Home nation European Tour rookie Jens Dantorp and England’s Eddie Pepperell lead after day one of the 2014 Nordea Masters Tournament at PGA Sweden National, Malmo.

The leading golf duo both posted six under rounds of 66 to lie one stroke ahead of a group of five players. The chasing pack on -5, 67, includes Gareth Maybin of Northern Ireland, Seb Soderberg and Rikard Karlberg from Sweden,  Daan Huizing from Holland and Stephen Gallagher from Scotland.

The golf leaderboard is packed with six golfers on -4, 68, and 17 further golfers on -3, 69. Twenty-four competitors broke 70 on the first day.

Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain, England’s Adam Gee and Paul Waring, Swede Johan Carlsson, Spain’s Jorge Campillo, and  Craig Lee from Scotland carded -4, 68s.

Amongst the players on -3, 69, were Spanish Open Champion, Miguel Angel Jiminez; World Match play runner-up Victor Dubuisson from France, Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand and Swedish players, Johan Edfors and Peter Hanson.


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