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The 2013 Masters

By Erik Matuszewski and Tom Hall - 2013-04-12T08:15:21Z

Photograph by Andrew Redington/Getty Images

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Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia, pictured, and Marc Leishman share the lead at 6-under par after the first round of golf’s Masters Tournament, where Tiger Woods is four shots back and 14-year-old Tianlang Guan finished with a better score than defending champion Bubba Watson.

Garcia matched his best score in 15 Masters appearances, with six birdies and his first bogey-free round at Augusta National Golf Club in 11 years. The 33-year-old Spaniard birdied five of his first 10 holes yesterday, while Leishman, a 29-year-old Australian in his second Masters, moved to the top of the leaderboard at the season’s first major championship by making four birdies in a row from holes 13 to 16.

Dustin Johnson is third at 5 under par, one shot better than a trio of fellow Americans: Matt Kuchar, 53-year-old Fred Couples and 24-year-old Rickie Fowler.