Cabanillas sets the early pace
Laura Cabanillas moved into a commanding lead when play was suspended during the first round of the Pilsen Golf Masters in the Czech Republic.
The Spaniard was nine-under par after 15 holes when play was suspended for the day following thunderstorms with many of the field yet to begin their rounds.
The 32-year-old birdied the 10th, 12th, 14th and 16th after starting on the back nine before an eagle at 17 saw her reach the turn in 29.
Further birdies at the first, third and sixth followed before the players were taken off with Cabanillas holding a three-shot lead over Japan's Ai Miyazato who had finished her round.
Miyazato carded seven birdies and a bogey in her 65 and was pleased with the way she performed today.
"I'm very happy," she told the Ladies European Tour website. "I hit the ball well and my putting was good, getting better than last week, so I feel good with my game.
"This golf course has really tiny fairways, really narrow, so you have to make sure of every position. If you hit on the fairway then you can make birdie for sure.
"I was thinking about that all day and had a good focus and was very happy with my game."
Switzerland's Anais Maggetti, Englishwoman Florentyna Parker, German Ann-Kathrin Lindner and Italy's Diana Luna were all a further shot back after firing five-under par 66s.