Singh, Mumbai's Prakash Kubde and Gaurav Diwan carded three-under par 67 at the Bombay Presidency Golf Course on Wednesday.

Feroz produced two birdies and an eagle to reach four-under par after four holes, his best being a eight-foot eagle on the fourth (par five).

A bogey on the 13th (par three) after the tee shot in the right bunker put the 34-year-old in a spot of bother about putter

The Airtel Open, 14th leg of the Amby Valley PGAI Tour saw 28 par or sub-par scores, with Dayal Singh occupying sixth slot with two-under par 68.

The scores (after 18 holes):

Pros: 67 — Feroz Ali, Gast Ram, Gaurav Diwan, Prakash Kubde, Ranjit Singh; 68 — Dayal Singh, Rahul Ganapathy; 69 — Arjun Singh, Devendra Patel, Jaiveer Virk, Jumman, Vijay Kumar. Amateurs: 77 — Rishi Bali; 80 — Mehul Rastogi.

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