Westwood in control in Indonesia
Lee Westwood has taken control of the Indonesian Masters after carding a seven-under-par round of 65 on day one.
The former world number one claimed the title last year and is heading in the right direction to repeat after opening up a two-shot cushion over the field. Westwood appeared to have found his touch on the greens - after failing on the dancefloor at Augusta - with eight birdies and just one bogey in his opening effort. "I had a break last week and hardly hit any balls," said Westwood. "I played a lot of golf earlier this year and needed a rest. It was good to go home and recharge my batteries because the Masters always takes a lot out of you. It is physically and mentally very demanding. "This is quite a tricky test because the greens are very undulating. You've got to have your "A-Game" with you. It (wind direction) changed on 14 and it caught me by surprise and ended up with a bogey where I three putted." Thailand's Arnond Vongvanij is two shots back in second at -5, with a six-strong group of India's Jyoti Randhawa and Shiv Kapur, Thailand's Boonchu Ruangkit, Korean Lee Sung, American Sam Cyr and Burma's Zaw Moe, three shots off the lead.