Nordea Masters R1
Collated first-round scores from the European Tour’s Nordea Masters at the BroHoff Slott GC in Stockholm, Sweden (Gbr & Irl unless stated, par 72):
67 Robert Karlsson (Swe), Alexander Noren (Swe), Jaco Van Zyl (Rsa)
68 John Parry, Niklas Lemke (Swe), Alfredo Garcia-Heredia (Spa), Lorenzo Gagli (Ita)
69 Pontus Widegren (Swe), Robert Karlsson (Swe), Kristoffer Broberg (Swe), Felipe Aguilar (Chi), Anthony Wall, Scott Hend (Aus), Richard Finch, Pablo Martin (Spa)
70 Daniel Vancsik (Arg), Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind), Richard S Johnson (Swe), Shiv Kapur (Ind), Anders Sjostrand (Swe), Lee Slattery
71 Leif Westerberg (Swe), David Howell, Fredrik Henge (Swe), Richard McEvoy, Scott Strange (Aus), Tano Goya (Arg), Bubba Watson (USA), Marcus Fraser (Aus)
72 Damien McGrane, Rhys Davies, Mark Brown (Nzl), Victor Dubuisson (Fra), Oliver Fisher, Thomas Norret (Den), David Drysdale, Romain Wattel (Fra), Fabrizio Zanotti (Par), Alejandro Canizares (Spa), Alastair Forsyth, Oskar Henningsson (Swe), Ross McGowan
73 Joakim Haeggman (Swe), Robert Jan Derksen (Ned), Seung-yul Noh (Kor), Floris De Vries (Ned), Steven Jeppesen (Swe), Scott Pinckney (USA), Jose Manuel Lara (Spa), Scott Jamieson, Simon Wakefield, Stephen Dodd, Eirik Tage Johansen (Nor), Michael Jonzon (Swe), Bernd Wiesberger (Aut), Henrik Stenson (Swe), Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (Fra), Jeppe Huldahl (Den), Christian Nilsson (Swe), Matthew Nixon, David Lynn, Seve Benson, Dustin Johnson (USA), Marcus Gran (Swe), Jamie Donaldson, Elliot Saltman, Alexandre Kaleka (Fra), Fredrik Andersson Hed (Swe)
74 Carlos Del Moral (Spa), Oliver Wilson, Jesper Kennegard (Swe), Joakim Lagergren (Swe), Florian Fritsch (Ger), Jamie Elson, Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spa), Bradley Dredge, Hennie Otto (Rsa), Magnus A Carlsson (Swe), Maarten Lafeber (Ned), Julio Zapata (Arg), Rikard Karlberg (Swe), Jin Jeong (Kor), Sam Walker, Thorbjorn Olesen (Den), Tim Sluiter (Ned), Ignacio Garrido (Spa)
75 Alvaro Velasco (Spa), James Kingston (Rsa), Steven O’Hara, Kenneth Ferrie, Joel Sjoholm (Swe), Wade Ormsby (Aus), Gregory Havret (Fra), Sebi Garcia (Spa), Jesper Parnevik (Swe), Fredrik Ohlsson (Swe), Richard Bland, Michael Campbell (Nzl), Daniel Gaunt (Aus), Nick Dougherty, Stuart Manley, Jens Dantorp (Swe), Marius Thorp (Nor), James Morrison, Keith Horne (Rsa)
76 Christian Cevaer (Fra), Martin Wiegele (Aut), Henrik Norlander (Swe), Steve Webster, Jan Are Larsen (Nor), Liam Bond, Robert Dinwiddie, Phillip Price, Johan Edfors (Swe), Mark F Haastrup (Den), Andreas Harto (Den)
77 Steve Lewton, Andreas Andersson (Swe), Mark Tullo (Chi), Matthew Zions (Aus), Rafael Echenique (Arg), Pelle Edberg (Swe), Todd Hamilton (USA), Ariel Canete (Arg)
78 Gary Orr, Matt Haines, Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), George Murray, Per-Ulrik Johansson (Swe), Andrew Dodt (Aus), Oscar Floren (Swe), Paul Broadhurst
79 Joakim Rask (Swe), Robert Coles, Rick Kulacz (Aus), Niclas Fasth (Swe)
80 Wilhelm Schauman (Swe), Shiv Shankar Prasad Chowrasia (Ind), Jacob Roth (Den)
81 Marc Warren, Clodomiro Carranza (Arg), Nils Floren (Swe)
82 Osker Arvidsson (Swe)
83 Anthony Kang (USA), Pedro Oriol (Spa), Michael Hoey
84 Shaun Norris (Rsa)
89 Simon Forsslund (Swe)
DQ: Markus Brier (Aut)
RTD: Mikko Korhonen (Fin), Lloyd Saltman
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