The first round of any golf tournament, but particularly the Masters, is intriguing because it is generally where lesser known stars get their chance to shine. Without the pressure of actually having to compete for the win and without the burden of expectations, guys that nobody really expects to come out with a victory tend to do surprisingly well.
That being said, predicting who the next unheralded superstar to make an impact in the first round of the Masters will be is a tough feat. That’s why the favorites to emerge with the lead come the end of the first round of the 2012 Masters happen to be guys who everyone is well aware of. Continue reading