It's been a day of mixed fortunes for the Irish
Paul Dunne leads the Irish challenge at the 2016 Made in Denmark tournament.
Dunne carded an opening round 68 today to sit on 3-under par, six shots off the joint leaders.
Gary Hurley finished the day on 2-under, but Shane Lowry, who is hoping to impress Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke this week, shot a 4-over par 75 for his opening round.
Lowry is in a tie for 131st after carding five bogeys for the day.
Tom Lewis, Joakim Lagergren and Thomas Pieters lead the way on 9-under, one clear of Bradley Dredge.