Round 1 at 2012 Masters

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Tiger Woods bogeyed the last two holes to finish at even par.
2 of 19 Robert Beck/SI
Woods snap-hooked his drives off the first and second tees, but he was able to save par both times.
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Woods had to take two unplayable lies during his opening round.
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"I just hung in there and grinded my way around the golf course and stayed very patient, stayed in the moment," Woods said.
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After opening with a double bogey, Rory McIlroy birdied Nos. 17 and 18 to shoot a 71.
6 of 19 Fred Vuich/SI
Phil Mickelson had a rollercoaster round, but he birdied 18 for a two-over 74.
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Lee Westwood leads Louis Oosthuizen by one stroke after a five-under 67.
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Still in search of his first major, world No. 1 Luke Donald shot a three-over 75.
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Henrik Stenson was in the lead for most of the day until he made a quadruple bogey on 18. He finished with a 71.
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Bubba Watson made five birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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Miguel Angel Jimenez made four birdies and a bogey for a 69.
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Hunter Mahan made three early birdies, but he soon dropped back to even par after three bogeys.
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Paul Lawrie eagled both par 5s on the back nine on his way to a three-under 69.
14 of 19 Al Tielemans/SI
Rickie Fowler bogeyed two of the last four holes for a 74.
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Jason Day, who tied for second last year, opened with a four-over 76.
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Martin Kaymer made five birdies and five bogeys for a 72.
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Adam Scott made five bogeys and an eagle on the front nine, and then nine pars on the back for a three-over 75.
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Gary Player joined Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus this year for the ceremonial first tee shot.
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Palmer gave Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne a high-five after striping his tee shot down the fairway.