Taiwanese veteran Lu Wen-teh eclipsed major champions Michael Campbell of New Zealand and South African Retief Goosen with a stunning nine-under-par 63 for the first-round lead in the Volkswagen Masters-China yesterday in Sanya, Hainan. Lu, 43, fired a blistering 10 birdies at Yalong Bay Golf Club to lead by one stroke from title holder Goosen and Campbell, who returned matching 64s in the US$300,000 Asian Tour event. England's Yasin Ali, tied sixth in the Taiwan Open last week, extended his rich vein of form with a 66 while Scott Strange of Australia, Malaysia's Danny Chia and China's Huang Mingjie were a further shot back. 'I really like this course, it's windy here which is similar to conditions back home,' said Lu, a two-time winner on the Asian Tour. 'I really want to play well this week.'