The strongest round of the day at the Masters so far has been turned in by Australian Adam Scott, who is 5-under on the day through 13 holes. He’s moved 17 places up the leaderboard to third behind his fellow countrymen Jason Day, who has overtaken Rory McIlroy for the lead through five holes.
Tiger Woods has faced some hard luck early narrowly missing birdie putts on five & six. His putt on five was especially painful as it literally teetered on the lip of the of cup, but just wouldn’t drop in. Tiger was visibly upset, dropping his club and staring at the sky with hands on his hips. Woods is +1 through six on the day and has dropped to 8th.
Rory McIlroy also narrowly missed a putt on five as he dropped back to even on the day and surrendered the lead to Jason Day. McIlroy sits at 10-under.
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