AUGUSTA, Ga. – Even before the Masters began, it was obvious Augusta National in April was nothing like it was in November.
Far less clear was which course Justin Rose was playing Thursday. Rose made seven birdies and an eagle during a torrid 10-hole stretch for a 7-under 65 and a four-shot lead, his lowest score at Augusta National in one of its toughest opening rounds.
It started with a nice hop off the mounds left of the green on the par-5 eighth that set up a 10-foot eagle. Only two of his birdie putts were outside 8 feet.Read more on clickorlando.com