AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The first round of the 76th Masters is in the books, with Lee Westwood shooting a 67 and taking a one-shot lead on Louis Oosthuizen and Peter Hanson.
Six more players were two shots back after shooting 3-under 69: Paul Lawrie, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Francesco Molinari, Ben Crane, Jason Dufner, and Bubba Watson.
Keegan Bradley doubled the first, bogeyed the 18th, and shot 71. Tiger Woods bogeyed his last two holes to shoot 72. Phil Mickelson birdied the 18th to shoot 74, which was marred by a triple bogey at the 10th.
A triple bogey on No. 10 derailed Rory McIlroy's chances at winning last year. He made par there today, and birdied his last two holes to also shoot 71.
Noon: Henrik Stenson is 6-under-par through 10 holes -- thanks to two eagles -- and has built a three-stroke lead in the first round of the Masters.
Stenson has missed the cut in his last two appearances at Augusta National, and got off to rough starts both times: 83 last year, and 80 in 2010. No bad start this time. Stenson eagled both par-5s on the front nine, Nos. 2 and 8, and added birdies on the fifth and 10th.
Paul Lawrie had a 69, despite making a bogey on No. 18. Ross Fisher (through 17 holes) and Scott Verplank (seven) are both 2-under.
Tiger Woods is on the ninth hole, and is 1-under. He overcame hooked drives on the first two holes, saving par both times, and has birdies at the third and eighth.
Keegan Bradley fought off a first-hole double bogey and is even-par through 10 holes. He birdied No. 2, then holed a bunker shot for a birdie on the par-3 fourth.
10:45 a.m.: The first round of the Masters has begun on a gorgeous morning, although the threat of an afternoon storm and more rain is ever-present.
Four players are currently tied for the early lead at 1-under: Martin Kaymer (who has played seven holes), Padraig Harrington and Stewart Cink (six; they're paired together), and Aaron Baddeley (five).
Tiger Woods just hit his opening tee shot well left of the first fairway, a ghastly pull-hook that would have gone through the ninth fairway had it not ping-ponged off multiple trees. Not a good drive; we'll see if it's an omen or aberration.
Keegan Bradley, playing in the group ahead of Woods, double bogeyed No. 1 despite a drive that split the fairway. Not sure how he made 6; the pin is cut back left.