In Führung liegt nach der ersten Runde Marcus Fraser mit 63 Schlägen (-8). „Bis jetzt wäre das wohl olympischer Rekord“, sagte der Australier lachend. Der zweite deutsche Starter Alex Cejka liegt mit 4 unter Par auf dem sensationell guten geteilten vielen Platz. Birdie-Birdie-Birdie Finish, 67 Schläge in Runde eins, drei abschließende Birdies und der geteilte vierte Rang mit Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spanien), Justin Rose (Great Britain), Thomas Pieters (Belgien) und Gregory Bourdy (Frankreich).

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Justin Rose (Great Britain) wins golf's Olympic return

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Justin Rose (Great Britain) wins golf's Olympic return

Rio 2016: First Olympic golf gold in 112 years goes to Great Britain and Justin Rose

Justin Rose outdueled Sweden's Henrik Stenson in a thrilling final round to give Great Britain golf's first Olympic gold in 112 years.

Justin Rose (C) of Great Britain celebrates with the gold medal, Henrik Stenson…

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Coming up roses Justin Rose of Great Britain tees off on the 12th hole during the third round of the men's golf event on Aug. 13. Rose was the leader after three rounds at 12-under par.

Coming up roses Justin Rose of Great Britain tees off on the 12th hole during the third round of the men's golf event on Aug. 13. Rose was the leader after three rounds at 12-under par.

Justin Rose of Great Britain celebrates winning the first men's Olympic golf…

View Justin Rose of Great Britain celebrates winning the first men's Olympic golf gold medal since Aug. pictures and other Rio Olympics Best Photos From Day 9 photos at ABC News

Aug. 14: Golf returned to the Olympics after a 112-year absence. Justin Rose of Great Britain sank the first hole-in-one in Olympic history in the first round, then closed with an easy birdie on the final hole to secure the gold medal.      -  One great photo from each day at the Rio Olympics

Golf returned to the Olympics after a absence. Justin Rose of Great Britain sank the first hole-in-one in Olympic history in the first round, then closed with an easy birdie on the final hole to secure the gold medal.

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