Haas opened the 2014 Masters with a round of 68 four under par, that included only two bogeys and six birdies at Augusta National. Haas, the son of longtime PGA Tour player Jay Haas sits on top a major leader board for the first time in his young career. Haas opened his round with a bogey and then play with confidence the rest of the warm and sunny day in Georgia.
Adam Scott and Bubba Watson, two former winners of the Masters, fired opening rounds of 69 on Thursday, and are just one shot back tied with 2010 British Open champ Louis Oosthuizen. Seven golfers shot a 70, and are tied at two under par, just two back that include; Kevin Stadler, Gary Woodland, K.J. Choi, Brandt Snedeker, Jimmy Walker, Jonas Blixt, and Marc Leishman.
Eight more are at one under par which include; Rory McIlroy, Fred Couples and “young guns” Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth.
Three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson struggled to a 74, two over par. “Survial Friday” should be an interesting day because some guys need to have a fantastic day just to make it to the weekend. Stay right here on Bunkers Paradise for all you your Masters coverage as we got it covered from top to bottom.