Madeira Islands Open R1
Collated first round scores from the Madeira Islands Open at Santo da Serra at Madeira, Portugal (Gbr & Irl unless stated, par 72):
64 Alvaro Velasco (Spa)
66 Magnus A Carlsson (Swe), Oliver Wilson, Tommy Fleetwood, Joakim Lagergren (Swe), Ben Parker, Morten Orum Madsen (Den)
67 Colm Moriarty, Charlie Ford, Hans Peter Bacher (Aut), Warren Abery (Rsa), Matthew Baldwin, Andreas Harto (Den)
68 Sihwan Kim (Nor), Richard Bland, Adam Gee, Ricardo Santos (Por), Lloyd Saltman, Andy Sullivan, Knut Borsheim (Nor), David Dixon
69 Carlos Del Moral (Spa), Mikael Lundberg (Swe), Gary Orr, Sion E Bebb, Andre Bossert (Swi), Thomas Norret (Den), James Heath, Raul Quiros (Spa), Alastair Forsyth, Markus Brier (Aut), Alex Haindl (Rsa), Nick Dougherty, Chris Paisley, Seve Benson, Jamie McLeary, Sam Walker, Tim Sluiter (Ned), Antonio Sobrinho (Por), Pedro Oriol (Spa)
70 Johan Wahlqvist (Swe), Anthony Snobeck (Fra), Jose-Filipe Lima (Por), Joachim B Hansen (Den), Jamie Elson, Daniel Denison, Andrew McArthur, Alessandro Tadini (Ita), Federico Colombo (Ita), Benjamin Hebert (Fra), Marco Crespi (Ita), Roope Kakko (Fin), Shiv Kapur (Ind), Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), Julien Guerrier (Fra), Justin Walters (Rsa), Andrea Perrino (Ita), Christopher Doak
71 John Parry, Ake Nilsson (Rsa), Lasse Jensen (Den), Robert Coles, Benn Barham, Scott Pinckney (USA), Matt Ford, Pierre Relecom (Bel), Lloyd Kennedy, Raymond Russell, Santiago Luna (Spa), Michael Lorenzo-Vera (Fra), Daniel Gaunt (Aus), Francois Delamontagne (Fra), Edouard Dubois (Fra), Scott Drummond, Maarten Lafeber (Ned), Christophe Brazillier (Fra), Steven Tiley, Sam Hutsby, Andrew Marshall, Adrien Bernadet (Fra), Thomas Feyrsinger (Aut)
72 Chris Gane, Byeong-Hun An (Kor), Klas Eriksson (Swe), Nicolas Meitinger (Ger), Antonio Rosado (Por), Jordi Garcia (Spa), Antti Ahokas (Fin), Victor Riu (Fra), Adrian Otaegui (Spa), Bradley Dredge, Craig Lee, Garry Houston, Mark Tullo (Chi), Daniel Brooks, Phillip Price, Matthew Southgate, Daniel Vancsik (Arg), Taco Remkes (Ned), Reinier Saxton (Ned)
73 Martin Erlandsson (Swe), Robert Dinwiddie, Anders Schmidt Hansen (Den), Steven Jeppesen (Swe), Joao Carlota (Por), Steven O’Hara, Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Nuno Henriques (Por), Stephen Dodd, Niclas Fasth (Swe), Olly Whiteley, Bjorn Akesson (Swe), Augustin Domingo (Spa), Carl Suneson (Spa), Phillip Archer, Florian Praegant (Aut), Jean-Francois Lucquin (Fra)
74 Andrew Johnston, Stuart Davis, Baptiste Chapellan (Fra), Fredrik Henge (Swe), Rafael Echenique (Arg), Sebastian Buhl (Ger), Darren Fichardt (Rsa), Paul Dwyer, Wil Besseling (Ned), Tyrone Ferreira (Rsa), Matteo Delpodio (Ita), Charles-edouard Russo (Fra), Chris Lloyd
75 Tyrrell Hatton, Francis McGuirk, Espen Kofstad (Nor), Andrew Parr (Can), Peter Gustafsson (Swe), Hugo Santos (Por)
76 Andrew Tampion (Aus), Jamie Moul, Matthew Nixon, Pelle Edberg (Swe), Tiago Cruz (Por), Callum Macaulay, Roland Steiner (Aut), Borja Etchart (Spa), Simon Thornton, Sam Little
77 Michiel Bothma (Rsa), Maximilian Kieffer (Ger), Scott Strange (Aus), Simon Wakefield
78 Goncalo Pinto (Por), Dara Ford
79 Jordan Gibb, Bernd Ritthammer (Ger)
82 Elidio Costa (Por)
86 Edgar Rodrigues (Por)
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