Home favourite Thomas Bjorn cards 66 to share lead in Denmark

Thomas Bjorn in action during day 1 of the World Cup of Golf on November 21, 2013
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Thomas Bjorn revels on home soil and shoots an opening-round 66 to share the clubhouse lead in the inaugural Made in Denmark tournament.

Home favourite Thomas Bjorn finished round one of the Made in Denmark championship as co-leader on five-under-par.

Bjorn shot an opening-day 66 in his homeland to share the lead with Chilean Felipe Aguilar and Bradley Dredge of Wales heading into Friday.

The trio are followed by another Dane in Thorbjorn Olesen, who sits three shots behind after carding a 69 in the inaugural tournament in Aalborg.

There are no fewer than six players sitting on one-under-par, with Ireland's Peter Lawrie and Englishman Andrew Marshall among them.

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