A strong finish from George Coetzee saw him take the lead after day one of the Qatar Masters in Doha.
The South African finished the day with three straight birdies to get himself to an eight-under-par round of 64 to go one shot clear of Dawie van der Walt and Steve Webster.
Steve Webster got he’s round off to the best possible start when he started at the 10th and managed to hole his second shot for an albatross on the shortish par 5.
Webster made history as it was the first time anybody had ever a started a European Tour event with an albatross., it’s not Webster’s first albatross though he managed it back in 2011 at The Italian Open.
There are some very good players just a shot further back which include major winners Ernie Els, Paul Lawrie, and John Daly.
With so many good players in contention the weekend really could be an exciting one!