“DeChambeau Leads The Masters After Eventful First Day”

Bryson DeChambeau surged into the lead at The Masters, holding a one-shot advantage over Scottie Scheffler after a weather-interrupted opening day. As Rory McIlroy embarked on another bid for the career Grand Slam, the field faced a two-and-a-half-hour delay due to overnight rain and the looming threat of thunderstorms.

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DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open champion, showcased his prowess with an impressive seven-under 65 at Augusta National, highlighted by a stunning run of five birdies in just six holes. His electrifying performance set the clubhouse target, leaving the rest of the field in pursuit.

Scheffler emerged as DeChambeau’s closest challenger, carding a flawless six-under 66 to claim solo second place. Meanwhile, McIlroy, aiming for his first Masters title and the completion of a career Grand Slam, made a mixed start with a one-under 71.

In a weather-disrupted first round, defending champion Jon Rahm struggled to a 73, while Tiger Woods showed glimpses of his former brilliance with an opening-hole birdie. However, Woods faces a challenging day ahead, needing to complete 23 holes on Friday.

As the action unfolds at Augusta National, DeChambeau’s early surge sets the stage for an exciting weekend of golf, with the second round set to resume amid high anticipation and unpredictable conditions.

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