MADRID (AP) — Luke Donald bounced back from the disappointment of nearly winning the BMW PGA Championship by taking a share of the lead in the opening round of the Madrid Masters.
The English golfer had two eagles Thursday on his way to a 7-under 65, alongside Welsh players Rhys Davies and Jamie Donaldson at the Club de Campo Golf Course.
"I can't remember the last time I had two in a round - I don't think I've had one on the PGA Tour all year," said Donald, who finished one shot behind at Wentworth.
The Madrid leaders have a one-shot lead over Paul McGinley of Ireland and Maarten Lafeber of the Netherlands, who both shot 66, while eight players were tied at 5 under.
Sergio Garcia shot even-par 72.