03 Feb '11, 5pm

Golf: Birthday boy Goosen sets pace in windy Doha

Golf: Birthday boy Goosen sets pace in windy Doha

DOHA - Birthday boy Retief Goosen shot a fine 69 in the first round of the Qatar Masters Thursday, although Sweden's Niclas Fasth was left tied with the South African despite playing just 16 holes at the wind-blasted Doha Golf Club. Goosen, who had teed off early, had enjoyed the sole lead for most of the day before the Swede caught up with him but with darkness setting in play had to be called off with the result that Fasth will have to complete his last two holes on Friday. Goosen, the 2007 champion in Doha, overshadowed World No.1 Lee Westwood and the second ranked Martin Kaymer on a day when most golfers struggled to settle into a rhythm with strong winds adding to their problems on an already difficult course where the thick rough had been a talking point before the tournament began. Westwood was one over par, while Kaymer shot a miserable 77. The 42-year-old Goosen, ...

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