Masters Leaderboard Update: Lee Westwood In 1st Place At -5 After 1st Round

With the first round of the 2012 Masters in the books, Lee Westwood finds himself alone at the top of the leaderboard at -5. Louis Oosthuizen and Peter Hanson are tied for second place at four-under, and there are six golfers right behind them at three-under, including Miguel Angel Jimenez and Bubba Watson.

Related: VIDEO: Bubba Watson Hits Poor Tee Shot, Isn't Even Mad

Tiger Woods finished the day at even par after bogeying the final two holes, and Phil Mickelson is three over. Rory McIlroy finished strong at sits at one under par.

Illinois native Steve Stricker is also one shot under part after the opening round, while Northwestern grad Luke Donald is three over par.

For more updates and information on the 2012 Masters Tournament, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago and SB Nation's golf hub. For plenty of in-depth coverage of the proceedings, head over to SB Nation golf blog Waggle Room.

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