Jordan Spieth Leads Augusta National
Watch the birdie. After hitting birdies on five straight holes, Spieth finished in front on the first round of the Masters with a score of 66. Tony Finau was only two strokes behind despite spraining his ankle during a hole-in-one celebration on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Tiger Woods posted a 73 in his first major since 2015, keeping himself in the running. And last year’s winner, Sergio Garcia, hit five balls into the water for the worst score at the 15th hole in Masters’ history. The tournament continues through April 8.