Keegan Bradley opened his first Masters tournament with a double bogey, but bounced back to shoot even par during his first nine holes of competitive play at Augusta National.
Bradley notched a six on the opening par four, but recovered nicely while securing birdies on the par five second hole and the par three fourth. The St. John's alumni finished his front nine with six pars, two birdies, zero bogeys and the opening double bogey.
Henrik Stenson started his Masters on a tear, going five under through his first nine holes to lead midway through Thursday play. Notables include Tiger Woods, who birdied the third and eighth holes en route to going one under on his first eight holes, and Rory McIlroy, who does not tee off until 1:42 p.m. ET.
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