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Dodt shares the lead in Fiji

SHOT: Newcastle golfer Andrew Dodt, playing last year’s Scottish Open, holds a four-way share of the lead after firing a five-under 67 in Thursday’s first round at the Fiji International. Picture: APA bogey-free 18 holes from Andrew Dodt will see the Newcastle golfer take a share of the lead into Friday’s second round at the Fiji International.
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The 32-year-old European Tour member fired a five-under 67, featuring an eagle on the par-five 17th, to finish alongside fellow Australians Nick Cullen andJarryd Felton as well as New Zealander Ben Campbell after the opening day.

Thisquartet of players were two strokes clear of Aussie trio Matthew Griffin, Maverick Antcliff and Stephen Leaney, who aretied fifth at three under (69).

There’s seven players at two under (70) and another four at one under (71).

In windy conditions Dodt shot birdies on the par-three first, par-four fifth and par-five15th. He also made 14 pars atNatadola Bay Championship Golf Course.

“I’ll take that. That was not easy,” Dodt told PGA Australia media.

“I’ve always said I’m a good wind player. I mean, you’ve still got to do it. The last six months haven’t been that great… so today was a step in the right direction.

“I started leaking a few shots in the last three holes, but holed some good putts for par. Especially around here, it’s easy to drop shots, so bogey-free was a bonus.”

Dodt, who ended up tied 54that the European Open in Germany on Sunday after being two off the pace in round one, was one of several Novocastrians contesting the event atthe South Pacific nation.

Jake Higginbottom, Callan O’Reilly, Nick Flanagan and James Nitties all went around in two-over 74 and are joint49thwith 10 others.

Aaron Townsend was one shot further back in a tie for 63rdat three over (75), just above the projected cut.

Major winners Ernie Els and Vijay Singh were even (72) and four over (76) respectively.

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