Kevin Streelman and Thomas Bjorn both shot rounds of 5-under-par 66 Thursday to share the lead after the first day of the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf. Thomas Bjorn / Getty Images Thomas thinks the Royal Melbourne Golf Club is one of the best, despite a poor start to his day, four-putting the fourth hole; "I thought, well, this could be a long day, but I just kind of kept my composure and made some good birdies and kept playing solid. It is, in my eyes, probably the finest golf course you can ever play." Kevin Streelman / Getty Images Kevin, playing in Aussie for the first time and said he putted well; "I made some good birdie putts today and some par saves as well, so pretty happy." Matt Kuchar said he wasn't disappointed with his score of even par, he bogeyed 18 again, the hole he double-bogeyed at the Australian Masters on Sunday to give Adam Scott as two-stroke win; "The back side today, certainly 16, 18, are really tough holes. I was not able to finish those off as well as I would like to have today, but even par is not a bad score."