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NOORDWIJK, Netherlands (AP) _ Dutch amateur Niels Boysen shot a 7-under 64 Thursday and took a two-shot lead after the opening round of the $1.53 million Dutch Open tournament.

The round, which included nine birdies and two bogeys, was a record for the Dutch Open over the par-71, 6,751-yard Noordwijkse links course. The previous best round of 65 had been achieved several times.

Scotland's Andrew Coltard and Dean Robertson and England's Peter Baker shot 66s to share second place.

A group of eight were tied at 67, and Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke and South African Ernie Els shot 68s.

Bernhard Langer had a 69, and Miguel Angel Jimenez and defending champion Stephen Leaney opened with 71s.

England's Russell Claydon won a car with the first hole-in-one at the Dutch Open in 17 years, at the 12th hole. But two double-bogeys and two bogeys gave Claydon a 72.