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Hilversum (The Netherlands): Shiv Kapur turned in a sparkling six-under 64 to grab a share of the second spot but Jyoti Randhawa (74) seemed in danger of missing the cut after the opening round of the KLM Open golf tournament here.
Delhi-pro Kapur opened with a birdie and picked up three more strokes before a bogey on the ninth had him three-under at the turn.
Kapur's back-nine was equally impressive as he pulled off birdies on the 12 and 17th and more then made up for a 16th hole bogey by signing off his day with an eagle on the par-five 18th.
Among other Indians in fray, Jeev Milkha Singh was tied 53rd after returning a one-under 69 in the opening round. The Chandigarh-golfer stroked in four birdies against three bogeys in a roller-coaster round.
However, Jyoti Randhawa seemed in danger of missing the cut as he was tied 135th on the leaderboard after carding a four-over 74 which comprised five bogeys and just one birdie.
At the top, Nicolas Colsaerts grabbed the sole lead with an eight-under 62 in the opening round. — PTI
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