Dougherty shares lead with Boyd
Gary Boyd joins Nick Dougherty at the top for the Omega European Masters.
Dougherty continued to lead after five holes of his second round in Switzerland on Friday - but he was not on his own at the top any more.
After 21 successive missed cuts going back to last November the 29-year-old from Liverpool had started to the first qualifying event for next year's Ryder Cup with an eight under par 63.
That put him two clear of the star-studded field, but that was wiped out when fellow Englishman Gary Boyd eagled the par five first.
Dougherty had reached nine under with a birdie on the second, but his first bogey of the week followed immediately.
Irish Open winner Simon Dyson, meanwhile, was only one behind after birdies at the 10th and 12th, but world number two Lee Westwood fell five back with an opening bogey