Sergio Garcia has continued his resurgence in the first round of the Volvo China Open.
The Spaniard, who was ranked second in the world two years ago, has fallen down the rankings to 73rd place after a run of poor form and results.
Garcia has started the Volvo China Open in sparkling form with a six-under-par 66 in the first round.
Wearing a blue Adidas golf shirt and matching Adidas golf trousers, Garcia was accompanied on the round by his brother Victor who is caddying for him in China.
"Both my caddies Glenn and Gary are away - Glenn is getting married and Gary is best man. So I've bought my third best caddy - my brother!" he explained.
The Spaniard will tee off in the second round two shots behind surprise leader Han Chang-won.
The 19-year-old former Asian Amateur champion shot a 64 but said he missed some easy shots which would have made his round even better.