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Ryan Fox from New Zealand is playing a shot from the bunker during his first opening round.
Ryan Fox and Mark Brown have started a solid start in New Zealand in the World Cup of Golf.
After the first round at the Metropolitan Golf Club in Melbourne they were seven podiums, in a draw for third place with seven other teams.
In the day when there are not too many points in Tasman, most likely they will fall in the leaderboard when others finish their rounds.
The game of four balls, in which the best individual performance counts on each hole, the pair of Kiwi had fifth place, fifth seventh and ninth, fourth tenth, third twelfth, pair thirteenth and fourth eighteen.
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Play fours – where the golfers change, playing the same ball – on Friday and Sunday, the next round of four balls on Saturday.
When Fox and Brown finished their round, Gavin Green and Ben Leong from Malaysia were at the top of the leaderboard, 9 years old.
Behind them were Shane Lowry and Paul Dunne from Ireland at the age of eight.