Play at the 2012 Masters began at 7:50 p.m ET on Thursday, and currently over half of the players in the field have teed off and are battling August National Golf Club. As of noon, Sweden's Henrik Stenson is pacing the field as he's 3-under par thru six holes. Stenson is one shot a head of Germany's Martin Kaymer who's at 2-under par tru 10 holes.
Tiger Woods is 1-under par through four holes, as he birdied Hole No. 3 after making an 8-foot putt. St. John's University alum and 2011 PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley is currently at even-par thru four holes. Bradley shook off a sloppy start, which featured a double-bogey on Hole No. 1, with birdies on two of his next three holes.
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