SAM KILOH'S SEVEN BIRDIES RUINED
BY A TEN IN MOROCCO
By COLIN FARQUHARSON
Portlethen's Sam Kiloh had more birdies (seven) than Peterhead's Ross Cameron but they ended the first day of the Pro Golf Tour's Tazegzout Open near Agadir in Morocco at opposite ends of the scoreboard.
Cameron's six birdies had him in joint fourth place with a four-under 68 - four behind the leader by three, Nicolai Von Dellingshausen.
But Kiloh, pictured right, is only joint 98th in a field of 121 after running up a 10 at the par-5 13th on his way to a five-over 72.
Sam also had a double bogey 6 at the seventh in halves of 35 and 42.
Chris Robb (Meldrum House) and Philip McLean (Peterhead) at within the leading 20, sharing 17th place.
Kevin Duncan (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre) struggled to a 79 for joint 110th place.
FIRST ROUND LEADERBOARD
64 Nicolai Von Dellingshausen (Ger).
71 Chris Robb, Philip McLean (T17)
73 Alexander Culverwell (T41).
77 Sam Kiloh (T98)
79 Kevin Duncan (T110).
Field of 121 players
Labels: PRO GOLF