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John Rollins went bogey-bogey-bogey-bogey-bogey-bogey to open his first round at The Masters. Quick note to those who don’t follow the game of golf: this is not good. Rollins sits eight shots back of the lead, but more importantly, he needs to make a par so that they will allow him to walk on the second nine of the golf course.
It’s 3:00 and we’re still waiting for Tiger Woods to crank it up. Tiger claims that he likes the morning tee times, but hasn’t done anything but score pars in his first round. Woods sits two shots back of the co-leaders on the 11th hole. Don’t be shocked to see him in the lead shortly.
Phil Mickelson, who loves the Augusta, Georgia area, opened his round with a birdie. A winner in 2004 & 2006, Mickelson hopes to put a third green jacket in his closet with a win in 2008.
Quick patting of the back: Justin Rose is 2-under and is tied for the lead.