Tom Watson, who is 60, bogeyed the first hole, birdied the second, bogeyed the third and birdied the fourth. Augusta National Golf Club is as hilly as a course as I've walked. Watson could wear down late, but the longer he stays in contention, the more interesting the Masters becomes.
Fred Couples, who is 50, birdied No. 1 but bogeyed No. 9 and No. 15.
Lee Westwood, a youth who won't turn 37 until the end of the month, is eight under par and leads by two strokes.
Tiger Woods, who is four strokes back, is even through 10 holes.