KANE WEBBER
KANE WEBBER

Webber in share of the lead

LISMORE golfer Kane Webber, pictured, shot a bogey-free round to share the lead after the first day of the $4.3 million Singapore Open.

Fellow Australian Gavin Flint and American Jin Park 2also 1upstaged the big names with five-under-par rounds of 66 to join Webber at the top. The two Australians each recorded five birdies, while Korean-born Park had six birdies and a bogey. Phil Mickelson was the best placed of the big-name players, but a double-bogey on the par-four third hole ultimately cost him a share of the lead. He finished at three under, along with South Korea's K J Choi and Japan's Tetsuji Hiratsuka. Ernie Els, the European Tour money leader who caused a stir by playing in Singapore rather than Europe, finished one over. AAP(



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