Nicolai Højgaard got Thursday off to a flying start at the Qatar Masters.
Here it went only 18-year-old golfer's first round in the European Tour-the tournament seven strokes under par. It goes to a first place finish.
Højgaard did the whole nine birdies, while it was for two bogeys, the last of which came at the 18. and the last hole.
Golfkometen was not the only dane, who was well playing Thursday. Jeff Goodman takes a shared third place, after having done the first 18 holes at five strokes under par.
Benjamin Poke and Nicolai Højgaard's twin brother, David, is also with. They are located after the firstround, respectively, a shared 16.- and 41.-space in three and one stroke under par.
Button as well it went to Søren Kjeldsen and Joachim B. Hansen.
Cormack went first round in a battle over the couple and is located on a shared 81.-place, while Hansen ended up in two strokes over par on a split 101.-space.
the Qatar Masters has been played since 2008. In 2011, Thomas Bjorn tournament, while Thorbjørn Olesen in 2016 ended on a shared second place.