The 2013 Masters is under way. There is an Englishman in the Club House with the lead at 4  under par. How proud would Nick Faldo be, if David Lynn would somehow find a way to hold onto the lead and put on that green jacket come Sunday evening.

You can’t win at Augusta, on the first day. You can certainly make it a little easier on yourself going into the weekend, if you can play well in the first two rounds however. Today Lynn did just that. He played a great opening round and found himself at 5 under par before making a bogey at the 17th.

Lynn, started off his first round making birdie on hole number one. He followed that up with, 6 consecutive pars before making another birdie on the par five 8th. He would then make another birdie on the difficult 9th green, to make the turn with a neat little 3 under par front nine.

Lynn found out just how difficult number 10 at Augusta can  play, he made his first bogey there. It didn’t seem to bother the young Englishman, he made back to back birdies on 11 &12. He would par 13 & 14 and find another birdie on the par 5 15th. He was having the opening round of his life.

Lynn made a par on the tricky little par 3 16th and then he made his last bogey of the round on the 17th green. He would go onto par the 18th to find himself the leader in the club house at 4 under par. He played a very solid first round at the Masters.



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