Low scores and excitement have been synonymous with the Masters for years, but only 15 players have shot 64 or better in competition. Nick Price and Greg Norman share the Augusta National course record of 9-under 63.
MASTERS PATRONS must leave their phones behind, but that doesn't stop some from wearing technology on their wrists.
California couple Jerry and Carrie Fudenna both sported Fitbits that tracked their activity on the golf course.
Davis Love III couldn't believe what he was seeing on a putt from the back of the green at Augusta National Golf Club's 14th hole during Thursday's first round.
His putt caught the top of the bank perfectly, and the ball started rolling to the hole.
Tom Watson, who opened with 2-over-par 74 in his final Masters, was paying tribute to his late caddie Bruce Edwards, who died the morning of the first round of the 2004 Masters from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
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