Jordan Spieth Leads early at the 2016 Masters

Jordan Spieth was on a roll Thursday as he carded a bogey free, 6 under 66 in his quest to defend the Masters and secure his second green jacket. Spieth got off to a solid start with pars at the first and second holes, but started to get things rolling with the flatstick as he birdied the 3rd, 6th and 8th holes for a 33 on the front side. He would back that up with another 33 on the back to take a commanding three shot lead.

Check out some early highlights from round 1:

Photo: Rob Schumacher, USA Today Sports

Written by BP Staff

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