Thursday, 04 June 2009
Florian Fritsch  (Getty Images)
Florian Fritsch (Getty Images)

Germany’s Florian Fritsch produced a wonderful seven under par 65 to forge an early clubhouse lead at the Kärnten Golf Open presented by Markus Brier Foundation.

The 23 year old, a former amateur partner and still a close friend of Germany’s most recent golfing sensation Martin Kaymer, produced a marvellous opening round over the Golfclub Klagenfurt-Seltenheim to forge a one-stroke lead over South Africa’s Louis Moolman at the halfway stage of the first round.

Fritsch’s flawless 65 included seven birdies and not a single dropped shot as he established the lead over Moolman, with Argentina’s Clodomiro Carranza, Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts, Sweden’s Oscar Florian and Tino Schuster of Germany staying in touch with the leader by recording a quartet of five under par 67s.

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