Masters first round sees Rose, Wetterich on top as Tiger trails and Mickelson flounders
The first round of the 2007 Masters saw Augusta come out the winner, with only nine players breaking par and many favorites notched big scores, as Justin Rose and Brett Wetterich went into the clubhouse with the lead after shooting 3-under 69s.
Defending champion Phil Mickelson shot a 4-over 76 after starting his day horribly, while Tiger Woods is four shots off the lead after shooting a 73. David Howell, David Toms, Tim Clark, Vaughn Taylor, Rich Beem and J.J. Henry were the other players in the field to break par. Davis Love III finished at even par, while Vijay Singh was among a group along with woods finishing 1-over. …
Arnold Palmer re-instituted the ceremonial first shot of the Masters …
Head over to WorldGolf.com’s Pro Talk section all weekend to find out what the big names and leaders have been saying about their rounds at Augusta.
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