The 2012 Masters had multiple golfers tied atop the standings following Henrik Stenson's failure to shoot a nice score on the 18th and final hole of his Round 1. Stenson had made bogeys on Nos. 14 and 16 with a birdie at No. 15 before he met his match on the 18th. He needed eight strokes to complete the par-4 hole. As a result, Stenson finished the day at 1-under.
Lee Westwood, Paul Lawrie, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Francisco Molinari and Bubba Watson are currently tied for the lead at 3-under. Westwood had been at 4-under for a couple of holes before a bogey on the 10th.
Martin Laird finished at 4-over for the day while Craig Stadler is no longer tied for the worst score on Thursday -- he's now tied for second worst score at 9-over. Sandy Lyle moved to 13-over for the round.
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