The Masters golf tournament is about four-hours old and already the beautiful weather is helping players post some solid-red numbers. Currently, the Masters leaderboard has South Africa's Retief Goosen at 5-under par and leading the tournament. England's Ross Fisher is at 4-under par and is in second place.
Goosen made an eagle 2 on the par-4 first hole, then birded Holes No. 3, 4 and 8. Goosen is on pace to shoot a 31 on the par-35 front-nine. Fisher has made a total of six birdies and has just two holes remaining. Ireland's golden boy Rory McIlroy sits in third place with Japan's Hiroyuki Fujita at 3-under par through nines holes.
Tiger Woods, who teed of at around 10:41 a.m. has made pars on his first four holes. Phil Mickelson's tee time is at 1:48. SB Nation New York's projected winner, England's Lee Westwood is 1-under par through six holes.
Masters.com has full coverage of Amen Corner and Holes No. 15 and 16, but but if you don't have access to the Internet you'll just need to wait until ESPN's TV coverage, which begins at 3 p.m. and concludes at 7:30 p.m. (Click here for complete rundown of the Masters 2011 TV schedule.)
For more information on the Masters Golf Tournament 2011 check out SB Nation's golf blog Waggle Room; or SB Nation Atlanta's Masters Storystream; and SB Nation's pro golf hub.