Keegan Bradley recovered nicely from an opening double bogey to finish his first round at the Masters 1-under par and in a tie for 10th place, though others are still on the golf course.
Bradley had a six on the opening par four, but secured two birdies the rest of the front nine to claw his way back to even par by the turn. The St. John's alumni wasn't done climbing the leaderboard, as he netted consecutive birdies on the 12th and 13th holes to reach 2-under before bogeying the final hole.
Other notables include Tiger Woods, who entered the 18th hole at 1-under par, and Rory McIlroy, who double bogeyed the opening hole and is 1-over after six holes.
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